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Impepho Yokushunqisa - Incense Cups
  • Impepho Yokushunqisa - Incense Cups

    Impepho Yokushunqisa - Incense Cups - (Tulasi)

    Each pack contains x12 Incense Cups / x1 Metal plate stand.


      Impepho Yokushunqisa

      Ukhipe Imimoya Emibi - (He cast out evil spirits).

      Nokukhuluma Namadlozi Ucele Izinhlanhla - (Talking to the Ancestors and Asking for Good Luck).




      Place the metal holder on a fire proof heat resistant surface. Place the incense cups on the metal holder provided. Light the tip until it flames. Once tip is glowing, carefully blow out the flame.


      Traditional Healers of Southern Africa:


      Sangoma - a witch doctor, healer, or herbalist. They fulfill different social and political roles in the community, including divination, healing physical, emotional and spiritual illnesses, directing birth or death rituals, finding lost cattle, protecting warriors, counteracting witchcraft, and narrating the history, cosmology, and concepts of their tradition. There are two main types of traditional healers within the Nguni, Sotho-Tswana, and Tsonga societies of Southern Africa: the diviner (sangoma), and the herbalist (Nganga).


      Nganga -  is a Kikongo language term for herbalist or spiritual healer in many African societies and also in many societies of the African diaspora such as those in Haiti, Brazil, and Cuba. It is derived from *-ganga in Proto-Bantu which means "medicine". As this term is a multiple reflex of a Proto-Bantu root, there are slight variations on the term throughout the entire Bantu-speaking world.


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