Incense sticks 

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Lavender Incense sticks

Our incense sticks will make you have a great time.

$17
Encens en cône Lotus

Our incense sticks will give you a great time.

$17
Incense sticks Cone Lemongrass

Our incense sticks will make you have a great time.

$17
Encens en cône Rose

We offer you an olfactory journey full of surprises.

$17
Incense Cones Jasmine

Come and discover our new handmade incense from Thailand.

$17
Batôns Encens Opium et Nafa

Incense Incense sticks unique and beautifully handmade sticks unique and beautifully handmade.

$10
Incense Sticks Luban Hojari Out
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Incense sticks made with Hojari oliban resin from Oman.

$16
Bâtons d'encens Oud et Jasmin Out
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Incense sticks unique and beautifully handmade.

$10
Batôns Encens Rose Rouge

Incense sticks unique and beautifully handmade.

$10
Incense Sticks Rose and Amber Out
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Incense sticks unique and beautifully handmade.

$10
Batôns Encens Oud et Rose Ottoman

Incense sticks unique and beautifully handmade.

$10
Majmua incense stick

Our incense sticks are 100% natural, handmade and made from Sandal

$10
Incense Sticks Sufi Musk and Oud

Our incense sticks are handmade using ingredients sorted on the shutter ...

$10
Ylang Ylang Incense sticks

Our incense sticks will make you have a great time.

$17
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Incense sticks

Incense sticks

Oud and Musk offers a range of natural incense sticks, molded in an 
artisanal way , to meet your requirements.

Incense sticks: back to nature  

The sense of smell is sensitive to all the aromas that are found in the environment. From the smell of 
your skin to the aroma of flowers, food or anything around you. 
Thus, all these scents connect and cause you to feel, consciously or 
unconsciously, all kinds of emotions. 
According to some experts, this is the main quality of incense sticks: to connect you to 
various sensations through scents. This is why this connection can be used 
therapeutically or religiously. 
Human beings have always had a strong connection with incense, for years. In fact, in 
ancient times, incense sticks were consumed in different ceremonies or 
religious rituals .

A priori, they were intended to clean, heal and eliminate the negative energies present in 
the environment. 

About 15% of the air we inhale goes to our nose. Therefore, the olfactory receptors 
transport odors directly to a part of the brain called the limbic system. 
This area of ​​the brain is related to instinct, emotions, memory, attention, among 
others. Therefore, the sensation of an aroma would stimulate the release of hormones which play 
a role in generating pleasure. 

Finally, essential oils and plant resins completely cover our 
scent sticks Like Oud Burma or Rose and Amber, they can be of 
animal or plant origin .

When they burn? Our natural incenses give off non-toxic fumes and express all 
the well-being they want you to feel.

How to use incense sticks?

First, light the end of the rod. Then, wait for the inflamed tip to turn 
red. Blow on the flame to spread the aroma.

Precautions  

It is recommended not to display incense for more than three hours in a room. After this 
period, the environment must be ventilated so that it does not charge up in smoke. 
Place the stick on hard-to-burn surfaces and keep out of reach of children.