Windrose has a variety of natural products available for wholesale. Use this guide to learn more about the eco-friendly items we offer. Consult our glossary of terms or our bestsellers lists for additional information. Take a look at our downloadable wholesale brochure or click on any of the following product links for more details. If you have questions, please contact us.
Since 1977, Triloka is known for being the best smelling natural aromatherapy incense on the market! All Triloka incense is handmade in India by our fair trade cottage industry partners, with over 150 years of family tradition. Our unique formulas are made by the natural masala method. This age-old method combines sandalwood, herbs, gums, resins, woods and oils into a paste and is hand-rolled onto fine bamboo sticks and sun dried. Triloka incense is used for aromatherapy, purification and meditation. ABSOLUTELY NO DIPPING!
Triloka Premium Incense is handmade using the same traditional masala method as the Triloka Original incense, but the fragrance is naturally enhanced with aromatic botanicals. This gives the Triloka Premium Incense a richer, longer lasting fragrance.
Triloka incense cones are the finest quality, natural hand-pressed incense cones on the market. Our cones are made by the masala method, combining sandalwood, herbs, gums, resins, woods and oils into a paste that is hand-pressed and sun dried.
Our Ayurvedic Chakra incense line has been custom blended to
incorporate ancient knowledge of Vedic medicine and the yogic knowledge
of the energy that emanates through the charkas (energy centers of the
body). Ayurveda, the “science of healthy life” originated in the
Himalayas thousands of years ago. Aromatherapy has been part of this
Vedic tradition for ages. In Ayurveda, certain flowers, woods, herbs,
resins, and oils are recommended to bring about the balance of energy
resulting in a healthy body and mind. We have taken great care to
create incense that not only smells wonderful, but also emits the
beneficial vibrations of the plant essence. In some instances we have
blended the plant in its various forms (i.e. rose oil and rose petals)
to enhance the energy of the incense while burning.
Chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning wheel or vortex. We have seven main Chakras (energy centers).
Each Chakra is connected to certain parts of the body, as well as with our mind and spiritual development. Chakras can be activated and balanced to create a life of harmony, health and spiritual awakening. Our package design for the Chakra incense reflects the traditional symbol and color of each Chakra. The back of the packaging provides an explanation of the Chakra, the special ingredients used, their benefits, as well as general information about Chakras and the science of Ayurveda.
Incense burning is a wonderful tool to support the flow of positive Chi, and to harmonize and energize your home. Triloka Feng Shui incense is custom-blended by traditional incense making families using over 20 natural ingredients, such as fragrant wood powder, herbs, resins, gums, seeds, flowers, leaves, grasses, roots bark and essential oils. All ingredients are hand blended with the utmost care and purity. The blended mixture or “masala” is then hand-rolled onto thin bamboo sticks. Triloka Feng Shui incense offers nine different fragrances, especially composed for all areas of the home.
The nine fragrances are:
Journey (career, path in life)
Element - water; Direction - North; Color - blue
Ingredients: Cinnamon-intuition, creativity, joy; Myrrh-revitalizes, dissolves disturbing influences; Sandalwood-protection, inner peace, harmonizing, attracts love, with other fine ingredients.
Wisdom (education, knowledge)
Element - earth; Direction – Northeast; Color - orange
Ingredients: Sage-purifies, clarifies perception, inspires wisdom, ideal space-clearing agent; Clary Sage – inspiring, balancing supports psychic growth and knowledge, clairvoyance; Lavender – relaxing, balancing, revitalizing, supports good memory; Sandalwood – guidance, protection, inner strength; Frankincense – clears atmosphere, supports reflection and meditation; with other fine ingredients.
Health (family, relationships)
Element – wood; Direction – East; Color – green
Ingredients: Frankincense – clears atmosphere, energizes, harmonizes; Cedarwood – promotes longevity, improves energy, strength; Vetiver – centering grounding, balancing; Spikenard – calming, balancing, dispels feelings of fear; with other fine ingredients.
