Patchouli Incense Sticks & Cones
Patchouli Incense sticks, cones, and charcoal cones. Drenched in perfume-grade oils. Made to order and very fresh! Premium Dreaming Gates™ brand.
“Earthy and rich, with sweet notes and a very slight spice. Just a bit pungent.”
– The Manufacturer
Inhabitants of India and the Philippines have used patchouli for centuries to cleanse their homes and temples of negativity, and to bring a sense of calm. Here is a list of uses for which patchouli is known:
- Grounding: Patchouli is famous its grounding and earthy properties. Many swear by its ability to promote stability and balance. To achieve this, simply burn the incense and focus on your desires.
- Purification: To this day, some Asian temples burn this incense in order to bring spiritual purification and deeper meditation to those within. They also use it for ritual and space-clearing ceremonies, in order to cleanse and harmonize the environment.
- Attraction of Wealth: Some people use this incense to manifest abundance. They believe it to promote prosperity and good luck.
- Heightened Sensuality: This incense is said to stimulate the senses and to heighten sexual energy, thus making it useful for love spells and rituals.
- Calmness: Patchouli’s warm, musky aroma is said to promote peace and relaxation. This makes it useful for stress-relief and meditation practices.
- Protection: In some cultures, this incense is used as a protective talisman, to ward off negative energies and evil spirits.
In conclusion, patchouli incense has many uses. Its common use in metaphysical practices for grounding and protection, peace and purification, make it an excellent choice for your personal space for public temple.
Patchouli incense is derived from the leaves of the patchouli plant (Pogostemon cablin). This is a tropical plant native to Asia, notably Indonesia and the Philippines. The patchouli plant is a member of the mint family known for its distinctive, earthy aroma.
The use of patchouli as an incense dates back to ancient times. It was famous for its fragrant properties, used in various religious and spiritual ceremonies. In modern times, patchouli incense is widely used for its pleasant aroma. It is often associated with spiritual practices, aromatherapy, and meditation.
Preparation: The leaves of the patchouli plant are harvested and dried, and the essential oil is extracted through steam distillation. The oil is then used to make various types of incense, such as sticks, cones, and powders.
Patchouli incense is well-known for its strong, musky scent, which can be at once grounding and uplifting. It is often used to create a peaceful and calming atmosphere.