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Kyphi: Heart Of Kapet


Kyphi is the traditional and timeless fragrance of Ancient Egypt. (Originally known as Kapet, "Kyphi" is the Greek translation.) There are as many recipes for it as there are Pharaohs. Kyphi was burned in temples, homes, worn in the hair, and used as offerings to the Gods. Kyphi is used for thanks, prayers, for continued good fortune, and for sexual conquest. A home or temple without Kyphi was thought to go unnoticed by the Gods. 


My Kyphi worship potion is based off of my hand-rolled Kyphi incense recipe which my mother brought back from Egypt in 1982. A modern twist on a centuries-old tradition - Sexy, resiny, slightly spicy and woody, with notes of Camel Grass, Palm Wine, Egyptian Copal, Cairo Lotus, Antique Sandalwood, three Egyptian Myrrhs and two Frankincense oils blend in harmonium with two North African Storaxs and assorted woods. Truly fit for Heaven.


A traditional Egyptian fragrance, raisins, wine, lemongrass, myrrh, copal, benzoin, honey, frankincense, cardamom, galangal, orris, storax (amber) cinnamon, cedar, vetiver, lotus, sandalwood, and more.


Created by: Danna Taylor

Label art: Egyptian papyrus tapestry

October 2007


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