Inca Aromas all-natural fair-trade incense. Honey for productivity and lovingness
Honey has a warm soothing and inviting scent. It has been used in rituals for thousands of years and is associated with the goddess Aphrodite, the goddess of beauty and love. In addition, it is thought to be one of the five elixirs of immortality in ancient Hindu texts. It's often said that its essence can "sweeten" the love between people. The "sweeting" effect can extend to co-workers are other situations that need a little encouragement. Each Box contains 4 extra wide Incense sticks. The sticks are approximately 5 inches long and each stick burns for around 90 minutes.
Sustainable, natural and free of toxic products, Inca Aroma's incenses are produced in Brazil. Their main composition is based on plants and resins from all over the world.
In a unique and handcrafted formula, Inca incense sticks are thicker and have a longer burning time than traditional incense sticks. The Essential oils, resins, herbs, leaves, bark, aromatic woods and concentrated oils used are all free of petroleum derivatives, animal origin or testing. In fact, every part of the production, from the toothpick made from reforested wood, charcoal from conscious and certified harvest to the recyclable packaging, made with recycled papers, are all mindful elements that are part of the unique alchemy that is Inca Aromas.
- Each box contains 4 Incense sticks. The Sticks are extra wide and approximately 5 inches long.
- Each stick burns for approximately 90 min.
- Careful and artisanal manufacturing
- Natural, Craft and Therapeutic Incense
Incense has been used universally in ritual and ceremony for thousands of years. Burning incense can be very relaxing and help you create a more sacred space. It's a perfect complement for Tarot readings and is often used for meditation, yoga, or just relaxing at the end of the day.
Always burn your incense in an appropriate fireproof incense burner that will collect the ash as it falls. Inca Aroma’s sticks are known to have a slightly larger toothpick. Please be sure that the stick end fits securely into your holder before burning. Like a candle, a lit incense stick should not be left unattended. Always burn your incense completely before falling off to sleep.
- Hold your stick with the exposed wooden toothpick pointed down. Light the tip as you would a candle and make sure that you develop a full flame.
- Allow the flame to burn for a few seconds, then gently blow out the flame.
- Check the incense tip where the flame was. If your incense was lit correctly, you will see a small glowing ember and a small amount of smoke coming from the tip. If there is no smoke or ember, you may need to repeat the steps above and allow the flame to burn for slightly longer before blowing out the flame.
- After your stick is lit you can gently secure it into the incense holder. Be sure that the tip of the incense is within the boundary of the incense burner, so that any ash can be collected in the burner.
- Enjoy the aroma of your incense