Burning incense increases risk of respiratory tract cancers
Long term use of incense
increases the risk of developing cancers of the respiratory tract, according to a new study. The new analysis, which the authors say is the first prospective investigation of incense
and cancer risk, appears in the October 1, 2008 issue of CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal...
Indian Incense Invades American Senses
Washington: Walk into Lake Forest Mall, White Flint Mall or any other mall in America and the aroma that wafts into your senses is indelibly Indian//.
This is Indian incense
at its zenith, and there is no mistaking the aroma of sandalwood, jasmine or the heady champa.
"We are importing ag...
Taking a bath the Tibetan way
... A bath in divine dew, sunshine, herbal soup, joss-stick smoke or incense
is a Tibetan tradition for health and longevity.//
Sitting in a room lit with homemade joss sticks and incense
is just one of the ways Tibetans bathe. According to the Tibetan medical co...
Benefits Of Aromatherapy
... advises patients to put a few drops of an oil or a combination of oils onto a handkerchief and "fan themselves like Scarlett O'Hara." Burning oils or incense
is not recommended because most are poorly constructed and give off unhealthy fumes and soot.
Who should, or shouldn't, use oils?
Ayurveda Spas are hot in San Francisco
... treatments have also been opened in San Francisco and surrounding area.
One of them is Kabuki Springs and Spa, a Japanese-style spa with burning incense
and flute music, as well as Asian decoration with meditation bells and a Buddha statue.
The Kabuki first opened its doors in 1971, targeting main...
Incense in Medical Dictionary
is composed of aromatic biotic materials. It releases fragrant smoke when burned. The term incense
refers to the substance itself, rather than to the odor that it produces. Religious use of incense
has its origins in antiquity. The burned incense
may be intended as a sacrificial...
...the practice where tobacco is burned and the vapors either tasted or inhaled. The practice began as early as 5000-3000 BC. Many civilizations burnt incense
during religious rituals, which was later adopted... More about Smoking : Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Expected results Alternative ...
Incense in Biological News
Large trees declining in Yosemite
...that had not experienced fires for nearly a century. In these areas, trees changed from fire-tolerant ponderosa pines to fire-intolerant white fir and incense
cedar. In burned areas, however, pines remained dominant.
"We should be aware that more frequent and severe wildfires are possible in Yosemite beca...
Incense is psychoactive: Scientists identify the biology behind the ceremony
... leaders have contended for millennia that burning incense
is good for the soul. Now, biologists have learned...pparently, most present day worshipers assume that incense
burning has only a symbolic meaning.
To determ..., distance, culture, language, and religionburning incense
really does make you feel warm and tingly all over...