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Pavel’s Incense Bundles, hand made
€ 4.50 incl. VAT
Hand-made incense bundles, specially prepared for our shop, contain herbs from Colombian land, white sage and other fragrant herbs.
Our friend Pavel has been living in Colombia for ten years, the last five years with his partner Sandra and their daughter Nukaya was born a year ago. They live on a two-hectare land in the mountains in the province of Boyacá, near the town of Raquirá. They have Leticia’s donkeys, two cats and about ten hens.
They live at an altitude of about 1500 meters above sea level, during the day it is mostly warm, but at night it is noticeable cold. Lots of oaks and eucalyptus grow on the land, and a small part of the land is slowly transformed into an herb and vegetable garden. They live as much in harmony with nature as they can, they built a small house made of clay and wood on the land, they live without electrical appliances and modern conveniences.
They send incense bundles especially for our shop, the bundles contain herbs from their land, e.g. white sage and other fragrant herbs.
Light yourself with a sincere prayer about the purification of yourself or the space in which you are, Mother Earth and Father Universe will certainly not leave you unanswered.
Length: approx. 10 CM
Please note: It is not possible to extinguish the bundle after ignition, it is necessary to finish it at once. Ventilate well afterwards.
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