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French Lavender


$8.25


French Lavender Bulk Incense Sticks

The health benefits of lavender essential oil include its ability to remove nervous tension, relieve pain, disinfect scalp and skin, enhance blood circulation and treat respiratory problems.

A lot of lavender folklore is about love. It was said to attract men but was also used for chastity.

In Spain and Portugal, lavender was included in bonfires on St. John’s Day to help ward off evil spirits. While ladies of the unmaidenly sort, would wear lavender to attract customers. It would also protect them from cruelty and violence.

Western element: air (inner peace, joy, reduce stress). 
Astrological planet: Mercury (overcoming addiction, breaking bad habits, communication, divination, eloquence, intelligence, mental powers, psychic powers, self-improvement, study, travel, and wisdom).


We use the finest fragrances available in making our hand-dipped incense sticks. Mix and match several scents to achieve a custom effect.

Bulk 11" natural sticks with approx. 100 sticks per bundle.


Many people find sticks the most convenient way to burn incense. The lighter colored sticks are wood base formed over bamboo stick and burn from 35 to 45 minutes depending on the fragrance. The darker sticks are pre-burnt wood base, (charcoal); they burn a little faster, but burn cleaner and produce a truer-to-fragrance. We also have a wood base stick that is formed without the bamboo stick (Japanese style).

Astral Sea makes and packages 6 varieties of packaged incense sticks. Most of our products can be found packaged or bulk.

Also see our other lines of:

  • Incense sticks
  • Incense cones
  • Incense powders and resins
  • Smokeless incense
  • Perfume Creams
  • Frangrance and essential oils
  • Bath Salts in course and fine salts
  • Amulet bags & smudges

 Made in the USA

  • Manufactured by: Astral Sea

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 14 November, 2013.