Prosperity (wealth, abundance)
Element – wood; Direction – Southeast; Color – green
Ingredients: Basil – attracts prosperity, dedicated to Lakshmi, the Indian goddess of wealth and prosperity; Cedarwood – strength, success, prosperity; sandalwood – protection, guidance, evokes a sense of well being and abundance; Vetiver – grounding – good luck, success; with other fine ingredients.
Element – fire; Direction – South; Color red
Ingredients: Myrrh – dissolves disturbing influences, energizes and attracts good luck and success; Costus – attracts love, harmonizing; Cassia – warming, relaxing, good luck; Sandalwood – protection, guidance, supports spiritual growth; with other fine ingredients.
Love (marital happiness, relationships)
Element – earth; Direction – Southwest; Color – yellow
Ingredients: Jasmine – aphrodisiac, promotes happiness; Rose petals – Inspiring, traditional fragrance of love, Lavender – relaxing, clears the atmosphere, attracts positive chi; Patchouli – aphrodisiac, grounding, balancing with other fine ingredients.
Creativity/Luck of Kids (creative endeavors, children)
Element – metal; Direction – West; Color – metallic
Ingredients: Rose – inspiring, attracts love and compassion, Cedarwood – instills confidence, strength, success; orange – uplifting, energizing, refreshing, patchouli – grounding, balancing, with other fine ingredients
Guidance (mentors, helpful people)
Element – metal; Direction – Northwest; color metallic
Ingredients: Camphor – clarifies, refreshes, supports concentration, awareness, good judgment; Lemon – creative energy, joy, revitalizes; Cinnamon – activates creativity, inspiration, relaxing calming; Sandalwood – guidance, mediation, protection; with other fine ingredients.
Wholeness (completion, center)
Ingredients: Myrrh – dissolves disturbing influences, grounding, balancing; Frankincense – clears the atmosphere, supports reflection, meditation; Cedarwood – energizing, harmonizing, instills confidence; Sandalwood – protection, guidance, evokes a sense of well being; with other fine ingredients.
Triloka Ayurvedic incense is hand blended and hand rolled. The base is
a sandalwood powder combined with traditional mixtures of herbs, gums,
resins, etc. The herbs used are from a traditional Ayurvedic recipe.
Herbs and resins with various qualities are blended in their natural form. No oils are used, only frankincense and gum type resins. All this is ground together along with the sandalwood powder to create a masala or mixture of herbs.
Traditionally, these herbs, or masala, were burned on coals. We have rolled these herbs onto bamboo sticks to make them easier to use. The nature of the substance used in the Ayurvedic incense requires that it be thicker, therefore these sticks have a longer burning time than most.
We highly recommend the Ayurvedic incense for meditation and other types of relaxing or healing activities. They can also be used to create smoke for “clearing” crystals and other objects. These types of herbs would traditionally be burned in public places or in temples to insure the attraction of good spirits or to alleviate any negative entities in the atmosphere.
Triloka Ayurvedic Meditation incense is based on the Ayurvedic Tri-Dosha system of balance. Triloka Ayurvedic Meditation incense is intended to be “dosha-enhnacing”. Use Vatta to increase the “Air” dosha, for example.
Ayurvedic Red – Pitta (Fire)- This incense is prepared following the genuine, traditional blending of incense. This completely herbal mixture contains more than eighty pure, aromatic Ayurvedic herbs. The mild aroma of this incense is perfect for spreading peace and aroma in meditation and healing ceremonies.
Ayurvedic Blue – Vatta (Air) - Prepared strictly in accordance with ancient traditional incense manufacturing techniques. Uses many rare Ayurvedic aromatic and purifying herbs, roots and resins.
Ayurvedic Green- Kapha (Water) - This stick is a traditional blend of ten Ayurvedic spices and herbs. According to Ayurveda, burning of these ten ingredients has a purifying and soothing effect on atmosphere and mind.
Our Global Shaman Native American smudges are sustainably harvested by Native Americans. A portion of sales supports a Native American reservation cooperative, an initiative that is providing hope for a community in poverty. The different herbs used in our smudges are grown and harvested by Native Americans in a sustainable manner that preserves their natural habitat. Our smudges are packaged in biodegradable bags, with eco-friendly hangtags, in keeping with our commitment to the environment.
