Product Description of White Incense Powder:
Nishan Products is a manufacturer and supplier, distributor so importer / exporter in India.
Nishan Products is focused on providing also our customers an excellent quality so White Incense Powder which is widely used for making various types of incense sticks.
As per the requirement of the customers, we offer this white incense powder in Ahmedabad with various packaging options. We specialize in white incense powder in Ahmedabad
Nishan Products specializes in white incense powder in Ahmedabad. We are also focused on exporting goods from around the world, especially to the United States, African and Australian regions.
India is one of the largest producers of agarbatti and has also captured its own market and overseas markets. Agarbatti is known for its tradition in India. Incense sticks are lit on many occasions in India for religious and social purposes.
The Indian Ayurvedic medical system has provided the modern and most systematic way of making agarbatti and it is still practiced today.
Nowadays agarbatti business provides a lot of employment and also brings economy rate. In the process, there are many such household and small-scale industries that make incense sticks
With the popularity of incense, the concern for its raw material, product, quality and safety has also increased over the years. These concerns have manifested themselves as a shift in preference towards herbal, ayurvedic and eco-friendly incense that we are making sure we are breathing.
Incense sticks are intended to reduce harmful and toxic substances and to try to find an alternative to this subject. This will provide a different and herbal way to eliminate or reduce the use of harmful elements.
The main objective is to think uniquely and use better alternative than coal or harmful substances in the incense stick.
This is like adding water to the make your incense dough. Distilled water or honey liquid can be used Binder for blending and binding your incense ingredients. This process is done with care. If too much is added, it will gooey. Too few cracks in the liquid binder or your dry incense can break.
Many Indian incense manufacturers follow ayurvedic principles, in which the ingredients that make incense are classified into five categories: ether (fruits), for example, star anise; Water (stems and branches),
For example, sandalwood, aloe, lumber, cassia, frankincense, pepper and borneil; Earth (native), for example turmeric, vetiver, ginger, costus root, valerian, Indian spikenard; Fire (flowers), for example, cloves; And air (leaves), for example, patchouli.
At each of the project sites, the consultant local market also where bong and incense sticks could be traded. Conversations with local traders were also conducted to understand the dynamics of the market.
In addition, markets in Pakistan, Vientiane, India and Thailand were also studied, a famous and large incense stick production cluster in India, visited and studied the marketing potential of Bong.