- Nag: Referring to the Indian name for the "cobra" snake, as the fragrance is believed to be reminiscent of the scent of the cobra's favorite flowers.
- Champa: Referring to the Champa flower, scientifically known as Plumeria, which is one of the key ingredients in the incense blend.
Nag Champa incense is commonly used in religious and spiritual practices, meditation, yoga, and for creating a calming and pleasant atmosphere. The fragrance has gained popularity worldwide and is often associated with spiritual and new age practices due to its soothing and exotic aroma. Over time, numerous variations and brands of Nag Champa incense have emerged, but the classic fragrance remains one of the most beloved scents in the incense world.
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