Sang | Herbal Blends | Personal Incense

Smokeless Sang in an electric heater • Bulk Sang in the Thimphu market • Sang in a traditional bowl

Newly popular in the West, loose incense (sang) is a staple throughout Bhutan and Tibet. Some of these high-altitude rarieties are collected by highlanders who make a 3-day journey to  the Thimphu Market. Others are gathered by Monks and herders in a remote part of the Kingdom, near the place where Guru Rimpoche meditated.

Chenden Mensang Incense Powder | 250g | 100g
Dreep Sang | 225g | 100g
Druk Dragon Mountain Sang | 250g
Jigme Lang Tsho Sang | 50g
Jomolhari Mensang Incense Powder | 250g
Juniper and Rhododendron Sang (by Nado) | 150g | 50g
Juniper Powder Blonde | 100g
Juniper Powder Dark | 100g | 500g
Juniper Powder Leaves and Berries | 100g
Layap Sang | 50g
Lha Poi (Sacred Mountain Roots) | 50g
Lha Poi (Sacred Mountain Roots) ground | 250g | 100g
LUU (Naga) Sang | 100g
LUU (Naga) Sang Premium | 230g
Nomadic Sang | 100g
Riwo Sangchoe (ground) | 100g
Riwo Sangchoe (powder) | 230g
Sky Dancer Premium | 20g

Unsure which to choose? Try these excellent collections:

Mostly Juniper Collection: 25g of 4 varieties of pure junipers and mixtures with Rhododendron and Safflower & Pine
Premium Sang Collection: 20g each of 5 excellent medicinal and ritual varieties for daily use
Ultimate Sang Collection: 20g each of 3 rare and precious varieties

The village of Laya in the remote Himalayas of Bhutan. Courtesy Bhutan Jewel Travel