Made by Yoke Abundance Incense - Box of Twenty
Hand-dipped and California sun-dried. The same fragrance of the Abundance Candle.
Rich spice notes of cinnamon, and clove blend into patchouli with traces of cedar. A warming and woodsy base of oud, amber create a deep earthy and sophisticated scent.
Top notes: Ginger, Cinnamon, Clove
Middle notes: Patchouli, Jasmine, Cedar
Base notes: Patchouli, Oud, Amber
Burn before or after meditation, or in any sacred space to calm, relax, and center.
20 sticks per box.
Charcoal stick, fragrance oil, dipropylene glycol, (DPG is a synthetic binding agent used to aid in burning)
Stemming from the Latin word incendere (‘to burn’), incense refers to an aromatic arrangement of natural fibers—think resin, wood, and herbs—shaped into sticks, spirals, and cones. The practice of burning incense is an ancient art, with many historians tracing the activity back to classical Egypt and parts of Asia. At the time, ritual incense was used by priests as an offering to the gods and sacred incense was used by the religious as a part of their worship. Read More
Light the top of the incense at a slight angle. Allow the flame to burn for five seconds then blow to extinguish. Incense will burn on its own. Incense stick will burn for approximately one hour.
Whether you’re new to incense or just want to expand your practice, burn Abundance incense sticks before or after meditation, or in any sacred space to calm, relax, and center. Pair with our luxurious handmade, brass incense holder to elevate your space.
Popular ways to incorporate incense into your wellness ritual include:
Consider running a solitary bath and replacing candles with incense. Alternatively, light some Ritual, curl up on the sofa with a cup of tea and a book. Allow yourself the space and the time to go within and wash the day away.
Never leave burning incense unattended. Keep lit incense away from children and pets. Keep away from flammable material and surfaces. Burn incense in a non-flammable holder and in a well-ventilated room.
Stemming from the Latin word incendere (‘to burn’), incense refers to an aromatic arrangement of natural fibers—think resin, wood, and herbs—shaped...Read more
Lovely scent! Spreads through room nicely