Buy Volcanic Ash from Eyjafjallajokull Volcano in Iceland

Do you want to buy volcanic ash from the Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland, which disrupted air traffic across Europe and the world? Well sensing the market need, someone decided to cash in the craze and start selling volcanic ash Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland.

Buy Volcanic Ash from Eyjafjallajokull Volcano

volcanic which delivers Icelandic products to your front door, is selling Icelandic Volcano Ash. says the ash samples are indeed from the eruption, dispatched in a glass jar of 160 grams and shipped to customers in a thick cardboard paperbox.

The *profits* from the sale of the volcanic ash will be donated to ICE-SAR association that provides rescue and  safety services in the Eyjafjallajökull volcanic area and is help in rehabilitation of the area.

So why would you want to buy volcanic Ash from Eyjafjallajokull? To buy a piece of history that caused the  greatest disruption of commercial flights in History or maybe do some charity.

How much does Icelandic volcanic ash cost? A mere 4.894 ISK (Icelandic krona) for the ash, a 3 ISK more for gift wrapping and a few more for international shipping (ISK 5.5 for shipping to India). Since 1 USD = 128.464 ISK, not too expensive.


  1. Hedberg says:

    I wouldn’t have ever thought of selling the ash, but I imagine there is a market for it. Hopefully they will be able to raise some money to help offset the disruption that the volcano caused…

  2. Duncan McClaine says:

    I’ve noticed that are selling it for only $ 26 USD which is cheaper.

  3. Daniel says:

    Does anyone else see something screwy going on with It says the 160gr of ash is less than 10isk for the ash and the shipping, and this website is correct its around 128isk per US$, but when you have nammis convert the prices to US$ it turns into $38? Am I missing something?

  4. Daniel says:

    This place has it for $19, shipping not included.

    But only appears to be 80gr of ash, nammis is selling 160gr, and the nordic store does not list the ash weight but has the same packaging as shopicelandic.

  5. Federo says:

    Are the ashes benefit for our health in some way?

  6. zeeshan says:

    is it in its natural form

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