B2B wholesale for all natural incense since 1996
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For over 25 years, Take Roots has been a reliable and first-class partner when it comes to incense. Our exclusively natural raw materials and blends, often directly from the producer, set new quality standards.
In addition to the high quality of our products and our services, we want to offer you the most pleasant and intuitive shopping experience possible.
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High quality raw materials
No minimum order value
Excellent value for money
Incense blends from our own production
All incense in representative individual packaging or loose from 250g
Private label in all languages
(Minimum quantities and prices on request)
Our latest blog article:
Sal resin: The fascinating natural substance with versatile properties
Nature harbors a multitude of treasures, some of which are still largely unexplored. One of these treasures is sal resin, a fascinating substance with a variety of applications and interesting properties. In this article, we would like to take a closer look at sal resin and explore its significance and uses.
Sal resin, also known as sal tree resin, is obtained from the resin of the sal tree (Shorea robusta). This tree is an important tree species in the north of the Indian subcontinent. There it is also known as Ral, Salwa, Sakhu, Sakher, Shal, Sal, Kandar and Sakwa. For centuries, the resin has been used by locals as a traditional incense, and today it is also used in modern medicine, cosmetics and other fields.
A remarkable property of sal resin is its potential anti-inflammatory action. It contains compounds such as boswellic acids, which are known natural anti-inflammatories. Some studies have been conducted suggesting that sal resin may have analgesic properties.
In addition to its use in medicine and cosmetics, sal resin also has a long tradition as an incense. It is often used in religious and spiritual ceremonies to create a meditative atmosphere, calm the mind and ward off negative energies. The whitish, opalescent resin is burned as incense in Hindu ceremonies, for example. The oil of the leaves is used for perfume production or to perfume chewing or smoking tobacco. The scent of sal resin is appreciated for its soothing and grounding properties and has a relaxing effect on the body and mind. In the Himalayan region, the resin of the sal tree has long been used by healers and shamans as a ritual incense. Therefore, the resin is also called “Tibetan incense”.
It is important to note that the quality of sal resin can vary. High quality sal resin is usually obtained through gentle harvesting and processing methods to preserve the quality of the bioactive compounds.
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