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  • What are incense sticks?
    • Incense holder for safe burning
    • Incense burners for safe smoking
    • What do you need incense sticks for?
    • 3 benefits of incense sticks
    • Buy smoking accessories
  • What are incense cones?
    • Incense smoker for the Christmas season
    • How are incense cones made?
    • 3 benefits of incense cones
  • How do you smoke with charcoal?
    • Fast-igniting charcoal for short smoking
    • Natural smoking charcoal for long smoking
    • 3 advantages of smoking charcoal
    • How do you smoke with charcoal?
      • 6 things you need for smoking
      • Proper smoking in 7 steps
      • Our tip for smoking herbs and resins
      • Safety instructions for smoking with charcoal
  • Incense sieve and warmer
    • 6 things you need to smoke with the fragrance lamp
    • How to smoke with a fragrance lamp
    • Incense burner with sieve
  • What is an incense burner?
    • Clean incense sieve properly
  • 4-step guide: cleaning incense burners and incense burners
  • Incense sticks with Nag Champa
Traditional smoking all over the world
  • Evening incense in ancient Egypt
    • What incense did the pharaohs use?
    • Carry out evening smoking yourself
      • Recipe for the evening incense
  • Arabia and the Incense Route
    • How is incense traditionally used in Arabia?
  • Incense in Feng Shui and Traditional Chinese Medicine
    • Feng Shui: Incense for Room Clearing
      • Room clearing with incense in 7 steps
      • Incense for space clearing
    • Smoking in TCM: moxa therapy
    • Boshan: Chinese incense burners
      • What are scented smoke burners traditionally used for?
  • Japanese Kōdō Ceremony: The Way of Fragrance
  • incense in Christianity
  • Ayurveda and incense in India
  • Incense in Tibetan medicine
  • Smoking: Tibetan tradition
  • Rite: incense in shamanism
The 51 most famous incenses
 

incense

Under the term incense you will find various substances that are suitable for incense. The special thing about the incense is that it slowly glows down at comparatively low temperatures, releasing the scents and active ingredients. Various forms have been developed for spiritual, medical and ceremonial incense, which make it easier for you to use the individual substances.

 

What are incense sticks?

Incense sticks are incense whose substances have been pressed or rolled into a stick shape. Depending on the manufacturing process, the incense is pressed or kneaded and usually contains a thin wooden or bamboo stick as a carrier. However, there are also incense sticks that are made without a wooden base.

        • Incense in stick form
        • Pressed or rolled smoldering materials
        • With and without support wood

Incense holder for safe burning

In order for the incense sticks to burn safely, they need a fixed holder. You can buy these in online shops, for example. There you have a large selection of versatile motifs and high-quality materials - you can choose them to match your interior design or spiritual motifs to support your energetic work. Incense stick holders are usually made of soapstone, ceramic or wood and have a hole in which you can insert the stick to burn it. Some also have gutters for the falling ash. Incense towers are also popular, in which you position the sticks and through the openings the smoke is drawn out like small wafts of mist.

      • Incense sticks require a fixed mount
      • High quality materials for incense holders
      • Incense stick holders with spiritual motifs for energy work

Incense burners for safe smoking

Classic incense accessories include high-quality incense burners. These holders for the incense are made of ceramic, clay or brass, among other things. Incense columns, incense lanterns, incense bowls, incense stick holders as well as wall mounts for swiveling vessels and much more can already be bought online today. The main purpose of this incense accessory is to enable the incense to burn safely and comfortably. They generally offer an attractive design ranging from traditional shapes and patterns to modern variants.

      • incense column
      • incense lantern
      • incense bowls
      • incense stick holder
      • Suspension for swivel vessels
 

What do you need incense sticks for?

The incense sticks, also called mag sticks, are mainly used in Asia. They are used in many Far Eastern religions from Buddhism to Confucianism to Hinduism. They are mostly used in religious ceremonies or burned during spiritual meditation. The task of incense sticks is generally the energetic cleaning of an area.

      • Incense sticks for religious ceremonies
      • Incense sticks for spiritual meditation
      • Energetic cleansing with incense sticks
 

3 benefits of incense sticks

The most important advantage of using incense sticks is that they are easy to use. All you need is a chopstick, a suitable holder and a lighter. If you position the incense stick firmly in the appropriate holder, you only have to light it and it will burn down without further action. You can neither make mistakes with the dosage nor mix the materials unfavorably with each other. When you buy incense sticks, you get a balanced fragrance composition that has a traditionally handed-down effective range.

