Light a Satya Sai Baba Fortune Nag Champa incense stick and let your home become brighter and energised. Nag Champa incense is available in many forms although Nag Champa incense sticks remain the most popular way to enjoy this world famous fragrance.
Nag Champa is generally recognised as the best of all masala incenses. Nag Champa is an Indian fragrance which can be found in many products from incense sticks and incense cones, essential oils, soaps and similar products. Traditionally it is used in Ashrams which can includes places where yoga is performed, religious ceremonies and musical studies.
These incense sticks are hand rolled in India using pure extracts and the finest scented oils. Let this Dillweed and Elemi aroma fill your home and create a wonderful atmosphere.
Using incense sticks is easy, just light the end, wait for it to glow and blow out the flame. Then place it into an incense holder and enjoy the wonderful fragrance that is produced.
Do not leave burning candles unattended.
Burn out of reach of children and pets.
Place holders on a surface that will not be damaged by heat.
Do not burn on a television or other warm place.
Tealights are suitable for lanterns or for holders which have holes in them as the tealight case will hold the wax as it melts.
Nighlights are suitable for lighting uses.
Do not use in food warmers or vaporisers.
Do not use in oil burners or lanterns where there is less than 8cm / 3 inches of space above the flame.
Always read and follow manufacturer's instructions supplied with candles and candle holders.