Perfume Oils and Incense from Touch of Africa


A Variety of Exotic Scents to Tempt You
ALCOHOL FREE

We stock these for immediate delivery.



African musk, Egyptian musk, African Love, Jungle Love, Timis,
Cleopatra, Nefertiti, Blue Nile, Patchouli, and Lotus.

Use directly on your skin, or combined with almond oil for a wonderful massage oil.
Pour some drops on a diffuser to use as incense.

Large - 6ml
$9.95
Scent
Medium- 3.4ml
$6.95
Scent
Small - 1.8ml
$3.95
Scent

NATURAL INCENSE WITH THESE SCENTS

FRANKINCENSE, FRANKINCENSE AND MYRRH, AFRICAN THIOURAYE HERBAL, AND A VARIETY OF 20pc CONE PACKETS

Frankincense
or Frankinsence & Myrrh
$4.99
Scent

Thiouraye
$4.99

Scent

Cones - 20pc
$3.99 $2.99

Scent

INCENSE IN 100 PIECE BUNDLES WITH THESE SCENTS

AFRICAN MUSK,EGYPTIAN MUSK,LEAKMEALLOVER ,YLANG YLANG,SANDALWOOD,DRAKKAR,PATCHOULI,CHAMPA,CEDARWOOD,COCONUT,COCOMANGO VANILLA,LAVENDER,JASMIN AND BLUE NILE.

100 PC Bundle
$19.99
Sale $14.95

Scent

CHARCOAL

Charcoal is used to burn the Frankincense and African Thiouraye Incense.
Produced in The U.K. and The Netherlands



Charcoal
$3.99 $2.99


BRASS CONE INCENSE HOLDERS

Available in Three Sizes and a Variety of Styles. Email or Call for More Details

Small
$3.99

Medium
$5.99

Large
$9.99


INCENSE HOLDER WITH STORAGE



Incense Holder With Storage
$4.99


LARGE INCENSE HOLDER WITH HIDDEN STORAGE



Large Incense Holder With Hidden Storage
$12.99

Incense is psychoactive: Scientists identify the biology behind the ceremony

Religious leaders have contended for millennia that burning incense is good for the soul. Now, biologists have learned that it is good for our brains too. In a new study appearing online in The FASEB Journal, an international team of scientists, including researchers from Johns Hopkins University and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, describe how burning frankincense (resin from the Boswellia plant) activates poorly understood ion channels in the brain to alleviate anxiety or depression. This suggests that an entirely new class of depression and anxiety drugs might be right under our noses.

A recent study by biologists from Johns Hopkins University and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem concludes that the brain responds to burning frankincense, and that the results appear to be of an anti-depressant nature. Gerald Weissman, MD, says, "This study also provides a biological explanation for millennia-old spiritual practices that have persisted across time, distance, culture, language, and religion-burning incense really does make you feel warm and tingly all over.

Quoted from www.physorg.com, May 20th 2008 in General Science/Biology