For centuries smudging, the burning of aromatic herbs, has been believed to release the beneficial properties of each plant. Properties of these herbs are listed below:
The White Sage Smudge is the most common incense burning plant used by Native Americans.
White Sage (Salvia Apiana) is traditionally used as a space clearing plant, to remove negative energy indoors and out. It supports healing rituals, sweat lodge ceremonies and festivals. Its fresh herbal fragrance rejuvenates the mind and enhances mental clarity and memory.
Our Mountain Sage, Cedar, Lavender and Lavender Smudge strengthens and provides new energy in times of mental and physical exhaustion, recharges the energy of indoor and outdoor spaces and provides balance and grounding. Lavender grows in warm, dry climates. It is balancing, refreshing, soothing and grounding.
Cedar grows at high altitudes and carries the energy of clarity and strength which is released when burning. Cedar transforms negative vibrations and recharges space with new energy.
Yerba Santa is used to strengthen the mind and lead to trust and inner growth. It is burned to neutralize harmful energy and to support healing ceremonies. It is said to strengthen the mind and lead to trust and inner growth.
The Mountain Sage Smudge is used to promote new beginnings, strength, and space clearing. Mountain Sage (Artemisisa Tridentata) also called Desert Mugwort, grows at high altitudes and in arid desert climates. It collects the energy surrounding it and releases it when burned. It strengthens and provides new energy in times of exhaustion.
Our Sage and Cedar Smudge is used to encourage transformation, strength and clarity. Sage and cedar grow at high altitude and carry the energy of clarity and strength which is released when burning. They transform negative vibrations and recharge space with new energy.
Palo Santo is an aromatic wood used for thousands of years as a healing incense by Shamans and the ancient Incas. Today, Palo Santo continues to be sustainably harvested in the dry forests of Ecuador and Peru. Harvesting occurs only after the tree has died and laid untouched in its natural habitat for several years. This process permits the sacred, medicinal and mystical properties of the wood to manifest. Palo Santo is gaining global awareness for its healing qualities. Palo Santo has a citrus aroma with underlying hints of frankincense. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of our Palo Santo is dedicated to replanting Palo Santo trees. Triloka Palo Santo is packaged in biodegradable bags with eco-friendly tags.
Our Triloka perfume oils are a blend of plant and flower essences in a vegetable oil base. No harmful chemicals or alcohol are used. Our Triloka perfume oils are produced without animal testing, and no dyes or harmful chemicals are used. Natural essential oils are used whenever possible; however some fragrances utilize natural identicals. Since Windrose Trading Co. does not manufacture the Triloka perfume oils, we are unable to provide our customers with the exact ingredients in our oils. We have been assured that all ingredients are of the highest quality. Customers with a specific allergy to any oil product should not use Triloka perfume oils. Our oils are for external use only.
Triloka oils are guaranteed 100% pure essential oils and are carefully tested by optical rotation, rotational index, specific gravity and a gas chromatograph. We offer 30 different fragrances, packaged in amber glass bottles with an invert stopper for easy use. Not for undiluted use on the skin. One brochure containing valuable usage and blending information which promotes sales and a deeper interest in aromatherapy is included at no charge with each essential oil we sell.
100% Pure essential oils blended with a base of fractioned coconut oil (5% essential oils). Contains 10 ml / 1/3 fl oz. Roll-on bottle. Suitable for direct application to the skin.
Root Chakra- Grounding, nurturing, strengthening with Sandalwood, Spikenard, Juniper and Hina flower.
Sacral Chakra- Inspiring, soothing, sensual with Ylang-Ylang, Cypress, Patchouli and Myrtle.
Solar Plexus Chakra - Encouraging, soothing, calming with high-altitude Lavender, Fennel, Sandalwood, Cardamom and Champa flower.
