Nag Champa Fragrance Oil, 1/2 fl oz (15 mL) Dropper Bottle

10540<p>Lose yourself in the timeless exotic scent of Indian incense with our Nag Champa fragrance oil! The scent belongs to a family of Indian incenses known as <em>champas</em>, which includes fragrances similar to champa&mdash;or plumeria&mdash;flowers. Nag champa, which is perhaps the most popular, ties in the scent of cannonball tree (<em>Couroupita guianensis</em>) flowers&mdash;commonly called <em>naga</em>, which means &ldquo;serpent&rdquo; in Sanskrit&mdash;with notes of sandalwood and frankincense. If you love bold, earthy scents such as patchouli, sandalwood, and amber, you&rsquo;re going to fall in love with our Nag Champa!</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>Fragrance</strong></h2> <p>A rich, exotic scent, with resinous hints of frankincense, and sandalwood</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>Flash Point</strong></h2> <p>275&deg;F</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>History of Nag Champa</strong></h2> <p>In the United States, Nag Champa is closely related to hippie counterculture and was a significant scent beloved in the 1960&rsquo;s and 70&rsquo;s. However, nag champa has been treasured by the people of India for generations before it made its way to the Americas. It is traditionally used to create incense, which is burned during meditations and can usually be found in temples. Nag champa is so significant in Indian culture that the cannonball tree from which it&rsquo;s earned its name is considered sacred to Hindu people.</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>How to Use Nag Champa Fragrance Oil</strong></h2> <p>Add the exotic aroma of nag champa fragrance oil to your candle making, incense, potpourri, soaps, deodorants and other bath and body products!</p> <p>To learn how to make your own unique homemade candles using Nap Champa Oil, check out this simple step-by-step on <a href="http://blog.pipingrock.com/diy-beeswax-candles-with-piping-rock-essential-oils/" target="_blank">The Pipe Line</a>!</p>
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Nag Champa Fragrance Oil, 1/2 fl oz (15 mL) Dropper Bottle

10540<p>Lose yourself in the timeless exotic scent of Indian incense with our Nag Champa fragrance oil! The scent belongs to a family of Indian incenses known as <em>champas</em>, which includes fragrances similar to champa&mdash;or plumeria&mdash;flowers. Nag champa, which is perhaps the most popular, ties in the scent of cannonball tree (<em>Couroupita guianensis</em>) flowers&mdash;commonly called <em>naga</em>, which means &ldquo;serpent&rdquo; in Sanskrit&mdash;with notes of sandalwood and frankincense. If you love bold, earthy scents such as patchouli, sandalwood, and amber, you&rsquo;re going to fall in love with our Nag Champa!</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>Fragrance</strong></h2> <p>A rich, exotic scent, with resinous hints of frankincense, and sandalwood</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>Flash Point</strong></h2> <p>275&deg;F</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>History of Nag Champa</strong></h2> <p>In the United States, Nag Champa is closely related to hippie counterculture and was a significant scent beloved in the 1960&rsquo;s and 70&rsquo;s. However, nag champa has been treasured by the people of India for generations before it made its way to the Americas. It is traditionally used to create incense, which is burned during meditations and can usually be found in temples. Nag champa is so significant in Indian culture that the cannonball tree from which it&rsquo;s earned its name is considered sacred to Hindu people.</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>How to Use Nag Champa Fragrance Oil</strong></h2> <p>Add the exotic aroma of nag champa fragrance oil to your candle making, incense, potpourri, soaps, deodorants and other bath and body products!</p> <p>To learn how to make your own unique homemade candles using Nap Champa Oil, check out this simple step-by-step on <a href="http://blog.pipingrock.com/diy-beeswax-candles-with-piping-rock-essential-oils/" target="_blank">The Pipe Line</a>!</p>
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Lose yourself in the timeless exotic scent of Indian incense with our Nag Champa fragrance oil! The scent belongs to a family of Indian incenses known as champas, which includes fragrances similar to champa—or plumeria—flowers. Nag champa, which is perhaps the most popular, ties in the scent of cannonball tree (Couroupita guianensis) flowers—commonly called naga, which means “serpent” in Sanskrit—with notes of sandalwood and frankincense. If you love bold, earthy scents such as patchouli, sandalwood, and amber, you’re going to fall in love with our Nag Champa!

