The Safeguarding and Conservation of Hong Kong Traditional Incense - Scented Blooming Powder
Scented blooming powder is a very fine special incense powder, reaching 150 mesh. It was very popular in ancient India, and the culture of using scented blooming powder also flowed into the Ancient China with Buddhism. In Buddhism, incense is one of the six offerings. The ancients would apply scented blooming powder before copying sutra or attending religious ceremonies to cleanse the body and mind and remove body odors. Apply it to your hands or body and let your body temperature evaporate the fragrance. Sweat is unavoidable when the weather is hot, applying it can make you feels refreshing.
The "Clear Cool Moon" Scented Blooming Powder (About 10g)
Based on the sweet and fragrant sandalwood, a variety of traditional spices are added as a foil to highlight the taste of sandalwood. The smell is fresh and hearty.
The "Dharma Peace Moon" Scented Blooming Powder (About 10g)
The Dharma Peace Moon is made of the Buddhist five aromas that used in the Vajrayana Dharma Assembly. These five aromas (agarwood, sandalwood, clove, etc.) were brought from China to Japan by Kōbō-Daishi Kūkai, a famous Japanese Buddhist Monk, and used in the Mikkyo Dharma Assembly. Vietnamese cultivated agarwood is used for promoting the preservation of wild agarwood tree."
If it causes skin allergies, stop using it immediately and consult a doctor.
For external use only, merely for religious or aromatherapy purposes.