Heart Chakra - Exhilarating, awakening, balancing with high-altitude Lavender, Rose Geranium, Rose Otto and Bergamot
Throat Chakra - Clarifying, inspiring, balancing with Bergamot, Sandalwood, Spruce, and Davana flower
Third Eye Chakra - Transforming, awakening, clarifying with Basil, Camphor, Rosemary and high-altitude Lavender
Crown Chakra - Unifying, enlightening, and meditative with high-altitude Lavender, Neroli, Benzoin and Frankincense
Soapstone is a soft stone, perfect for carving. It retains heat well and is 100% fire-proof. Our soapstone diffusers are individually hand-carved and come in a variety of colors. (Sorry we cannot honor color requests). To use our diffusers fill the diffuser bowl with water and approximately 10 drops of Triloka essential oil. Place a tea light in the bottom of the diffuser, light, and enjoy! For oil blending recipes and usage information see our Triloka Essential Oil brochure.
Most of our wooden incense stands are made in India from Sheesham wood,
an inexpensive hardwood which is commercially grown. The harvesting
process is carefully monitored by the Indian government and it is
actually illegal for anyone other than foresters to cut down a living
The manufacturer of these items is a small cottage industry with three generations of wood crafters. Designs are enhanced by carving, saw work, and brass or wood inlay.
Soapstone is a soft stone, perfect for carving. It retains heat well
and is 100% fire-proof. Our soapstone hand-carved incense bottles
come in a variety of colors. (Sorry we cannot honor color requests).
To use our incense bottles: Light the tip of incense stick and after a few seconds blow out the flame. Push unlit end of stick into inside of incense bottle stopper. Replace stopper and stick will burn while suspended inside bottle.
Our Shaman smudge bowls are made in India from buffalo horn, which is a
waste product. Buffalo are as highly regarded as cows in India, and
would never be killed for their horns, meat, hides, etc. Horns used to
make our Shaman smudge bowls are only from animals that have died from
The unique designs on the bowls are imprinted using a heat process. These bowls are safe for use with our Global Shaman® smudges, but are not intended to be used for burning charcoal.
We offer a variety if artistically handcrafted incense holders made from 100% recycled aluminum. The radiance of these fully polished aluminum products reflects simplicity and elegance in design. Some of these items are delicately embossed on both sides using traditional Tibetan designs to create a unique and intricate look.
The handmade paper for our unique gift wrap and bags comes from recycled cotton fabric scraps (from new materials) left behind by India’s busy textile industry. Triloka eco-gift wrap and bags are environmentally friendly and wood free, using the renewable resource of cotton fiber. A variety of designs and rich colors are available. Free swatches of our gift wrap available by request.
Our beautiful glass perfume bottles are available in a variety of jewel tones and sizes. The bottles are perfect to store perfume oil, or for decoration.
Agnihotra, from the ancient science of Ayurveda, is the process of purification of the atmosphere and thus the mind through the agency of fire. Our kit contains pyramid, stand, spoon, offering bowl, tongs, audio CD & information flyer. For more information visit www.agnihotra.org.
Our tea light holders are crafted from natural soapstone in unique designs by our Fair Trade partners in India. Soapstone naturally comes in a variety of colors, no two pieces are identical.
Our Rainbow Silk bags are handmade from remnants of hand painted silk designer fabric. The Nepali supplier of these bags has worked with us for over twenty years. Profits from their company support a large Tibetan Buddhist monastery lodging over 200 monks.
Our Brocade Bags are hand sewn in Nepal. The company supplying us with the brocade bags was established to support a Tibetan monastery in Katmandu, Nepal. The sale of these bags supports over 200 monks living in exile. The brocade fabric is a silk blend.
Our beautiful diaries are eco-friendly and wood-free, to protect our environment. These exquisite diaries are made in India from a very special paper. Each sheet is handmade using recycled cotton fabric. All of the cover images are hand-painted on original vintage or silk-screened paper.
A singing bowl is a type of bell shaped as a bowl. They come in many
shapes and sizes and ours are made using seven metals: copper, tin,
iron zinc, lead, silver and gold. Singing bowls were traditionally made
throughout Asia. The tradition continues today in Nepal, India, China,
and Japan. Vibration is the most essential characteristic of singing
bowls. For centuries the pure vibrations of singing bowls have been
used for healing, meditation, making music and purifying negative
influences. Doctors have used them for diagnostics, Monks used them for
offerings, and Shamans used them for esoteric purposes.
