Superior Handmade Triloka Incense brings Natural Peace to Your Home
Natural materials make the most soothing, refreshing aromas, which is why Triloka Incense makes its stick and cone incense with premium botanical ingredients. Using a centuries old technique with ties to Ayurvedic medicine known as masala, each incense stick begins with a thin piece of bamboo. Natural botanical oils, gums and resins, herbs, and powdered wood are made into a paste and rolled onto slim bamboo stick. This method, time-tested and proven, makes Triloka Incense able to hold its beautiful scents for years before use.
Triloka Incense Refreshes & Renews Emotionally & Spiritually
Never making their incense by dipping the sticks in perfume like cheap conventional competitors, Triloka Incense chooses aromatherapy grade ingredients. Many of the herbs they select have Ayurvedic or yogic connections, and may be anything from flower extracts to dried aromatic grasses. In fact, they make a special line of Chakra incense sticks that align with the energies of the seven principle Chakras of vedic tradition. Feng shui is another tradition with a link to positive energies and aromatic incense. Accordingly, Triloka also makes a range of pure, high quality incense sticks to match the Nine Fragrances.
Genuine Indigenous Cottage Industry Incense is the Foundation of Triloka
Triloka Incense is incense straight from the source – not a western imitation, it is made in India and exported to the world. The business is based on a cottage industry that has been making incense sticks using the masala technique without interruption for more than 150 years. Triloka obtains these genuine, top quality Indian incense products while maintaining scrupulously ethical fair trade standards. They also seek out other indigenous incense products from around the world, such as Native American smudges and shamanic Palo Santo wood incense from Ecuador.