Type: Incense Burner
Application Area: Living Room
Production: Candle Aromatherapy Furnace
Cosmetic Feature: Assuaging and Calming
Use: Smell Removing/Dehumidification
Classification: Incense Base
In Buddhism, incense burners, or censers, are used in all Buddhist cultures and denominations. The burning of incense takes place both in the home and in the temple and serves as an offering to the Buddha or various deities. It is also an important ritual act that is believed to clear the air of evil spirits.
When it is burned, the smoke is believed to have medicinal and therapeutic healing power. It inspires creativity, clears negative energy and brings love and fortune. It benefits include energetic protection, removal of bad energy, uplifting your spirits and filling your home with good fortune and luck.
Our sense of smell is a direct path to the brain and certain odors trigger an immediate response via the Limbic System. Particular aromas stimulate the brain to produce essential chemicals, such as serotonin and dopamine, which cause feelings of happiness, relaxation, and contentment. For headache relief, certain incense aromas can help open the nasal passages, while others can lower blood pressure.