Sai Baba Nag Champa & Super Hit

Natural Agarbatti Satya Incense Sticks

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From the makers of Sai Baba Nag Champa comes their 'cousin' incense Natural Satya Agarbatti. For those that have tried the original Nag Champa Incense, this is slightly more light, sweet and floral in comparison.

These are available in small 15g boxes or larger big boxes. The small box contains approximately 12 sticks, the big box contains 12 boxes of the smaller 15g boxes for the price of 11.

Number of Sticks: 15 grams is approximately 12 sticks

Burn Time per Stick: About 45 Minutes Per Stick

Stick Length: Approximately 20cms

Country of Origin: India

What Holisticshop staff think

"Satya Natural Agarbatti is from Shrinivas Sugandhalaya, the same company that makes Sai Baba Nag Champa Incense (you know, the one in the blue box) that has been probably the best selling incense in the UK for decades. They also make Super Hit, kind of like the sister of Nag Champa.

For me, this Natural Incense is like the cousin, who no one has actually met, but when they do meet her, they really like her and wonder why they hadn’t made the effort before!

To help me with my review I am going to compare Natural with Nag Champa and see what I think the main differences are. After all they have the same grandparents!

Nag Champa has a bit more bass note and is familiar, rich, deep, floral, complete and overall wonderfully comforting in a 70s kind of way. There is no getting away from it, Nag Champa is what I (and many others) would pick out as the incense you would have burning in an archetypal new age, Indian, hippy shop.

So how does Natural differ? Out of the box Natural it is light, floral and airy, with a gentle sweet perfume. On burning, I would say it is sweeter and slightly richer than Nag Champa. It doesn’t have the hippy gene to the same degree and is not as bold. It is wonderfully pleasant and the floral is an earthy floral, in the way patchouli is earthy. I feel it would make a comforting background incense.

This company do make a whole range of different incense using the “Satya” name. Satya is a Sanskrit word which sums up the constancy in all things. That which is unchangeable. So this is called “Satya Natural Agarbatti”. Agarbatti simply translating as incense.

Overall, sweet, pleasing yet rich incense with mass appeal. Also, Jane just came into my office and voluntarily told me she really liked the smell. So that is another endorsement. So is well worth a try I feel."

By Brett Almond

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What Holisticshop staff think

"Satya Natural Agarbatti is from Shrinivas Sugandhalaya, the same company that makes Sai Baba Nag Champa Incense (you know, the one in the blue box) that has been probably the best selling incense in the UK for decades. They also make Super Hit, kind of like the sister of Nag Champa.

For me, this Natural Incense is like the cousin, who no one has actually met, but when they do meet her, they really like her and wonder why they hadn’t made the effort before!

To help me with my review I am going to compare Natural with Nag Champa and see what I think the main differences are. After all they have the same grandparents!

Nag Champa has a bit more bass note and is familiar, rich, deep, floral, complete and overall wonderfully comforting in a 70s kind of way. There is no getting away from it, Nag Champa is what I (and many others) would pick out as the incense you would have burning in an archetypal new age, Indian, hippy shop.

So how does Natural differ? Out of the box Natural it is light, floral and airy, with a gentle sweet perfume. On burning, I would say it is sweeter and slightly richer than Nag Champa. It doesn’t have the hippy gene to the same degree and is not as bold. It is wonderfully pleasant and the floral is an earthy floral, in the way patchouli is earthy. I feel it would make a comforting background incense.

This company do make a whole range of different incense using the “Satya” name. Satya is a Sanskrit word which sums up the constancy in all things. That which is unchangeable. So this is called “Satya Natural Agarbatti”. Agarbatti simply translating as incense.

Overall, sweet, pleasing yet rich incense with mass appeal. Also, Jane just came into my office and voluntarily told me she really liked the smell. So that is another endorsement. So is well worth a try I feel."

By Brett Almond

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