Is Nag Champa incense toxic

Updated: 4/28/2022
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Yes. Incense sticks are wood, and all wood burning, especially wood burning at low temperatures, generates significant air pollution.

This is why wood fires are sometimes banned - e.g. in New York, and California.

More importantly, the non-wood incense component is quite toxic, even if, like the wood, it is 'natural'.

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