Nag champa is one of the best known incense scents. It is a traditional Indian scent with a dreamy and sweet aroma. Nag champa is very suitable for meditation. In addition, the scent brings a lot of cozy atmosphere. These Satya backflow cones are suitable for a backflow waterfall burner because of their design.
What are backflow cones?
Backflow incense cones differ from the "normal" cones because of the opening in the middle. Through this opening in the cone, the smoke that is released flows down instead of up. This way you achieve the special ‘waterfall’ effect. The smoke flows down through the opening in the cone because there is cooler air in the opening of the cone. Cooler air always makes smoke flow down.
Just like the other incense cones from Satya Sai Baba, the backflow cones are made entirely from natural ingredients. To ensure an extra beautiful effect, a lot of smoke comes off the cones. That also means that a lot of the scent is released.
About the scented nag champa
With this classic, Asian fragrance you will dream away completely. Nag champa comes from the yellow champa (plumeria) flower in India. The champa flower is known for its sweet, exotic aroma. People who have been to or come from India will probably recognize the smell of the temples.
Nag champa is a soothing and dreamy fragrance that is appreciated worldwide. It is a particularly suitable scent for the evening, during meditation or during creative activities.
Satya Sai Baba, king of incense
Satya Sai Baba incense can be recognized immediately by the classic, simple packaging. Real incense lovers are almost always familiar with Satya, because it is one of the oldest and best incense brands in the world. Satya incense is traditionally made by hand in India, using only plant-based ingredients.
Satya Sai Baba Agarbatti incense is perhaps the most beloved incense in the world.
Backflow burning incense cones
You burn backflow cones in the same way as other incense cones. The only difference is that you place them at the top of the waterfall burner, instead of in a bowl. Light the cone and blow out the flame as usual. Then you see how your ‘waterfall’ comes to life.
Backflow incense cones have a relatively shorter burning time. Approximately 15 minutes. There is more smoke and odor coming from it.