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Sugandi Root (Hemidismus indicus) - 16 oz

Sugandi root has been used as an incense by shamans and sadhus (mendicants) for centuries. In the Himalayas, the herb is ground to a coarse powder with dried leaves or seeds of Holy Basil, Bel Fruit, or flowers of lotus, jasmine and safflower and then burned as a ritual incense or smoked in a pipe. Another name for the plant is 'the eternal root' because its root spreads for a long way underground. This is a 'delicious' herb according to traditional Tibetan medicine - it smells sweet and aromatic- and is also known as sugandhi, meaning 'the fragrant one' in Hindi. The roots are called the symbols of human mind on the earth and really look like little neurons complete with synapses and glias, according to modern pharmacists. This product is not intended or sold for ingestion by humans or animals. It is sold only for use as an incense or for smoking. WARNING: Smoking anything, including herbal products of any kind, are harmful to the body.

 

Product Code: SGN-16Z

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Sugandi Root (Hemidismus indicus) - 16 oz

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