The term incense refers to the substance itself, rather than to the odor that it produces. The use of incense dates back to biblical times and may have originated in Egypt, where the gums and resins of aromatic trees were used in religious ceremonies. There are many forms of Chinese incense and its use and formulation theory is strongly tied to Traditional Chinese medicine and are still referred today as "fragrant medicines". Use of incense in dynastic times was as much for promotion of bodily wellbeing as much as for veneration and religious ceremonies. Agarwood (chenxiang) and sandalwood (tanxiang) are the two most important ingredients in Chinese incense. Use of incense in religion is prevalent in many cultures and may have their roots in the practical and aesthetic uses. One common motif is of incense as a form of sacrificial offering to a deity. Incense made from materials such as citronella can repel mosquitoes and other aggravating, distracting or pestilential insects. Currently, more effective pyrethroid-based mosquito repellant incense is widely available in Asia.
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