Auroshikha - Sage Incense Sticks
Regular price $3.95
Auroshikha is a part of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram situated in Pondicherry, India. Purest and high quality raw materials are used in the manufacture of these Incense. The incense is made of a paste consisting of the powders of dried flower petals, sweet smelling herbs and woods, spices, resins, some charcoal which is an excellent burning material and perfumes based on Natural Essential Oils. All these ingredients are mixed with water to form a paste. The paste is then rolled by hand around bamboo sticks and left to dry. After drying the rolled sticks are selected, trimmed and perfumed.
In case of "Masala" varieties such as Sandalwood and Frankincense the perfumes and essential oils are mixed in the paste itself and no further perfuming is needed.
Greatest care is taken to select the best and purest ingredients to ensure a very high quality of products that are wholly in conformity with IFRA (International Fragrance Association, Geneva, Switzerland).
Each pack is colour coded and contains 10g of incense i.e approximately 14 sticks. Burn time approx 30mins.
SHIPPING TIME + COSTS (AUSTRALIA WIDE)
Express orders are dispatched the same day from our Sydney warehouse if the order is placed before 7am (Australian E.S.T.) and are dispatched the next day if placed after 7am. Express post parcels are usually delivered within 1-3 days of dispatch to metro areas and 2-4 days to regional locations, although remote areas can be up to 7 business days
Express: $12.95 for orders under $100.00. Free for orders over $100.00
Regular orders are dispatched from our warehouse in Sydney within 1-2 business days, however they may take up to 4 days to dispatch during busy periods such as during sales and the Christmas/New Year period. Regular post parcels are usually delivered within 3-7 days of dispatch to metro area and up to 10 days to regional locations.
Registed Shipping (with tracking number): $7.5 for order under $15. Free for order over $15.
NOTE: ALL PARCELS DISPATCHED VIA AUSTALIAN POST