Did you know that Ayurvedic medicine has a long tradition of using incense? Incense not only gives off a pleasant scent, it also has many other benefits from an Ayurveda perspective.
🟢 Used for cleansing and disinfection
The smoke and essential oils produced when burning are derived from natural materials such as herbs and tree bark. Ayurveda believes that this smoke helps remove negative energies and harmful microorganisms from the air and the environment. It can help us create a clean and healthy atmosphere in our homes and workplaces.
Ayurveda recognizes the healing effects of fragrances and aromatherapy. The fragrances released when incense is burned can affect the body and mind. In Ayurveda, various herbs and spices, such as sandalwood, myrrh and lavender, have special properties that can help maintain balance, reduce stress or calm energies. Using aromatic incense is therefore not only pleasant, but can also have a positive impact on our daily lives.
The use of incense has a long tradition in meditation and spiritual practices. According to Ayurveda, smoke helps to purify the mind and increase concentration. For meditation, a calm state of mind and body is important, and the use of aromatic incense can help achieve this deep meditative state. The pleasant smells and visual aspect of smoke can help to create the inner peace and calm that are essential elements of meditation practice.
☝️☝️☝️ It is important to note that Ayurvedic incense is made from natural materials and contains no toxic or harmful ingredients. When shopping, choose quality and natural incense that is safe and in line with the principles of Ayurveda.