Fragrance

A rich, exotic scent, with resinous hints of frankincense, and sandalwood

Flash Point

275°F

History of Nag Champa

In the United States, Nag Champa is closely related to hippie counterculture and was a significant scent beloved in the 1960’s and 70’s. However, nag champa has been treasured by the people of India for generations before it made its way to the Americas. It is traditionally used to create incense, which is burned during meditations and can usually be found in temples. Nag champa is so significant in Indian culture that the cannonball tree from which it’s earned its name is considered sacred to Hindu people.

How to Use Nag Champa Fragrance Oil

Add the exotic aroma of nag champa fragrance oil to your candle making, incense, potpourri, soaps, deodorants and other bath and body products!

To learn how to make your own unique homemade candles using Nap Champa Oil, check out this simple step-by-step on The Pipe Line!

Ingredients:

Fragrance

Directions:

Enjoy the benefits of fragrance oil in candle making, incense, potpourri, soaps, deodorants, and other bath and body products.

WARNING:

For external use only. Do not ingest. Do not use directly on skin or apply to broken or irritated skin. Dilute in a soap, deodorant, or other personal care products. If skin sensitivity occurs, discontinue use. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medications or have any medical condition, consult your healthcare professional before using this or any other nutritional supplement. If any adverse reactions occur, immediately stop using this product and consult your doctor. Keep out of reach of children. Keep oils away from eyes.

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Nag Champa Fragrance Oil, 1/2 fl oz (15 mL) Dropper Bottle

10540<p>Lose yourself in the timeless exotic scent of Indian incense with our Nag Champa fragrance oil! The scent belongs to a family of Indian incenses known as <em>champas</em>, which includes fragrances similar to champa&mdash;or plumeria&mdash;flowers. Nag champa, which is perhaps the most popular, ties in the scent of cannonball tree (<em>Couroupita guianensis</em>) flowers&mdash;commonly called <em>naga</em>, which means &ldquo;serpent&rdquo; in Sanskrit&mdash;with notes of sandalwood and frankincense. If you love bold, earthy scents such as patchouli, sandalwood, and amber, you&rsquo;re going to fall in love with our Nag Champa!</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>Fragrance</strong></h2> <p>A rich, exotic scent, with resinous hints of frankincense, and sandalwood</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>Flash Point</strong></h2> <p>275&deg;F</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>History of Nag Champa</strong></h2> <p>In the United States, Nag Champa is closely related to hippie counterculture and was a significant scent beloved in the 1960&rsquo;s and 70&rsquo;s. However, nag champa has been treasured by the people of India for generations before it made its way to the Americas. It is traditionally used to create incense, which is burned during meditations and can usually be found in temples. Nag champa is so significant in Indian culture that the cannonball tree from which it&rsquo;s earned its name is considered sacred to Hindu people.</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>How to Use Nag Champa Fragrance Oil</strong></h2> <p>Add the exotic aroma of nag champa fragrance oil to your candle making, incense, potpourri, soaps, deodorants and other bath and body products!</p> <p>To learn how to make your own unique homemade candles using Nap Champa Oil, check out this simple step-by-step on <a href="http://blog.pipingrock.com/diy-beeswax-candles-with-piping-rock-essential-oils/" target="_blank">The Pipe Line</a>!</p>
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Nag Champa Fragrance Oil, 1/2 fl oz (15 mL) Dropper Bottle

