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more than 650 kinds of Tibetan Incense.
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is an inseparable part of Tibetan culture.
Tibetan Incense usually refers to a common style of incense found in Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan.
Tibetan Incense is usually made from mixtures of different herbs, plants, flowers, leaves, grass, wood, bark, and even spices
and minerals in the strict accordance to ancient traditional recipes.
Tibetan Incense is made from all natural ingredients that grow or can be found in the highlands of Tibet and Himalaya.
As a rule, Tibetan Incense is made by rolling sticks from pasty compound, so there is no bamboo sticks inside as in Indian incense.
"Incense, which is the nature of morality, makes offerings to the nose of the enlightened beings.
The enlightened beings are not attached to smell, but to our purity. All people respect those who have kept moral ethics well.
It doesn't matter who they are, they get respect because they are trustworthy and dependable. That kind of person gives a good smell, good odor, and people are attracted to that.
Not only people, but the qualities of enlightened beings are also attracted by that morality.
It is their foundation and basis, like the ground which grows ... the "crops" of ... enlightened qualities."