Since Time Immemorial, resins from local trees were found to have sacred properties that assisted healers and spiritual leaders to create sacred space, clear and protect energy. Mixed with flowers, leaves, roots or stems, blends have been created and used for scent, wellbeing and healing. Over time, knowledge about the properties of resins and herbs was shared and improved to the understandings we have today.
Frankincense and Myrrh are the most commonly known sacred resins, but as our knowledge expands, so does the range of sacred herbs and resins. It is beneficial to be aware of Culture and how we use sacred tools from cultures other than our own. Where possible, I will put the origins of the resins to assist with this.
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
These resins are sold for incense or spellwork. They have not been packaged or intended to be used for any other purpose.
The descriptions provided include entertaining and historical use, not recommended use.
Always consult qualified practitioners in herbal medicine.
Blow the horn and begin your irresistible bumpy ride to India. Brace yourself to be surprised and enchanted by the rich aroma, powerful flavours, and contradictory textures of this desi aromatic incense.
The Great Indian Incense is prepared with pure sandalwood powder, aromatic roots, resins, herbs and natural essential oils.
Light a stick, blow out the flame and enjoy the scent wafting around your space.
Packaging: Hessian bag with 25g incense sticks and Incense holder