Ume Incense Point Lobos (90 pcs)
$24.00

Ume Incense

Point Lobos

SKU: 43283

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Point Lobos 100% natural incense sticks are a fresh, green aroma of fragrant wild Cypress. Uplift your surroundings with this energizing natural home fragrance. Raw plant power.

Point Lobos natural incense sticks are a fresh, green aroma embodying an instinctual adventure set at a point where endless coastal roads and infinite ocean views meet. Fragrant wild Cypress trees cling to rugged rocks thriving on wind, salt-air and fog. This energetic aroma evokes timeless sun drenched days of pure exploration and wandering. The spicy evergreen scent of the forest instills a sense calm and purification. Point Lobos natural incense sticks are filled with a liberating fragrance that reconnects the spirit to the profound mystery of nature.

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- Contains 90 sticks
- This blend is a single scent of pure aromatic cypress - and nothing else.
- Sticks measure approx 3 7/8" / 10 cm long. - Each stick burns for approximately 18 minutes

Benefits:
- Free from a bamboo core, charcoal, essential oils, synthetic perfumes or ingredients.
- deep calm
- sacred
- meditative

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Directions

Light the very tip of stick only, wait for a few seconds before blowing out the flame. Place delicately in a holder and leave to gently smolder, filling your space with pure plant essence.

Ingredients + Benefits

100% aromatic plants, vegan, ethically sourced

Brand Info

UME was created by Emma Leafe throughout her own healing experiences and after several influential journeys: exploring temples, exquisite tea houses and sacred power places across the globe.

Drawn toward the sacred arts in each place - and being captivated by the raw scents which perfumed these explorations, she began to experience first-hand how fragrance was key in unlocking doors in the mind. From this Emma discovered the lost art of incense making and began to explore the deeper rituals and crafts that surround it.
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