Instructions on Burning Resins or Powders
Use cup, bowl or incense burner deep enough to fill with earth or sand. Light charcoal on bottom edge until coal begins to ignite, sit charcoal on earth or sand within burner. Let sit for a brief period; until the coal has started to glow, then place resins or powder on charcoal. These coals will burn for an hour or so. Continue to place resins or powder on charcoal as they burn out and smoke decreases for a continuous burning. Once charcoal is lit, it should burn out thoroughly for the full period of time; it can not be extinguished and re-lit at another time.
My order arrived promptly and I am very impressed with the quality of the amber resin and frankincense and myrrh. They are wonderful. I will return often to your website and recommend it highly to all! Peace, V.H (MA)
Incense is an art, the ancient art of blending together fragrant gifts of nature into forms conducive for transport and release. Resins, herbs, spices, oils, flowers, leaves, barks and more are gathered and combined (using specific formulas) to create stick incense; cone incense; spiral and coil incense ; joss and dhoop sticks (incense without the stick in the middle); loose as well as bundled - to name a few. Just light the tip, blow it out and be transported - unlock and release these treasures of nature into your atmosphere. Incense stimulates and heightens the senses. - The many uses of incense?... to awaken and for pleasant dreams, to vitalize and to sooth, to heal and calm the emotions, to center the mind and enhance meditation, to uplift and energize, clear scattered thoughts and be at peace.
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