Scientific name: Litsaea glutinosa
Traditional name: Makko (Japan), Laha (Nepal), Nanmu (China)
Attention, many people know this product as Makko (Machilus thumbergii), Laha is a variety that is used in India, Nepal, Tibet and some areas of China, has a superior bonding power and is odorless.
Tree of the Lauraceae family (Laurel, Cinnamon), distributed in tropical and sub-tropical areas of Southeast Asia
Indispensable for making incense pastes to be modeled on Tibetan-style sticks, bamboo sticks, cones, or other systems for compacting your mixture of aromatic plants.
Excellent binder and fuel.