Incense sticks can be found in households all over the world and have been used by humanity for over 10,000 years. Traditionally they were used during ceremonies but are now a common household item and are often used in meditation, yoga and as a relaxant. We stock high quality incense from around the world and sell majority of our incense sticks in bulk packs so you save money!
We stock and sell a huge range of incense and related incense products however if you've got your home set up purely for incense sticks or are just a 'incense stick' burner you've landed on the right page.
Our incense sticks are always high quality and we only stock and source our incense from reputable manufacturers from around the world. We take time and pride in our incense sticks and always stand behind the incense we sell. We import and burn samples of the incense before we stock it to ensure our customers receive a quality incense. Furthermore, we also sell most of our sticks in larger bundles so we can offer the best prices to our customers. It also ensures your incense stash doesn't run out overnight and allows you enough time to order more before you run out.
We stock both machine rolled incense sticks as well as hand rolled incense sticks. Usually larger companies have the resources and finances to buy large machines which roll each incense stick for them. This is usually when the company is established and normally always ensures the incense is a good quality and has a following from around the world. However, with this being said, this doesn't mean handmade and hand rolled incense sticks are bad.
Since we're hippies we are all about natural products and love and appreciate the time, love and effort put into hand rolled incense sticks. They're a little bit more natural and environmentally friendly and from our experience some of the hand rolled incense exceeds the machine rolled. They have that extra ingredient.. we think it's love..
Why they're more natural? A perfect example is our Tibetan incense sticks. The family that makes them have to find the ingredients themselves rather than just buying them in bulk. They actually go into the mountains to find different plants which they then dry and from there hand roll each incense stick individually. Sometimes up to 40 different plants are used to make the fragrances and this in turn ensures the incense is completely natural and organic!