Smoke Offering Powder
Bu Nima Lama's Smoke Offering Powder.
Ingredients from GBI, Lapchi, Serta, Gargon & Taiwan.
Potala Incense Sticks
Fragrant practice & meditation support.Another Sangha favorite.
Red Crystal Incense
Often used in our main Temple & a Sangha favorite!
Red Crystal Incense made by monks in Drikung Charitable Society. Red Crystal is a traditional Tibetan incense use as a scent offering in the morning and evening and for healing as well as cleansing the house of negative energy.
Red Crystal Incense is carefully compounded from 23 different herbal ingredients brought from there native environments from the high Himalayan mountain range Kulu, Manali, Sikkim, Tibet to the jungles and plains of India.
This is a genuine Red Crystal incense with special hologram on the package to confirm its authenticity.
GBI Juniper Incense blessed by H.E. Garchen Rinpoche
What a blessing! At H.E. Garchen Rinpoche's request, we have harvested juniper from the grounds of the Garchen Buddhist Institute to share with all of you. It has been mindfully harvested, infused with mantra, & blessed by Rinpoche. We hope you will enjoy having a bit of GBI to enhance your practice. The smell is truly amazing! The tin holds approximately 2 oz by weight.
Lapchi NeSang Incense
This Lapchi powder incense is made of 100% natural herbs. This powder incense is is excellent for purifying one's environment or for offering the deities.
According to the Buddha's teaching, the Lapchi snow mountain range is the sacred teaching of Chakrasamvara. Not only because Lapchi was blessed by Chakrasamvara but also because this was Jetsun Milarepa's long-term retreat. In addition, Lapchi was blessed by many masters such as Saraha, Shatha Rakita, Yuthok Yonten Gonpo and the eminent students of the famous ancestor Lord Jigten Sumgon. Lapchi has an altitude of over 4600 m above sea level, due to special geographical conditions, Lapchi is always surrounded by fresh air all year round and abundant natural resources including many wild herbs.
Ingredients: rhododendron, juniper, pamo and other aromatic plants.