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Clove Incense Sticks - Syzygium aromaticum

Rs. 625.00

Product : Clove Incense Sticks/Agarbatti

Fragrance/Aroma : Clove/Laung

Botanical Name Syzygium aromaticum

Category : Puja Items/Incense

100% pure and genuine product

Is it rolled in Bamboo sticks ? Yes

TheWholesalerCo natural incense sticks are hand-rolled

Made using 100% natural essential oils.

Packaged in most Hygienic Environment

Product is Vegetarian

Country of Origin: India

Buy Natural Clove incense sticks and other Agarbatti,Dhoop Cones,Lobans,Resins in largest selection of natural and organic fragrances,aromas,flavour and smells at wholesale or bulk prices. 

SKU: WH-10913-1
How to store ?

Keep the incense enclosed in box or in the plastic cover, so they don't loose their fragnance.

Where do we ship ?


We deliver across all postal codes in India.


We export and ship to almost all countries in the world.

Popular markets are United States (USA), United Kingdom (UK), Canada, China, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Netherland, Switzerland, Belgium, Austria, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Poland, Denmark, Lithuania, Serbia, Slovakia, Croatia, Greece, Turkey, Kuwait, Israel, UAE, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, South Korea, Japan, Canada, Egypt, Brazil, South Africa, Kenya, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka

Domestic and International Shipping

Domestic Courier Partners : Delhivery, Ekart, Amazon, DTDC

International Shipping Partners:

DHL, Aramex, Fedex, India Post

Delivery time


Processing time : 1-2 Days

Delivery Time: 3-7 Working days


Processing time : 2-4 Days

Delivery Time : 5-12 Working days


TheWholesalerCo doesn't give medical advice or prescription.

The information given on the website has not been evaluated by FDA, or by us. This data is for basic information purpose only, and is not intended to make a diagnosis, cure, avert or treat any illness or disease. We strongly suggest visiting and consulting a qualified Ayurvedic Practitioner before starting or following any regime.

Do you have COD ?

No, we don't have Cash on Delivery (COD).

Is Delivery free ?


Yes, All deliveries are free.


International Shipping is charged based on Destination and total weight. You will be shown the shipping cost at checkout.

Note : Shipping gradually cost comes down as weight increases.


What are different forms of incense ?

Incense comes in various forms, each offering unique characteristics and methods of use. Here are some common forms of incense:

  1. Incense Sticks: These are the most common and popular form of incense. They consist of a thin wooden stick coated with a combustible mixture of aromatic ingredients, such as herbs, resins, and essential oils. The coated end is lit, and the flame is blown out, leaving a glowing ember that releases fragrant smoke as it burns.
  2. Incense Cones: These are cone-shaped incense products that are made by compressing powdered incense ingredients into a cone shape. They are often designed to stand on their own without the need for a holder. Once lit, they burn from the top down, producing aromatic smoke.
  3. Incense Powder: Incense powder is a loose blend of aromatic ingredients, such as herbs, spices, resins, and wood powders. It can be burned directly on charcoal disks or used in various rituals, ceremonies, and spiritual practices.
  4. Incense Resins: These are solid or semi-solid aromatic substances, often derived from tree sap or plant resins. Common examples include frankincense, myrrh, copal, and benzoin. Resins are typically burned on charcoal disks or using specialized resin burners, releasing a fragrant smoke.
  5. Incense Dhoop/Dhoop Sticks: Dhoop is a traditional form of incense commonly used in Indian and Tibetan cultures. Dhoop sticks are thicker and shorter than regular incense sticks and are made from a mixture of aromatic ingredients, including medicinal herbs, spices, and resins. They are often used in religious ceremonies, meditation, and purification rituals.
  6. Smudging Bundles: Smudging is a practice that involves burning bundles of dried herbs, such as sage, cedar, or lavender, to cleanse and purify a space. These bundles, also known as smudge sticks, are tightly bound and can be ignited to release fragrant smoke.
  7. Japanese Incense: Known as "Koh" or "Nippon Kodo," Japanese incense is highly regarded for its quality and craftsmanship. It is often made from a blend of natural ingredients, including sandalwood, agarwood, and spices. Japanese incense is available in various forms, such as sticks, cones, and coils.
  8. Rope Incense: Rope incense consists of a long, thick rope made by twisting powdered incense ingredients around a bamboo stick. The rope can be lit at one end, and as it burns, it releases a continuous stream of fragrant smoke.

These are just a few examples of the diverse forms of incense available. Each type of incense offers a unique experience and is used for different purposes, including meditation, relaxation, spiritual practices, or simply to enjoy pleasant scents.

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