lol these guys make that stuff for youI don't know if it is just me, but I burn Nag Champa insense in the car and keep a few sticks in the center console. I love the way the car smells.
http://www.savethenagchampa.com/Hunters use small arrows with blunt, rounded tips that stun the Nag Champa. They collect the Nag Champa alive so that scent glands are full when the extraction process begins. On an average day, each hunter collects a dozen or more Nag Chmapa. Each man is paid up to 12 cents per Nag Chamapa. When mixed with a base oil, the oil collected from one Nag Champa is enough to make roughly 16 ounces of Nag Champa scented oil or in other words, a thousand or so sticks of incense can be produced from each animal. The producers of the Nag Champa products are simply profiteers, who could care less about this poor defenseless creature or it's importance to the eco system of it's habitat.