Exotic Nag Champa Fragrance
If you love incense, Nag Champa fragrance is the one you are probably seeking. Incense and variations of Nag Champa have been around for thousands of years. Incense was used for pleasure and offerings to gods even before the Egyptians. Nag Champa as it exists today originally came to us from Hindu or Buddhist monasteries of India and Nepal. Each temple had their own secret and sacred formula.
A Complex and Exotic Scent
The scent of sandalwood is always predominate in Nag Champa. Sandalwood Champaka, the scent of magnolia, or plumeria is always subtly present as is other resins and scents like patchouli, myrrh and amber.
Sandalwood is one of the most expensive woods in the world, the scent of it being one of the most sought after for centuries. Therefore it is an endangered tree and even if it was affordable, it wouldn’t be good to purchase it at this time. That is why the nag Champa I make and almost all people sell is a fragrance oil and not an essential oil. Of course, the Sandalwood I purchase is Phthalate free.
I have tested a lot of Champaka and Nag Champa fragrance. I have created my own using a phthalate free base fragrance. My Nag Champa fragrance contains at least 50% pure essential oils including Turmeric, Patchouli, Frankincense, Amyris (West Indian Sandalwood) and just a touch of Birch Tar. This has created a scent that is earthy, grounding and emotionally healing. It works for both men and women.
Turmeric and Birch Tar adds a unique complexity to my Nag Champa. Turmeric Essential Oil is a warm and earthy smell that energizes and strengthens the body and mind.
Birch Tar adds just the slightest amount of smokiness to suggest the scent of burning incense.