      1. Easy to use
      2. Few accessories required
      3. Balanced fragrance composition

Buy smoking accessories

The classic incense consists of natural substances suitable for smoking, such as resins and herbs. In addition to this, other products for smoking are used. The focus is on safety when handling the fire and the ashes. Here it is all about high-quality incense burners and incense burners. Incense sieves, incense sand, charcoal and aroma lamps are other important helpers for burning incense comfortably and safely. In addition, products should be selected for the professional cleaning of smoking utensils in order to be able to use them for as long as possible.

 

What are incense cones?

The incense cones, also called incense cones, are small cones made of incense that are lit at the top and from there glow down to the base. The incense cones are mainly made in the Ore Mountains as part of the local folk art.

 

Incense smoker for the Christmas season

Incense cones are best known for their use in incense smokers, which are used during the Christmas season. The incense smokers are hollow on the inside, the incense cone can be placed here and burn off in a controlled manner. The smoke escapes through openings in the figure and spreads its scent. There are different variants of the incense smoker, which traditionally reflect the trades of the region. A more modern version is the smokehouse and the Moosmännel from the Vogtland.

      • Smoker with incense cones at Christmas time
      • A classic incense smoker shows trades from the region
      • More modern variants such as Räucherhaus or Moosmännel
 

How are incense cones made?

The incense cones are made from incense resin, red beech flour, sandalwood and potato flour. The ingredients are moistened and blended. The resulting mass is placed in appropriate molds and dried. You can now buy the incense cones with different scents.

 

3 benefits of incense cones

The Christmas scents of the incense cones and the appealing appearance of the incense smokers create a cozy atmosphere, especially during the Advent season. However, you do not need the incense smoker to burn the incense cone. In general, the incense smokers offer protection against accidental touching of the hot ashes and the like due to their structure when handled correctly. If you want, the candle can also glow on another fireproof base.

      1. Christmas scent
      2. Smokers create a homely atmosphere
      3. The combination of incense cones and incense smoker ensures safe burning
 

How do you smoke with charcoal?

Traditional smoking is usually done with charcoal. With their help, fragrant incense is burned down. There are two types of charcoal on the market that are suitable for shorter or longer smoking based on their treatment.

 

Fast-igniting charcoal for short smoking

The quick-ignition charcoal is compressed charcoal powder. This is usually round, flat and provided with a hollow. So you can store them well and place the incense well. By adding different substances, you can easily ignite the quick-ignition charcoal with a lighter or match. Within a few minutes it will start to smoke. However, the added substances have their own smell, which you might sometimes find unpleasant. On average, you can smoke with this type of charcoal for half an hour to a maximum of one and a half hours, after which it dies down.

      • Convenient shape for storage
      • Easy positioning of the incense
      • Easy to ignite
      • Own smell
      • Shorter burn time
 

Natural smoking charcoal for long smoking

You need a little more time to light the natural charcoal. But you also have something of this type of charcoal for longer, because its burning time is usually one and a half to two hours. Initially, this type of charcoal is more expensive to buy because you need a charcoal lighter. But the charcoal itself is cheaper than the quick-ignition charcoal. An advantage of natural smoking charcoal is that no substances are added to it and therefore it does not release any foreign odors during smoking.

      • Longer time required for ignition
      • Charcoal lighter required
      • No additives
      • No foreign smells
      • Long burn time
 

3 advantages of smoking charcoal

The advantages of smoking charcoal are obvious: through direct contact with the charcoal, you get higher temperatures and can get a more intense smoking effect. Resins in particular can be burned up well in this way. For many, the smell that comes from burning the coal is also pleasant. In addition, the smoke of the coal can be used for ceremonies and rituals.

      1. Intense smoking effect
      2. Suitable for fumigation of resins
      3. Charcoal provides smoke for ceremonies
 

How do you smoke with charcoal?

Energetic smoking with charcoal is particularly suitable for ceremonies and rituals that are carried out outdoors. Sometimes there can be a lot of smoke. But if handled correctly, charcoal can also be smoked indoors. However, in general, charcoal smoking is mainly carried out on special occasions.

 

6 things you need for smoking

First you decide on one of the two types of coal. You also need a special incense burner, which should be a bit larger and fireproof, so that the glowing coals and your incense are safe. To protect your vessel, you should also buy fire or smoking sand, which you fill in your container under the coal. Its job is to dampen the heat and it helps you to gently burn up your incense. To light the fire, you need a charcoal lighter or a lighter and a candle as well as charcoal tongs - depending on the type of charcoal you have chosen. You also need high-quality incense. You can buy individual components, create your own blend, or you can choose incense that has already been balanced.

