Loose Incense from Tibetan Monasteries & Gang-zi Mani Nunnery

Tashilhunpo Monastery Loose Incense in an electric heater | Tablets illustrating properties of Tibetan plants | Ganden Grass in a traditional heater

New Chinese Govt. regulations prohibit the export of loose incense from Tibet. We are therefore unable to obtain more until further notice.

PREMIUM HERBAL AROMATICS, THERAPEUTICS & BLENDS. No binders. Simply essence.

Newly popular in the West, this loose incense is a staple throughout Bhutan and Tibet. Note that the fragrance may differ from stick varieties of the same name.

Baigu Holy Water Fragrant Loose Incense 300g | 100g
Dirapuk Monastery – Mt Kailash Sacred Loose Incense | 50g
Dzongsar Be Dur Ya Loose Incense | 90g
Dzongsar Tibetan Loose Incense | 50g
Ganden Grass | 200g
Gang-zi Mani Nunnery Loose Incense | 130g
Mindroling Monastery Loose Incense | 136g
Samye Monastery 3 Jewels Loose Incense | 120g
Samye Monastery Loose Incense | 45g
Tanak Thupten Ling Loose Incense | 60g
Tashilhunpo Monastery Loose Incense | 110g
Wara Monastery Loose Incense | 80g