Goloka resins when burned, emit a holy smoke and beautiful fragrance that is known to clear negative energies, connect us with our higher consciousness, spiritual realms and surround us with high vibrations. They are also used to heal, balance and protect our physical and energetic bodies.
Each Box Packet contains of 50g each.
Note: This product is not to be taken internally.
Instruction for use:
Start by adding a very small amount of resin directly on top of the glowing hot charcoal or hot metal surface. Keep out of reach of children and pets. For burning purpose only. Not for internal consumption
Benzoin is a common ingredient in incense making and perfumery because of its sweet vanilla undertone with earthy balsam notes and fixatives properties.
Copal has a powerful, crisp, clearing, sharp scent which primarily is used as an incense by ancient civilisations. It was often used in religious occassions, in the form of sacrifices to deities (typically designating the Copal as food for Gods)
Dragon's Blood is a masculine plant and is associated with the planet of Mars and the Element of Fire. Its Powers are known for love, protection, exorcism and potency. Its resin is a powerful protectorate that when carried, smouldered as incense, or sprinkled around the house will drive away evil and negativity. Dragon Blood has been used for its antiviral and wound healing effects.
Originally called frank because of the freeness with which, when burned, it gives forth its fragrance. Smoke emanating from burning Goloka Frankincense resins acts as a protection, purification, spiritual awareness and antidepressant. Christian and Islamic Abrahamic faiths have all used frankincense mixed with oils to anoint new born infants, initiates and members entering into new phases of their spiritual lives.
Guggal is known in Sanskrit as "Guggulu", which means "protects from disease". The guggal gum has been used in Unani and Ayurvedic medicine for nearly 3,000 years in India. Burning Goloka Guggal resin incense drives away evil spirits as well as removes the evil eye from the home and its family members.
Guggal is said to rejuvenate oneself, increasing ones energy and providing an overall feeling of well being. It purifies the air and cleanses the body. In general, Guggal has an affinity for all of the tissues in the body as well as circulatory, digestive, nervous and respiratory systems. Guggal has scraping abilities which enables it to clear toxins from the tissues and channels while rejuvenating them.
Goloka Gum Dammar resin, also known as cat-eye resin, a light white resin with milky finish, which emits a light lemony scent when burnt, lifts the spirit and brings light into darkness of the soul. Gum Dammar resin is said to be particularly useful to combat sadness, depression and melancholy.
Myrrh resin has a smoky, sweet or sometimes bitter smell, which is extracted from a number of small, thorny trees. Classical texts of Ayurveda, which dates back thousands of years, used to use myrrh for wound healing, digestive health and to balance women's issues, and many more. The ancient Egyptians also used myrrh for healing, as well as spiritual rituals. It is traditionally burned incense which repels fleas and mosquitoes.
Olibanum works as an effective anti-depressant and relieves stress. It's said to enhanced intuition, clairvoyance and is ideal to use before meditation.
Olibanum was also once worth more than its weight in gold. Burning Olibanum provides protection and purification and is said to help increase your spiritual awareness.
A long History of use in ceremonial Practices all around the world from some of the most renowned civilisation, from ancient Egyptians to the Native Americans. It even made its way into the scriptures of the Bible as one of the Sacred gifts given by Kings. According to the Biblical text of Matthew 2:11, gold, frankincense and myrrh were among the gifts to Jesus by the Three Wise Kings to Baby Jesus. Gold representing his kingship, frankincense a symbol of priestly role and myrrh a prefiguring of his embalming.
Resin along with smoke, get into our nostrils and are detected by our smell receptors and their effects transmitted to our brain, thereby stimulating the nervous centre. This also gives a warm feeling, stimulates the heart beat and improves circulation.