      1. smoking charcoal
      2. incense burner
      3. smoke sand
      4. Charcoal lighter, lighter and candle
      5. coal tongs
      6. incense

Proper smoking in 4 steps

Proper energetic incense is a small art that is worth learning.

1. Set up the incense burner

Place your incense burner on a level surface so that it has a firm footing. Avoid drafts, so don't put it directly in front of the open window, for example. Make sure that children and pets do not have access to this area. Curtains and other decorative items should be at a distance from the location of the vessel.

2. Fill in the smoking sand

Now fill the incense sand into your vessel. It should fill around two-thirds of the container in order to be able to offer reliable protection from the heat of the charcoal.

3. Ignite the charcoal

Grab a piece of charcoal with the charcoal tongs and ignite it either with a charcoal lighter or over a flame - for example over that of your lighter or a candle. Follow the instructions on the pack. After you have lit the charcoal, you should never touch it with your fingers. Always use the coal tongs to avoid burns. Since heavy smoke often develops, you can also carry out this step outdoors or with the window open - take the incense burner with you and put it back in its prepared place later.

4. Put incense on

After lighting, place the smoldering charcoal on the sand in your censer. Here you let the charcoal burn through until it has a white layer on the edge. Now you can carefully put the incense on. Use the charcoal tongs for this as well. Start with a small amount of incense and add small portions as needed.

 

Our tip for smoking herbs and resins

When you smoke herbs, they can burn very quickly on the hot coals. Resins, on the other hand, melt and can smother the embers of the coal. You can slow down this process by sprinkling some sand on the charcoal before applying the incense. This way, enough oxygen can get to the charcoal and at the same time you can moderate the heat it emits.

 

Safety instructions for smoking with charcoal

When using incense charcoal, it is important to pay particular attention to fire protection. After your smoking ceremony, you should always let the charcoal burn down to the very end and only clean the vessel after a few hours, preferably even the next day. You can hardly see from the outside whether the charcoal is still glowing inside, otherwise you risk a fire.

 

Incense sieve and warmer

A special way of smoking is to use a stainless steel sieve and a warmer. The structure is similar to that of a fragrance lamp for evaporating aromatic oils. This makes it quick and easy for you to use. Incense sieve and warmer are mainly used to smoke indoors. It is suitable for everyday use.

 

6 things you need to smoke with the fragrance lamp

Choose an aroma lamp where you can remove the upper bowl, which is actually filled with the aromatic oil. You can then replace this with your fine incense sieve. The best distance between the candle and the stainless steel sieve is around 10 cm. Light herbs and blossoms need a little more distance in order not to burn up too quickly. Resins, on the other hand, can use a little more heat and therefore a smaller distance. Make sure the stainless steel strainer is the right size. You will also need a tea light and a lighter to light it. Also, choose a quality incense. Incense mixtures that already offer a balanced fragrance composition are particularly suitable for this form of smoking. You can use the smoking sand to prevent resin from running through your sieve when liquefying.

      1. Large aroma lamp
      2. Appropriate fine stainless steel sieve of appropriate size
      3. tealight
      4. lighter
      5. incense
      6. smoke sand
 

How to smoke with a fragrance lamp

Smoking with the aroma lamp is quick and easy, so it is suitable for indoor smoking and can also be carried out quite easily by beginners.

1. Set up the aroma lamp

Place the fragrance lamp on a flat, solid surface. Avoid drafts or flammable objects in the immediate vicinity.

2. Light the tea light

Light the tea light and place the candle in the designated place in the fragrance lamp.

3. Insert the smoking sieve

Place the incense sieve in the intended place in the fragrance lamp.

4. Fill in the smoking sand

If you plan to primarily smoke resins, you can put some incense sand in the sieve. This absorbs the liquefied resins and can prevent them from dripping into the candle or fragrance lamp.

5. Fill in incense

Now put the incense in the stainless steel sieve. How long you incense is up to you. Sometimes it is necessary to refill incense.

Incense burner with sieve

Loose incense blends can be made by yourself or purchased in traditional compositions. The incense burners are suitable for gentle smoking at low temperatures. These consist of a body, for example made of metal, stone, ceramics or wood, on which a stainless steel sieve lies. The incense can be placed on this, while a tea light is positioned underneath. Without a sieve with bowl, the structure is similar to a classic fragrance lamp and is suitable, among other things, for slowly burning resins or evaporating essential oils. The advantage of the incense burner in general is that there is no need for coal for smoking - the incense burner is therefore particularly suitable for beginners.

