Why kill mosquitoes? Repel them naturally!
As mosquitoes are becoming resistant to repellents day by day, the fight to eliminate them is getting more challenging than ever. Today newer bug sprays, coils and vaporizing liquids have flooded a market that has moved up to DEET-based chemical repellents, which are highly unsafe and dangerous to human health.
To enable our children and near and dear ones breathe healthy, and stay protected from mosquito bites and life-threatening malaria, we need to switch over to natural alternatives that are effective and healthy as well.
Presenting OMVED Repel Mashaka, the Ayurvedic and natural Dhoop to repel bugs and mosquitoes while purifying your environs.
Why OMVED Repel Mashaka?
- DOES NOT KILL but Repels mosquitoes, bugs, and insects
- Unique blend of Lemongrass, Frankincense, Guggul, Peppermint, Eucalyptus & Neem leaves and Loban
- Purest of ingredients including herbs, resins, and essential oils
- Aromatherapy that purifies surroundings, Antiviral and Antifungal effect
The Repel blend is a 100% Natural, non-toxic and aromatic repellent made using purest ingredients sourced from nature. It DOES NOT KILL MOSQUITOES but effectively keeps them away without using DEET or any other chemicals, most commonly found in repellents.
Repel can be used on a daily basis to ward off bugs and derive the unparalleled benefits of aromatherapy too. This unique Dhoop blend, or incense powder, contains a rare blend of botanicals, which purifies the surroundings.
It is created by blending the purest of herbs and resins – Lemongrass, Frankincense, Guggul, Peppermint, Eucalyptus and Neem leaves, and Loban in a proprietary fusion of pure therapeutic grade essential oils.
Features and Benefits:
- 100% Natural and Non-toxic.
- Purest Herbs & Essential Oils.
- Handmade in the Ayurvedic Tradition.
- Using Pancha-mahabhoota Principles of Ayurveda.
- Potent blend of ayurvedic herbs & resins.
- Ideal for daily use, festivities, rituals & ceremonies.
- Increases Universal Positive Energy.
100% Natural Ingredients make it special
The 100% natural ingredients in this Dhoop, as mentioned in our ancient texts, are known for their beneficial properties that influence our subconscious and surroundings positively. They are sought from their finest sources known to man.
- Lemongrass – Repels insects with citrusy aroma
- Frankincense – Dispels negativity
- Guggul – Lively fragrance
- Peppermint – Unpleasant to mosquitoes and bugs
- Eucalyptus and Neem leaves – Deters mosquitoes
- Loban – Repels bacteria and viruses
Lemongrass, with its citrusy aroma, helps repel mosquitoes due to its citronella content.
Frankincense, dispels negativity from the surrounding atmosphere and cleanses the impurities. It is understood that burning Frankincense daily, ushers in good health and well-being. It has been used for hundreds of years for treating arthritis, healing wounds, strengthening the female hormone system, purifying the atmosphere from undesirable germs.
Guggul, when burnt, releases a lively fragrance which makes it unbearable for mosquitoes and bugs in the surroundings, making it extremely effective to ward them off.
Since minty, lively and citrusy aroma of PeppermintÃ‚ is unpleasant to mosquitoes and bugs, their mere presence can ward them off.
Eucalyptus and Neem Leaves, make for a fresh aromatic combination that naturally deters mosquitoes and keeps them away for a longer period.
Loban, with its medicinal benefits, also repels insects, bacteria and viruses.
Read on further to know more about Dhoops, the uniqueness of OMVED Dhoops are how they are made –
What is Dhoop, Bakhoor, Bakhoom or Dakhoon?
Dhoop is also commonly known as Bakhoor, Bakhoom or Dakhoon, which is, in fact, aromatic incense powder. It is extruded incense without any bamboo stick at its core. Authentically speaking, Dhoop is a powerful blend of 100% natural botanicals, resins and herbs and essential oils such as Frankincense, Sambrani, Vetiver, Cinnamon, Loban and more.
Burning Dhoop is an essential part of aromatherapy to purify our living spaces, influence our subconscious, make our environs fragrant and odor-free, and truly transform our surroundings.
Since ancient times, special kinds of Dhoops were burnt as part of daily rituals, and also during festivities to purify the atmosphere, aid in meditation, repel bugs and mosquitoes, and even protect from negativity. It is also used to usher in the auspicious, invoke divinity, invite prosperity, dispel negativity, uplift our mood and begin the day in a celebratory, joyful manner.
Significance of burning dhoop
According to ancient Ayurveda, burning dhoop represents the smell or gandh aspect of the senses. It also depicts the sattvic or purest form, and hence used for daily worship rituals and ceremonies. Ages ago, in the Indian Ayurveda system – the ancient system of healthcare, dried herbs were used to make natural incense, and were used to prevent infections, purify the environment, energize the vital life and aid in healing, relaxation and concentration.
The principle of Pancha-mahabhoota
Made using the five elements in nature –
Earth – Roots
Water – Stems and Branches
Fire – Flower and Buds
Air – Leaves
Ether –Ã‚ Seeds and Fruits
As per Ayurvedic wisdom, the human body is made up of five elements – Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether. These elements, in various combinations, determine the prakriti or body type of every individual, also known as Dosha. Our Dhoops have been created using this ancient secret of the Pancha-mahabhoota, which means each Dhoop blend is a combination of these five elements.
