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  • 4.95

    Benzoin Resin Incense

    Benzoin Resin Incense has a  sweet vanilla-like aroma. Catholic Churches use gum benzoin as a major component of the type of church incense. In addition Orthodox Christian churches use it in Russia and some other countries. Incense users use it  in the Arab states of the Persian Gulf and India, where they burn it on charcoal as. Also used in the production of Bakhoor (scented wood chips) as well as various mixed resin incense in the Arab countries and the Horn of Africa. Manufacturers of Japanese, Indian and Chinese incense also use bezoin.

    Use this resin in charcoal burners and on incense burner sieves. Using a metal spoon, add a very small amount of resin on top of the hot charcoal releasing the fragrant incense smoke. Repeat as desired until the charcoal is exhausted. When finished, allow the charcoal to completely cool in the burner before discarding. When in doubt, dowse it with water.

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  • 16.50

    Brass Resin Burner

    The Brass Resin Burner is used with Charcoal Discs to burn resin incense. You can also use it as a normal incense stick burner by adding sand to the burner.

    Using a metal spoon, add a very small amount of resin on top of the hot charcoal releasing the fragrant incense smoke. You can repeat as desired until you exhaust the charcoal. When finished, allow the charcoal to completely cool in the burner before discarding. When in doubt, dowse it with water.

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  • 21.00

    Brass Resin Burner Brown

    The Brass Resin Burner Brown is used with Charcoal Discs to burn resin incense. You can also use it as a normal incense stick burner by adding sand to the burner.

    Decorative and indispensable for purification rituals and incense ceremonies.

    Attention. The Incense burner will get very hot and needs to be placed on a fireproof plate.

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  • 6.50

    Gum Dammar Resin Incense

    Gum Dammar Resin Incense is also called dammar, or damar gum. It is a resin obtained from a particular family of trees in India and East Asia. Most Dammar is produced by tapping trees. However, some is collected in fossilised form on the ground

    Use this resin in charcoal burners and on incense burner sieves. Using a metal spoon, add a very small amount of resin on top of the hot charcoal releasing the fragrant incense smoke. Repeat as desired until the charcoal is exhausted. When finished, allow the charcoal to completely cool in the burner before discarding. When in doubt, dowse it with water.

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  • 4.00

    Lavender Resin Incense 25g

    Lavender Resin Incense brings a deeper sense of calm, relaxation and peace. It is most beneficial for a sleeping area or a stressful space.

    Use this resin in charcoal burners and on incense burner sieves. Using a metal spoon, add a very small amount of resin on top of the hot charcoal releasing the fragrant incense smoke. You can repeat as desired until the charcoal is exhausted. When finished, allow the charcoal to completely cool in the burner before discarding. When in doubt, dowse it with water.

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  • 9.50

    Myrrh Resin Incense

    Myrrh Resin Incense is extracted from a number of small, thorny tree species. Throughout history people have used it as a perfume, incense and medicine. Mixing Myrrh with posca or wine was common across ancient cultures, for general pleasure and as an analgesic.

    Use this resin in charcoal burners and on incense burner sieves. Using a metal spoon, add a very small amount of resin on top of the hot charcoal releasing the fragrant incense smoke. You can repeat as desired until the charcoal is exhausted. When finished, allow the charcoal to completely cool in the burner before discarding. When in doubt, dowse it with water.

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  • 4.00

    Myrrh Resin Incense 25g

    Myrrh Resin Incense is extracted from a number of small, thorny tree species. Throughout history people have used it as a perfume, incense and medicine. Mixing Myrrh with posca or wine was common across ancient cultures, for general pleasure and as an analgesic.

    Use this resin in charcoal burners and on incense burner sieves. Using a metal spoon, add a very small amount of resin on top of the hot charcoal releasing the fragrant incense smoke. You can repeat as desired until the charcoal is exhausted. When finished, allow the charcoal to completely cool in the burner before discarding. When in doubt, dowse it with water.

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  • 7.50

    Patchouli Amber Resin Incense

    Patchouli Amber Resin Incense is a mix of Sandalwood powder, Patchouli essential oil and Amber essential oil.

    Use this resin in charcoal burners and on incense burner sieves. Using a metal spoon, add a very small amount of resin on top of the hot charcoal releasing the fragrant incense smoke. Repeat as desired until the charcoal is exhausted. When finished, allow the charcoal to completely cool in the burner before discarding. When in doubt, dowse it with water.

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  • 8.50

    Sandalwood Resin Incense

    The Sandalwood Resin Incense is to be used in charcoal burners, and on  special incense burner sieves. In those burners, the burning process will be slower than on charcoal. You may readily mix this incense with other kinds, provided you will use a slightly larger burner.

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