Nado Poizokhang sang special cleansing powder incense is a high-quality, finely grounded high altitude plant leaves powder. Sang offering is a practice of offering fragrant incense smoke. The incense is made with the greatest care and in strict accordance with the ancient traditional method.
This blend is a fusion of flowers, bark, wood, leaves, fruit, and roots. Many of the ingredients are only grown at high altitudes in the Himalayas. They are collected by yak herders as they move their herds up and down the mountains searching for summer and winter pastures.
Nado Poizokhang is the oldest and the largest hand-made incense manufacturer in Bhutan and carries a well-earned reputation for producing Incense of the very highest quality with no chemical additives, no artificial colors, and no artificial scents. “Nado” products are famous for the purity of ingredients used and the careful preparation process. It is one of the oldest and the largest hand-made incense manufacturers in Bhutan.
How to use it:
Incense powder can be burned on a charcoal disk in a heat-safe dish. Place at least 2 inches of sand and/or ash at the bottom of your heat safe dish. Add the ignited charcoal tablet directly in the middle of your sand and wait at least five minutes for it to bur before placing any incense on top of it.
160 grams net content per bag
The sang comes sealed in a decorative drawstring bag.
Cardamom, cinnamon, nutmeg, saffron, sandalwood, clove, safflower, gooseberries & leaves of medicinal plants & shrubs from the Himalayan mountains of Bhutan.
About the producer:
Nado Poizokhang is the oldest and the largest hand-made incense sticks manufacturer in Bhutan. It was a government-owned unit until the early 1990s. When the Royal Government started privatizing organizations, the unit started to commercialize its products. This family business is now providing employment for 15 poor, uneducated, and underprivileged people. They work closely with the Community Based Sustainable Management of Medicinal Plants Project that educates collectors in the sustainable collection and cultivation of the natural products that they use.