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Benzoin Resin - (50g)

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SKU: GRN001507
Benzoin is used as a base for incense blends to attract customers to a place of business and for purification.

Benzoin is used as a base for incense blends to attract customers to a place of business and for purification.

To attract business, burn an incense made from benzoin, cinnamon and basil.

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