      • Body with sieve or bowl
      • For slow, gentle smoking
      • With tea light, no coal needed
      • Easy to use: Suitable for beginners
 

What is an incense burner?

Smoking with an incense sieve and a warmer can also be carried out using a traditional incense burner. They are known, for example, as an accessory of Arabic folk art. They can be made of metals as well as clay and other materials. The incense burner offers both a holder for the tea light and, depending on the material and manufacturing process, an incense sieve or a holder for the incense. The incense sieve is often provided with a small metal plate so that liquid resins cannot seep through. You use the incense burner in a similar way to the fragrance lamp.

 

Clean incense sieve properly

The incense sieve can become very sticky due to the use of incense resins. To remove them completely, grab the sieve with fireproof tongs and hold it close to the candle flame. This is how the resin dissolves. Be careful, the sieve gets very hot! You can then clean it under running water with a small special brush and washing-up liquid.

      • Heat the sieve over a candle flame
      • Clean with a brush and detergent
      • Allow to cool and store in a suitable container
 

4-step guide: cleaning incense burners and incense burners

When cleaning the incense burner, the material plays an important role and should always be considered. If the vessels are only slightly soiled, high-quality brushes can be used to gently and effectively remove the ash. Brushes with slightly harder bristles are suitable for stubborn dirt. Sieves can be cleaned with wire brushes, for example. In order to remove very heavy soiling, spirit can be used, which is dribbled onto a cloth - here it is essential to observe the safety regulations on the bottle and to clarify whether the material of the incense burner is suitable for this type of cleaning. Finally, incense burners made of metal can be brought to a high gloss with an appropriate polishing cloth.

      1. Brush to remove dust
      2. Brushes for heavier dirt
      3. Alcohol for stubborn dirt
      4. Bring to a high gloss with a polishing cloth

Incense sticks with Nag Champa

One of the best-known fragrances for high-quality Indian incense sticks is the Nag Champa fragrance blend. The exact composition can vary depending on the manufacturer, but the ironwood from Sri Lanka is always an important part of the composition. This slow-growing tree with very hard wood is often found in ancient Buddhist temples and is said to be an important companion to enlightenment. Its flowers, roots, seeds and leaves are used to make Nag Champa incense sticks. This classic fragrance blend also usually contains red or white sandalwood. The latter is considered sacred in Indian tradition and is said to be able to strengthen the root chakra with its powers. It is dedicated to the god Shiva, who is, among other things, a symbol of creation and at the same time stands for destruction and new beginnings.

 

Traditional smoking all over the world

Energetic incense is used in various ceremonies and rituals by different cultures around the world. The pharaohs of ancient Egypt already used it and today spiritual incense can be found in traditional Chinese medicine and Feng Shui as well as in the religious ceremonies of Buddhism and Hinduism. Over the centuries, important trade routes, such as the incense route, were even formed around smoking.

 

Evening incense in ancient Egypt

The ancient Egyptians performed evening incenses, called kyphi, for their gods. The temples had their own laboratories in which the divine incense mixtures were composed. Its scent is warming and enveloping. Holy scriptures were read during the evening incense.

 

What incense did the pharaohs use?

The ingredients that the pharaohs had mixed together for the evening incense have been preserved for posterity on the basis of the Papyrus Ebers. At over 3000 years old, this medical record is one of the oldest surviving documents in the world. The records show that the ancient Egyptians mainly used the well-known incense for the kyphi. This was to be found in most of the mixtures for the ritual evening incenses. In addition, benzoin, myrrh and juniper berries were also frequently used. Sweet flag, cedar and mastic sprigs were also used, as well as raisins.

 

Carry out evening smoking yourself

The traditional evening incenses of the pharaohs can help you find a quiet end to the day and spend a relaxing night. The aromas of the Kyphi are said to clear the soul life overnight. You can order a Kyphi mix and burn it using any method of your choice. However, you can also make the incense for the evening smoking yourself from individual components.

 

Recipe for the evening incense

You can put together your own incense for the evening smoking. It's best to choose a large container so you can make a little extra and mix it up well. Start the night before by soaking the raisins in some red wine and letting them soak overnight. The basis for your Kyphi is the incense, which you add to your mixture in three parts. This is followed by two portions of benzoin and myrrh. The juniper berries make up a proportion of your mixture. Now add half a part each of galangal, cinnamon bark and cedar. Your mixture is rounded off with two drops of lotus aroma oil and two drops of honey.

