During the Tang and Song Dynasties, literati generally liked to mix a variety of fragrant medicines and honey to make incense, and then use the method of incense through the fire to taste. To this day, practicing incense is still common in Japanese fragrances.
In addition to the use of fine Chinese herbal fragrant medicines, the making of Lianxiang requires more than a few months of cellaring to make all the fragrant and salty into one.
-Suitable for flame-retardant incense method/electric incense burner/aromatherapy lamp
Dharma and Moon are made according to Buddhist five-spice:
According to the Lian Hua Sutra King's Yoga Wisdom rituals, the establishment of mandalas and the method of choosing places, when tantric practice is made, the five incense, five treasures, and five grains will be buried in the ground. These five incenses were also passed to Japan by Kofa Master Kukai and used in esoteric ceremonies. For example, the deity's incense used as a protective mask is also made by using the above five spices.
This product uses agarwood cultivated in Vietnam to support the conservation of wild agarwood.
Quantity: 10 capsules
In the Tang and Song Dynasties, literati generally liked to mix a variety of fragrant herbs and honey to make incense, and then use the method of Monkoh to taste. Today, practicing incense is still common in Japanese Incense.
In addition to the use of fine Chinese herbal, the making of incense pastille requires more than a few months of cellaring, so that the fragrants of different herbs are integrated.
The "Dharma Peace Moon"
The “Dharma Peace Moon” is made of the Buddhist five aromatic ingredients used in the Vajrayana Dharma Assembly. These five aromas were brought from China to Japan by Kōbō-Daishi Kūkai, a famous Japanese Buddhist Monk, and used in the Mikkyo Dharma Assembly.
Quantity: 10 tablets
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