Nepali Incense Ropes 10 Pack | Cedar, Spikenard or Sandalwood
Nepali Incense Ropes are made up of herbs found in the high Himalayan mountains and are a different way to burn incense to the traditional incense sticks or cones.
Incense ropes are made by hand in a process that involves bundling the ingredients in rice paper, then rolling and twisting it into this unique rope shape.
They can be burnt in a heat resistant bowl, either on their own or on a bed of ash or sand. Alternatively, you can purchase a specific incense burner where you can hang the rope on a metal hook.
Please choose between Cedar, Spikenard or Sandalwood from the drop-menu
Made from the best Himalayan Cedar extracted from the wood of cedar trees that are found in the Himalayan Regions of Nepal. The common Nepali name for this Himalayan Cedar is Dhup.
Made from a mixture of herbs such as white and red Sandalwood, Sungandhi Bal, Clove, Cardamom and Spikenard that is extracted from the plants of the high Himalayan mountains.
SANDALWOOD & SPICE ROPE
Made up of herbs that are obtained from White and Red Sandalwood, Saldup, Spikenard, Cinnamon and Cloves found in the high Himalayan mountains.
These ropes can produce a substantial amount of smoke and can quickly overpower a small room.
Each rope is approx. 10/13 cm long (can vary) and can burn for up to 15 minutes.
Pack size: 10 ropes
Approx length: 10/13 cm each
Fragrance: Please choose