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Ume Incense Sticks at Studioimooi

by Sophie Cullen on Apr 1, 2016 in Products
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In April, Studioimooi will present Ume Incense created by Emma Leafe

Inspired by journeys to sacred places across the globe, Ume Incense is made purely from aromatic plant components bound together by water. They are free from bamboo core, charcoal, essential oils and synthetic ingredients, making them a true artisanal product..

The Classic Collection comes in three varities: Mogao, Paomashan and Ajanta. Mogao is a vibrant blend of plant components and bursts with the energy of earthy angelica root and Korean mint with Sweet, refreshing and enlivening, Mogao resonates in inspirational harmony.

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Paomashan pure incense sticks are a calming blend of herbs, aromatic barks, spices, seeds and saps. Ginger and deeply soothing clove form the dry tingling base notes. Paomashan has an intense
heart note of enchanting lavandula and a daze of chocolate and blackberry making it unique and calming at the same time.

Ajanta incense sticks are a blend of sonorous spices, herbs and aromatic barks. Base notes of spicy clove and cinnamon and a touch of warming camphor, tangy lemongrass and liquorice further unfold the alluring plant perfume, evoking and tantalising the senses.

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A Precious Ingredients range is also available and features Labrang and Ta'er. The main ingredients for Labrang are frankincense, myrrh and holy basil. It has a spicy oriental scent with deep dry base notes delicately coated in bittersweet myrrh.

Ta'er high grade sandalwood incense sticks are soothing. The sandalwood ingredient, notable for its use in ceremonies and meditation practices, adds an uplifting feeling to the product.

Ume incense can be used to create a fragrant space for meditation and relaxation, as well as energy arts such as yoga, tai chi and qi qong; also for space clearing and to purify the air in the home, office or when travelling.

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