Rose Incense Booklet

Regular price $7.00

Sometimes, small things are the most treasured things. And we think these incense booklets are ideal for placing into envelopes, along with your handwritten note. (Or keep it for yourself, jan. You deserve one too.)

Each incense booklet comes in a stamped pink QAMI JAN mini envelope. 

The ancient room deodorizer, Papier d'Armenie® (Paper of Armenia), has been trusted for more than one hundred years to quickly and naturally purify the air with a warm, familiar ambiance. 

Papier d'Arménie was born in Paris in 1885 from the experiments of a chemist and a scientist. Their idea came from a journey to Armenia, the highlands where the indigenous Armenian communities used benzoin resin  – derived from the bark of trees and now the major ingredient in these incense papers  –  to purify the air in their homes.

This booklet of scented incense papers contains 36 strips of Papier d'Armenie's Rose fragrance, which was imaged in 2009 by renowned perfume designer Francis Kurkdjian.

Rose is the flower of the Divine Feminine energy. In pagan times, roses were offered to the Armenian goddess Astghik, the goddess of water, beauty, love, and fertility. We Armenians have been known to consume rose, as well as use it for our face and body (rose water, anyone?). Now you can create an olfactory ritual with rose, by burning these Rose incense papers. 


Tips on how to use
- Burn one strip at a time, 3 to 4 times a week
- Fold the strip accordion-style, light an end, place the strip on a burn-safe surface (such as a ceramic dish or incense holder) and gently blow out the flame, allowing the paper to burn slowly, releasing its scent
- Never leave a burning strip unattended
- Do not leave the product within reach of children
- Papier d'Arménie can also be used without burning. Tear off entire sheets and tuck them into note cards, books, dressers, and drawers, allowing these sheets to impart your objects with a subtle, delicate scent


      The Armenian people, worldwide, are in a state of despair. 100 years after the Armenian Genocide, we saw that the loss of our people, homeland, and culture has not ended, most recently with the violent uprooting of Artsakh. We founded QAMI JAN in 2022 to uplift your spirit, to create a renewed sense of hope and resistance. We do this by focusing on our ancient culture and supporting local artisans. We are not relics. We are very much alive. And we will return.

      Please join us in sharing the QAMI JAN spirit.

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