When you picture incense, it could bring to mind priests, with incense burning and worshippers in far off places. Now, it’s also used in thousands of households worldwide for creating a wonderful atmosphere or purely for quiet contemplation and enjoyment.
There are millions of incense lovers the world over, but after reading a number of news articles lately, I’m reminded of the importance of burning incense safely. Using a purpose made incense burner or holder is really the only the safe way of burning most incense sticks safely.
Nag Champa is a quality Indian incense that is very popular around the world. The fragrance it produces is subtle, complex, yet unmistakable as it is made from the flowers and plant material of the champa flower. It is also primarily a sandalwood based incense and as such blends sweet floral aromas with stronger musk fragrant notes.
Deciding on what might be the best incense sticks aromas is often a matter of personal preference. What one person might consider a beautiful delicate fragrance; another could easily dislike the very same aroma. What can make matters even more complicated is the overwhelming choice of incense sticks available online from the UK and worldwide. However, because of the increasing popularity of online incense reviews, it is now easier to find good quality incense.