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Goloka Organic FRANGIPANI Incense Sticks Relaxation Fragrance Odours Bulk Buy 15g x 6


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Goloka Organika Seriesfrom the Maker of Goloka NagChampa
100% NATURAL Masala Incense

  • Scent: Organika Frangipani
  • Burn Time: Approx. 30 Minutes
  • Sticks Size: 8″ Long
  • Packaging: 15gm x 6pks = 90gms per box
  • approx. 12 to 14 sticks in each individual pack (72 – 84 sticks per box)
  • Case Quantity: 48 boxes in a master case
  • Hand-rolled in India
  • No child labor used
  • No Animal by-products
  • Environment friendly
  • Recyclable paper used
  • Non Toxic

Goloka ORGANIKA FRANGIPANI Natural Masala Incense Sticks 
Frangipani also known as ‘Plumeria’, These incense have been formulated with the fragrance of the Ailanthus Malabarica tree, the flower of which is also called ‘Nag Champa’ or Nagalinga Pushpa, these incense have been recognized across the world of their ability to attract and hold. The Vedic Sages knew the benefits and cited spiritual and mood enhancement by using these fragrance. Frangipani also promotes calmness.

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