Patchouli Resin


Patchouli resin, with roots in ancient India and Egypt, plays a significant role in spiritual and metaphysical traditions. Esteemed for balancing energy and promoting spiritual growth, it became iconic during the 1960s counterculture, symbolising freedom and exploration. Revered for its grounding properties, patchouli aids in chakra alignment, intuition, and connecting with the spiritual realm. It remains vital in holistic healing and perfumery, embodying a journey towards inner peace and enlightenment across cultures.

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Patchouli resin, derived from the Pogostemon cablin plant native to Southeast Asia, holds profound spiritual and metaphysical significance across cultures. Its rich history intertwines with ancient traditions and modern practices, shaping its revered status.

In ancient India, patchouli was a key component in Ayurvedic medicine, esteemed for its therapeutic properties and ability to promote physical and emotional well-being. It was believed to balance the body’s energy and stimulate spiritual growth, making it a staple in meditation and yoga practices.

Patchouli’s aromatic allure extends to ancient Egypt, where it was used in embalming rituals to preserve the bodies of the deceased. Its association with the afterlife and rebirth imbued it with profound spiritual symbolism.

During the 1960s and 1970s, patchouli became synonymous with the counterculture movement and the hippie lifestyle. Its earthy, musky scent became a signature fragrance, representing freedom, individuality, and spiritual exploration. Patchouli’s popularity during this era cemented its status as a symbol of rebellion and spiritual enlightenment.

Metaphysically, patchouli is revered for its grounding and balancing properties. It is believed to align the chakras, enhance intuition, and foster a deeper connection with the earth and the spiritual realm. In aromatherapy, patchouli is used to alleviate stress, anxiety, and depression, promoting a sense of calm and inner peace.

Today, patchouli remains a cherished ingredient in spiritual practices, holistic healing, and perfumery. Its enduring presence in diverse cultures underscores its timeless appeal and profound influence on the human psyche. Patchouli resin continues to captivate hearts and minds, inviting individuals on a journey of self-discovery and spiritual enlightenment.

Store resin in a dry place at room temperature, away from humidity, and exercise caution to keep it out of the reach of children.

Please note that loose resin is not self-lighting and require charcoal disks and a heatproof burner. Instructions can be found on our Instagram page; watch the video to ensure you’re using our products safely.

  • Burn the resin in a well-ventilated room, but away from draughts.
  • Ensure the resin is kept away from flammable materials.
  • Never leave lit resin unattended.
  • Avoid inhaling resin smoke.

Additional information


Incense sticks
Burn time approx 45 minutes per stick
Packaging is 100% recyclable
Individually hand-rolled sticks
15gm x 12 box

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