Incense is used for all sorts of reasons which include everything from general fragrancing for relaxation to ritual work relating to the Pagan belief systems. However you use it, we have some wonderful mixes and resins for you to try.
Here's a great technique for Resin Burning
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Small ceramic mortar and Pestle. Small, but very effective, grinds the hardest coated herbs in minutes with very little effort. Grind coarsely, or keep going for a fine powder. Ideal for grinding magical herbs or resins. Mortar measures approx 8cm in diameter (external dimensions), and is accompanied by good, solid pestle. Both the mortar and the pestle have roughened areas to give a good grinding surface.
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Metal tongs for holding charcoal discs whilst lighting. Etched with Celtic Triquetras, these should save a few burnt fingers!
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Metal tongs for holding charcoal discs whilst lighting. Handy for saving a few singed fingers!
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Colphony (Pine resin - Pinus pinaster/palustris) makes a lovely base for Yule incense. Use for purifying and cleansing areas of negativity or during rituals for healing, protection, exorsism and money.
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Dammar resin, also known as cat-eye resin, lifts the spirit and is said to bring light to the darkness of the soul. Dammar resin is particularly useful to combat sadness, depression and melancholy.
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A 200g bag of natural, black Lava sand. Use in the base of ceramic incense burners to stop the heat of the charcoal disc from damaging the burner. Use to represent the element Fire in rituals and spell weaving or use to represent Mother Earth.
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Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) has been used since ancient times. It is believed to assist physical healing and promote feelings of happiness, strength and confidence. Myrrh resin needs to be heated to release the fragrance, this is traditionally achieved by placing a few grains on a hot charcoal disc, which are readily available today.
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Opopanax (Pastinaca opopanax) resin incense dates back to the practices of ancient civilizations, similar to Myrrh in its composition and fragrance. Good for meditation, it is quite calming, with as sweet, earthy fragrance that gives it the common nickname of "Sweet Myrrh." In parts of Africa where it originates, Opopanax Gum is also used to treat snakebites and repel parasites, in ritual crafts it is good to help repel negative energy, psychic vampires, and evil spirits.