HOW TO GUIDE

HOW TO BURN INCENSE STICKS

HOW TO BURN INCENSE STICKS

Light the tip of your incense stick with either a lighter or matches until it flames.

Once the incense glows, blow or fan the flame out.

Then, place the incense in a safe, fireproof burner.

If you don’t have a safe incense burner, we’re got plenty to choose from!

Shop our incense holder range here.

 

HOW TO BURN SACRED STONES IN AN OIL BURNER

HOW TO BURN SACRED STONES IN AN OIL BURNER

Place 1 tablespoon of stones in your oil burner. No water is necessary like with oils in an oil burner.

Light an unscented tea-light underneath.

You should get around two tealights worth of scent. Once the scent is finished, discard the stones.

Have a read of our journal post for other unique ways of burning your Sacred Stones.

 

HOW TO BURN SACRED STONES, FRANKINCENSE, OUDH & RESINS ON CHARCOAL

HOW TO BURN SACRED STONES, FRANKINCENSE, OUDH & RESINS ON CHARCOAL

Make sure you have a safe, heat-proof incense burner.

Hold the charcoal carefully – ideally with tongs – and use a lighter to heat the charcoal until it begins to crackle and glow. Place the charcoal in the burner and wait for it to fully heat (around 1 minute). Then, place your choice of Sacred Stones, resins or loose incense on top and enjoy.

Putting sand in the bottom of your burner keeps the burner in good shape longer.

HOW TO SMUDGE YOUR SPACE

HOW TO SMUDGE YOUR SPACE

Set your intention. Use a mantra of choice or simply feel calm and ready to welcome in positive energy.

Light your herb or resin of choice then blow out the flame. You always want the smoke, NOT the flame.

Clear your body and space. Wave the smoke under your feet to the top of your head and around your space.

For a more thorough step-by-step guide on how to smudge your space have a read of our journal post – how to cleanse your home.

 

HOW TO BURN RESINS, OUDH & LOOSE INCENSE WITHOUT CHARCOAL

HOW TO BURN RESINS, OUDH & LOOSE INCENSE WITHOUT CHARCOAL

Choose your favourite net burner and light an unscented tealight underneath.

Place your chosen incense, resin or both on top of the net in any combination you like. This gives you a beautiful scent experience with less smoke and a slower burn.

Lightly scrub the net/mesh plate with washing up liquid to clean when needed.

 

HOW TO BURN DHOOP CONES

HOW TO BURN DHOOP CONES

Light the tip of your incense dhoop cone with either a lighter or matches until it flames.

Once the cone glows, blow or fan the flame out.

Then, place the cone on a safe, fireproof burner.

If you don’t have an ideal incense cone burner, we’re got plenty of choices.

The most popular for burning cones would be our charcoal burners or incense box holders.

 

HOW TO MAKE FRANKINCENSE WATER

HOW TO MAKE FRANKINCENSE WATER

Add a piece of either Royal or Royal Green Hojari frankincense into a litre of water. Leave the bottle at room temperature for 24hours then place in the fridge.

The same resin can be used again by adding more water until the water no longer becomes cloudy. The water should be used within 3 months.

Drink through the day or as often as you wish to make the most of the amazing healing benefits of frankincense.

HOW TO BURN OUDH & BAKHOOR

HOW TO BURN OUDH & BAKHOOR

These precious woods are best burned on a charcoal free net burner. This ensures for a soft, slow burn.

Oudh woods and bakhoor are also great when burned on charcoal as is tradition. Although it will be a big, intense burn, it will burn very quickly because of the intense heat.

 

 

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