10540<p>Lose yourself in the timeless exotic scent of Indian incense with our Nag Champa fragrance oil! The scent belongs to a family of Indian incenses known as <em>champas</em>, which includes fragrances similar to champa&mdash;or plumeria&mdash;flowers. Nag champa, which is perhaps the most popular, ties in the scent of cannonball tree (<em>Couroupita guianensis</em>) flowers&mdash;commonly called <em>naga</em>, which means &ldquo;serpent&rdquo; in Sanskrit&mdash;with notes of sandalwood and frankincense. If you love bold, earthy scents such as patchouli, sandalwood, and amber, you&rsquo;re going to fall in love with our Nag Champa!</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>Fragrance</strong></h2> <p>A rich, exotic scent, with resinous hints of frankincense, and sandalwood</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>Flash Point</strong></h2> <p>275&deg;F</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>History of Nag Champa</strong></h2> <p>In the United States, Nag Champa is closely related to hippie counterculture and was a significant scent beloved in the 1960&rsquo;s and 70&rsquo;s. However, nag champa has been treasured by the people of India for generations before it made its way to the Americas. It is traditionally used to create incense, which is burned during meditations and can usually be found in temples. Nag champa is so significant in Indian culture that the cannonball tree from which it&rsquo;s earned its name is considered sacred to Hindu people.</p> <h2 class="body-more-heading-third"><strong>How to Use Nag Champa Fragrance Oil</strong></h2> <p>Add the exotic aroma of nag champa fragrance oil to your candle making, incense, potpourri, soaps, deodorants and other bath and body products!</p> <p>To learn how to make your own unique homemade candles using Nap Champa Oil, check out this simple step-by-step on <a href="http://blog.pipingrock.com/diy-beeswax-candles-with-piping-rock-essential-oils/" target="_blank">The Pipe Line</a>!</p>
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4.9 out of 5 stars. 124 customer reviews
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124 customer reviews
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llelmenhorst
5 out of 5 stars.
Dec 14, 2015
Reviews 3
Vote 24
Gender Female
Age 55 to 64
Intoxicating!
I love this fragrance oil! It is a clean scent but deep and mysterious. Absolutely intoxicating!I love this fragrance oil! It is a clean scent but deep and mysterious. Absolutely intoxicating!
Quality
Value
5
05
5
Suncat
5 out of 5 stars.
Oct 23, 2019
Reviews 3
Vote 14
Gender Female
Age 45 to 54
If you love Nag Champa incense, this is your oil!
Smells Exactly like the incense! If you like to diffuse oils and love the scent of Nag Champa, this is your oil. Just know that a little goes a long way.Smells Exactly like the incense! If you like to diffuse oils and love the scent of Nag Champa, this is your oil. Just know that a little goes a long way.
Quality
Value
5
05
5
R2D2
5 out of 5 stars.
Aug 30, 2019
Reviews 1
Vote 5
Gender Male
Age 45 to 54
Nag Champa
Smells like the incenseSmells like the incense
Quality
Value
5
05
5
twosnakes
5 out of 5 stars.
Dec 15, 2015
Reviews 11
Vote 37
Gender Male
Age 55 to 64
Love this
I wish I had ordered 8 bottle of this instead of the Patchouli.I wish I had ordered 8 bottle of this instead of the Patchouli.
Quality
Value
5
05
5
James in Vale NC
5 out of 5 stars.
Feb 07, 2021
Reviews 1
Vote 4
Gender Male
Age 45 to 54
This Nag Champa has been the best I’ve found
Fragrant and long lasting. Provides a relaxing environment for sleep when used in a mister.Fragrant and long lasting. Provides a relaxing environment for sleep when used in a mister.
Quality
Value
5
05
5
LADYGEMINI
5 out of 5 stars.
Aug 07, 2020
Reviews 1
Vote 4
Gender Female
Age 65 or over
TRY NAG CHAMPA OIL
This oil is my favorite & the price was good & it shipped to me quickly. I will buy it againThis oil is my favorite & the price was good & it shipped to me quickly. I will buy it again
Quality
Value
5
05
5
Guaryna
5 out of 5 stars.
May 07, 2020
Reviews 3
Vote 9
Gender Female
Age 55 to 64
sweet and lucky
exact oil pure fragrance for a great price .on time shippingexact oil pure fragrance for a great price .on time shipping
Quality
Value
5
05
5
D Hill
5 out of 5 stars.
Apr 01, 2020
Reviews 27
Vote 13
Gender Female
Age 65 or over
Nag Champa
Love the Nag Champa also have used the incense for yeaars.Love the Nag Champa also have used the incense for yeaars.
Quality
Value
5
05
5
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