Product description

Ullas Incense brings you the ultra-affordable incense from the finest hand crafters from Bangalore.

Copal incense was burned in Mesoamerica in ancient times and is still burned for special ceremonies and is often placed on or near Day of the Dead altars as another olfactory element to draw in the spirits. 

The word copal comes from the Náhuatl word “copalli” which means, “incense”. Copalli incense comes from the copal tree. It symbolizes the transformation from the physical, the tree, to the supernatural, the perfumed smoke. The rising smoke takes the prayers to the heavens and the gods. 

Mayans placed it in a clay incense burner as food for the Gods. In this ritual, the copal was offered to the four cardinal points and to the Sun to guarantee the protection of the people and gratitude for the crops.

  • Each box contains 15 grams (12 Incense Sticks approximately) and 8 inches long which last for approximately 60 minutes.
  • They also used it in various energy cleansing ceremonies, such as temazcales, and to make protective or purifying remedies and incense.
  • It is placed in the offerings of the Day of the Dead as a purifier of the environment, which allows the spirits of our loved ones to enter the homes without risk.
  • The scent of copal is believed to be therapeutic. Indigenous communities use the different types of copal to cure headaches; diseases caused by cold or humidity; stomach, toothache, and uterine pain, burns, fever, and breathing problems.

ULLAS ETHNIC VIBES PALOSANTO COPAL, Handcrafted Masala Sticks. (made for exports) Pack of 12 (15g.each)

per piece

₹399 ₹799 50% OFF

Product description

Ullas Incense brings you the ultra-affordable incense from the finest hand crafters from Bangalore.

Copal incense was burned in Mesoamerica in ancient times and is still burned for special ceremonies and is often placed on or near Day of the Dead altars as another olfactory element to draw in the spirits. 

The word copal comes from the Náhuatl word “copalli” which means, “incense”. Copalli incense comes from the copal tree. It symbolizes the transformation from the physical, the tree, to the supernatural, the perfumed smoke. The rising smoke takes the prayers to the heavens and the gods. 

Mayans placed it in a clay incense burner as food for the Gods. In this ritual, the copal was offered to the four cardinal points and to the Sun to guarantee the protection of the people and gratitude for the crops.

  • Each box contains 15 grams (12 Incense Sticks approximately) and 8 inches long which last for approximately 60 minutes.
  • They also used it in various energy cleansing ceremonies, such as temazcales, and to make protective or purifying remedies and incense.
  • It is placed in the offerings of the Day of the Dead as a purifier of the environment, which allows the spirits of our loved ones to enter the homes without risk.
  • The scent of copal is believed to be therapeutic. Indigenous communities use the different types of copal to cure headaches; diseases caused by cold or humidity; stomach, toothache, and uterine pain, burns, fever, and breathing problems.
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