Nag Champa is an Indian fragrance containing frangipani and sandalwood. It may be used in incense, soap, perfume oil, essential oils, candles and personal toiletries, and is common in ashrams and Puducherry
Composition and properties 
Nag Champa contains a large proportion of sandalwood and the frangipani fragrance, which comes from the champa (or plumeria) flower. Nag Champa incenses contain a semi-liquid hygroscopic resin, "halmaddi," taken from the Ailanthus Malabarica tree, which gives them their characteristic grey colour and damp texture. The resin also contains a psychoactive beta-carboline.
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