Incense JaaJu Poe

Longevity rituals and good luck. Skin and nervous system diseases, Balancing the aquatic environment and climate. Room cleaning and support for spiritual practices.

10.00 

Availability: In stock

Description

Incense JaaJu Poe

Incense Jaaju Poe is used in Tibet for long-life rituals. Also, to calm, balance, reconcile nature and the environment. The recipe for this incense dates back more than 1000 years.

According to Tibetan and Bhutanese beliefs, this is an appropriate atonement for the water spirits, the Nagas (kLu), who are responsible for the flowering and fertility of the plants and for ensuring the balance of water and weather in nature. At the same time, the Nagas suffer greatly from pollution caused by human activities. When disturbed, they can provoke a variety of extreme weather conditions as well as certain types of diseases (skin disorders, joint problems, nervous and mental disorders, cancer, etc.). Well-being with Nagas is very important in the Orient and especially among the peoples of the Himalayas.

It is good to use the JaaJu Poe incense outdoors, wishing everyone harmony, peace of mind and good luck.

It is suitable for creating a supportive environment during yoga practice and meditation.

How to use:

Light an incense stick with a lighter or a long-burning long match. When the open flame has gone out and the incense is left glowing, place it on a heat-resistant incense or ash pad.

The incense stick can also be inserted upright into a pile of sand. Allow the incense to smoke on the base until it is burnt or extinguish the glowing end by suffocating it in the sand pad.

Attention! Observe fire safety precautions when burning incense.

Ingredients:

Black juniper (Juniperus Indica Bertol), Clove (Syzygium aromaticum (L) Merrill et Perry), Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum Nees), Black dammar (Canarium strictum Roxb), Muskroot (Nardostachys grandiflora DC). et al.

Pack: 30 incense sticks

Incense rod length: 20 cm

Manufacturer: Chimi Poe Jorkhang, Dechencholing, Thimphu, Bhutan.

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