      • Three shares of incense
      • Two parts benzoin and myrrh
      • A portion of juniper berries
      • Half a portion of galangal, cinnamon bark and cedar
      • Two drops of lotus aroma oil
      • Two drops of honey
      • Seven raisins soaked in red wine overnight

Preparation:

      1. Crush all the ingredients that can be ground in a mortar with a mortar
      2. Skim off the raisins soaked in red wine and puree them together with the honey and the lotus aroma oil
      3. Then you mix all the ingredients
      4. Shape the mixture into small balls or cones about the size of a hazelnut
      5. Put them on a plate covered with kitchen paper and let them dry thoroughly - you can plan around 14 days for this
      6. After that you can use them like usual incense
 

Arabia and the Incense Route

In the Arab world, ceremonial incense is still very common today. The main focus here is on incense. This is used as the resin of the frankincense tree. The legendary incense caravan route is one of the oldest trade routes in the world. It was created 2 millennium BC. and ranges from the place of origin of frankincense in Dhofar in southern Arabia to the Mediterranean Sea.

 

How is incense traditionally used in Arabia?

Traditionally, incense is used in Arabia to drive away bad smells. These can be in the house as well as in clothing or even on the body. The scent of smoked incense can remove them and even has a disinfecting effect. Because of its scent, frankincense is also often found in eau de parfums.

      • drive away odors
      • Clean body and clothes
      • fragrance for perfumes

Incense in Feng Shui and Traditional Chinese Medicine

Smoking is common in China. Ritual incense ceremonies, for example, are said to bring good luck and prosperity. The smoke is also used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). In China, incense is also often used in the well-known energy theory Feng Shui. Here it is used for room clearing, i.e. the subtle energetic cleaning of rooms.

 

Feng Shui: Incense for Room Clearing

Cleaning the rooms by smoking is of great importance in Feng Shui. The so-called room clearing is used, for example, when moving house, to clean the room of the energy traces of the previous guests. Before moving into a new building, smoking is done in order to fill the rooms, which are still unknown in terms of energy, with positive energy. With the help of smoking, the individual rooms should also be assigned their future function and task. Room clearing can also be used when there have been major and painful changes in the residents' lives - such as a death or divorce. Room clearing is not only suitable for private houses, but also for business premises.

      • When moving
      • For first occupancy
      • To prepare rooms
      • For changes in life
 

Room clearing with incense in 7 steps

Various incenses can be used for room clearing. The best way to implement room clearing is with an incense burner that can be carried by a handle.

      1. Choose quality incense materials and place your incense burner in a safe location
      2. Fill with incense sand and light it
      3. Wait until it no longer glows, but has a greyish tint
      4. Put on your incense mix
      5. If your incense burner has a handle, grab it there and lead it with slow steps through the whole room (prefer not to touch other vessels - risk of burns!)
      6. Be sure to walk around every corner - it's best to follow the cardinal points from north to west
      7. Say a cleansing mantra for which you say your intention out loud, for example: "With this incense ceremony, I clean these rooms. I dissolve negative energies and create space for positive forces. I invite Light, Peace and Love to fill these spaces”. The mantra can be supplemented and individually strengthened with suitable sentences and words.

Incense for space clearing

Various resins, seeds, wood and herbs are suitable for incense in Feng Shui. These are often already offered in a mixture, which means that complicated mixing of the individual ingredients is no longer necessary. Feng Shui incense sticks with specially coordinated aromas are particularly easy to use.

 

Smoking in TCM: moxa therapy

Moxibustion, also known as moxa therapy for short, is a holistic method of traditional Chinese medicine. It is based on classic acupuncture. In moxa therapy, the needles are augmented with incense made from medicinal herbs, which are formed in small quantities into cones or balls that can be attached to the needles. The heating of the needles is said to intensify the effect of the acupuncture and activate the flow of energies.

 

Boshan: Chinese incense burners

The scented smoke burners, called Boshan in Chinese, are special containers for smoldering incense. It is a container that tapers conically towards the top. The tip can be removed as a lid. It is traditionally made from various ceramics or earthenware. The goblet has small holes in various places from which the smoke can escape when smoking. The entire incense holder stands on a matching coaster. The shape of the vessel and the escaping smoke are said to be reminiscent of a holy mountain in the mist.

 

What are scented smoke burners traditionally used for?

The Chinese incense burners were used in many ways. