Benefits of Pushp Loban:-
Drives mosquitoes away
Supports local communities
Made from sun-dried recycled temple flowers
Ideal for Puja, Havan purposes owing to use of original ingredients
Lobal, Guggul astaganda (Jatamasi, Jaiphal, Bethar, Shankh Pushpi, Tulsi, Vasant Sunderi, Agar, Kapur)
What is Dhoop?
Dhoop is a cone shaped product that gives out a fragnance when lit, the different materials from which Dhoop is made are charcoal, sandalwood, cow-dung, Guggul, Lobal, extracts of Dhoop trees to name a few
The earliest mention of Dhoop has been found in the Atharva Veda and the Rig Veda for medicinal and aroma purposes as mentioned by Mr. David Oller in his article on Incense making.
Use of Loban in Dhoop?
As mentioned in the Newsgram article “Burning ‘Loban’ Called Benzoin is 10 times more Effective than Consuming Anti-depressants: Science” Loban is known to reduce depression and is ideal for those who want to de-stress after a long day at work.
Use of Guggul in Dhoop?
As mentioned in the NCBI article “Googling the Guggul (Commiphora and Boswellia) for Prevention of Chronic Diseases” Guggul is a potential candidate for treatment of several chronic diseases such as Arthiritis, Asthma, Diabetes mellitus etc owing to its hypolipidemic, antiobesity, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor effects, cardioprotective, neuroprotective, hepatoprotective, thyroid stimulatory effects thus the use of Guggul may support in reducing effects of chronic diseases
Use of cow dung in Pushp Loban?
Cow dung has traditionally in India been used as a cooking fuel, the cow dung supports the burning of the Pushp Loban. The smoke from Cow-dung also keeps mosquitoes away.
Are Sambrani and Pushp Loban same?
The short is a no, most sambrani’s in the market have small to large charcoal components with essence that replicates the aroma of Pushp Loban and thus might not have the desired effect expected of the Pushp Loban.
How is Pushploban made?
This is a special products as we have generated this product to help females from downtrodden society. We are reducing garbage as we purchase flowers offered to deities in temples and then sun dry those flowers and then filled in cow dung cups mixed with Lobal, Guggul astaganda (Jatamasi, Jaiphal, Bethar, Shankh Pushpi, Tulsi, Vasant Sunderi, Agar, Kapur).