How to play a singing bowl: Singing bowls are played by striking or “singing”. Bells are made to be struck, and singing bowls sound wonderful when struck with a soft mallet or wooden stick. Larger bowls may also be made to “sing” by rubbing a stick around the lip of the bowl, which produces a chord of harmonic tones. The sound is soothing and relaxing, inducing peace and tranquility.
Care Instructions: Wash with soapy water to clean, and dry thoroughly. Do not drop on a hard surface or hit with another metal object.
Our Tingshas are made in sets of two, and matched according to the tone. They are made of a special alloy with the thickness and shape being important elements in creating the beautiful overtones. The Tibetan Tingshas are traditionally used for ceremonial functions throughout the Himalayan regions of Nepal, Tibet, India and Bhutan. When struck together the sound fills the atmosphere with reverberating overtones and helps one to clear the mind of thoughts. Tingshas are used before a meditation sitting or while chanting mantras. They can also be used with certain instruments but are not specifically tuned. Various motifs accompany the Tingshas - the most popular are mantras, the eight auspicious symbols, or dragons. The dragon is a symbol of supreme spirituality and the image of divine power of transformation.
Copper Facts: Copper was the first metal known to man. For 10,000 years it has been fashioned into jewelry and small tools. Copper has high conductivity, is malleable and flexible which explains its extensive use, from electrical wiring to building materials. Recent research shows that copper inhibits bacterial growth. Copper is also an important mineral, necessary for metabolism of all living organisms. We ingest it through different foods.
Uses of Copper Bracelets : The use of metals for medicinal purposes is found throughout recorded history. For more than 30 years copper bracelets have been popular. There have been claims that the wearing of copper bracelets alleviates the symptoms of arthritis, rheumatism, tendonitis, and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Caution: These copper bracelets are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. Do not use this product as a substitute for necessary treatment. Consult a physician before use if any medical condition exists.
Cleaning instructions: Bracelet may discolor with use.
Immerse in a mixture of white vinegar and table salt and copper will shine like new! Rinse with water and dry immediately.
All of our copper bracelets come with information cards about copper bracelets, and bracelets containing magnets, dragons, or mantras have explanations of those features as well.
Magnet Facts: Magnetic fields can be generated by natural phenomena, i.e. the earth’s magnetism, solar storms or the chemical reactions in the human body. They are also created by electrical devices such as motors, power lines, computers, etc. While strong magnetic fields of electrical equipment can be harmful to health, controlled magnetic fields can be used to increase physical health and healing. Research has shown that magnetic field therapy may alleviate and reduce pain, improve circulation and support the body’s healing abilities. Learn more about magnetic field therapy over the internet or at the library.
Dragon Lore: In China the Dragon is an auspicious symbol of spirituality and the
power of transformation. It represents “Yang,” the masculine energy,
strength, activity and the principals of heaven. Thus it is the emblem
of the Imperial Family. Feng Shui uses the Dragon as the principal
symbol of good land formations and the Dragon’s breath “Chi” is the
symbol of cosmic breath or life energy. Chinese astrology shows the
Dragon as the symbol for the years 2000, 1988, 1976, 1964, 1952, 1940,
1928, etc. We wish you good luck with this powerful symbol.
OM Namah Shivaya : The Mantra (prayer) “OM Namah Shivaya” means “I honor the divine within.” In Asian tradition, Mantras appear on art or objects of daily use as a reminder to practice silent prayer. These Mantras are regarded as protective and liberating
Our Sandalwood bracelets are made from a total of 28 pure Mysore Sandalwood beads from Southern India. Based on Vedic and Buddhist tradition, the large bead represents the teacher or teachings, and is called the Meru Bead, named after the mystical mountain named Meru. Sandalwood is calming, cooling and helps to facilitate meditation. The natural fragrance of the sandalwood beads will last for years, with no oils added.
The term “Rudraksha” has been derived from the combination of two
Sanskrit words, Rudra meaning “Lord Shiva” and aksha meaning tears.
Based on Vedic and Hindu scriptures, the mystical powers of the
Rudraksha beads are said to bring the wearer health, happiness, and
success, and to facilitate meditation.
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