All our Dhoops are 100% herbal and are blended strictly following this Pancha-mahabhoota principle. We ensure that each blend is a harmonious synergy of seeds and fruits which represent Ether, stems & and branches that represent Water, roots that symbolize Earth, flowers, and buds that represent Fire, and leaves that represent Air.
The Only Dhoops made using Pancha-mahabhoota
Since we are the only manufacturer combining this ancient knowledge with the purest of ingredients, our Dhoops are more effective than others. Thus helping you make the most out of your aromatherapy sessions.
Popular across the world by different names
India is one of the largest exporters of dhoop and incense in the world. Thanks to its roots strongly based in Ayurvedic wisdom. Not only in India, Dhoops have been prevalently used across the world in countries with a rich culture and heritage.
Dhoop is also called Bukhoor, Bakhoor, Dakhoon or even referred to as Bakhoom in Arabic, which is usually associated with scented bricks or a blend of natural ingredients, mostly chips of wood soaked in fragrant oils, resins and essential oils. Bakhoor is traditionally burned in a traditional burner using charcoal briquettes or using a metal charcoal holder. A meagre amount of dhoop, when burnt can transform our living space into an oasis of fragrance and can be used during celebrations, heighten meditation practices, for relaxation, weddings & welcoming guests at home and offices, etc. As a more traditional use, women also use it to give their garments an exotic smell.
It is said that Koh, or high-quality Japanese incense, was brought to Japan by Korean Buddhist monks in the 6th century who used these mystical aromas during special purification rituals. Similarly another version of Dhoop is also known as Agarwood or Jinko in Japanese. Some Japanese samurais would perfume their helmets and armours with incense to achieve an aura of invincibility. In yet another form, incense is referred to as Xiang and incense sticks are known as Joss Sticks in Chinese and were widely used during the Xia, Shang and Zhou dynasty rules. The usage of incense powder and incense sticks such as Frankincense, Rose, Nagchampa, Nightqueen etc, is spread not just in Asia but throughout the world. In fact, Sage and Cedar aromas were used by the indigenous tribes in North America too.
Healing that directly affects the subconscious
Ancient Ayurvedic texts propounded that through the burning of Dhoop, the sense of smell can bypass the rational or conscious mind and can affect the more subtle layers of the human being. Thus it brings about balance and harmony at deeper levels of mind and promotes good health and well-being while also enhancing the mood and creating a pleasant atmosphere.
Effect on Doshas or Ayurvedic prakriti
Lemongrass – Calming effect
Guggul – Increases Pitta
Frankincense – Dispels negativity
Peppermint – Tridosha Balancer
Eucalyptus & Neem Leaves – Energises and cools
Loban – Reduces anxiety
Lemongrass, has a neutral effect on Vata dosha whereas it has a calming and alleviating effect on Pitta and Kapha doshas.
Guggul, has an aggravating effect on Pitta Dosha
For instance, Repel also contains Frankincense, which is Sattvic in nature and hence has a purifying effect on mind and the nervous system. Pitta prakriti people usually have a calming effect of Frankincense. It also relieves anxiety and nervousness associated with a Vata person. Additionally, it also revitalizes the Kapha personality and clears the respiratory tract, nasal and sinus congestion.
Peppermint, is considered as a balancer of all the three doshas – Vata, Pitta and Kapha
Eucalyptus, is heating energetic with a pungent taste. It is known to reduce Vata and Kapha while increasing the Pitta prakriti. Neem leaves, are bitter in taste and hence have a powerful cooling effect. It is most balancing for Pitta prakriti.
Loban, is known as an anti-depressant, it reduces anxiety and has a pacifying effect on the Vata prakriti.
Don’t know your Dosha yet, take this quick test to find out!
So go ahead, purify your surroundings with our exotic range of 100% natural and non-toxic dhoops. We have made your aromatherapy experience even more convenient with our range of accessories such as our quick-lighting charcoal briquettes that are specially created with a bowl-like cavity. They are astonishingly clean burning and non-toxic. You can order our OMVED organic charcoal briquettes alongwith aÃ‚ Charcoal briquette holder.
How to Use:
Ignite a Dhoop charcoal with a cavity, known as a charcoal briquette, specially made for incense burning, such as OMVED Charcoal , on a flame.
After the briquette crackles and glows bright, set it in a container on a bed of sand. You can also use a Dhoopdan or OMVED range of accessories for lighting the Dhoop. The layer of sand under the charcoal should be at least 3/4-1 inch thick.
Gradually fan or blow on the tablet till it is aglow and stops crackling. Use a spoon or tweezers to drop the incense onto the tablet and fan the dhoop to let the aroma spread.
– Don’t discard burning Dhoop in a wastebasket.
– Dip it in water to douse it properly before next use.
– Never leave burning Dhoop unattended in presence of children or pets.
There is no doubt that burning Dhoop to repel bugs and mosquitoes, purify our homes, offices and living spaces is a healthy practice we must follow. However, if you intend to thoroughly purify and cleanse your surroundings, look no further. So why wait, order your Repel Mashaka Dhoop today!