In Indian, two or three Agarbattis (incense sticks) may be burnt off every day. The popularity of pleasure and aromatherapy have inspired incense sticks sales among customers who want their unusual minutes of silent and pleasure to be treatment and magnificently fragrant.
Agarbatti (known as “incense stick” in English) is created with "punk sticks" and perfumed oils. All the elements are natural materials. The sticks are taken from natural resources or one can import in bulk quantity themselves from suppliers available in the local market and are designed of bamboo bedding. The upper section of each stick is covered with saw dust from machilus wood, a kind of real wood. The saw dust is highly absorbing and maintains perfume well. Grilling is also used to make the absorbing punk and it is preferred in incense sticks created in Indian.
The fresh natural oils are designed from normally fresh plants or from other fragrances or are combined in an oil base. In some case there are artificial fragrances to be added. Small amounts of colour are used too.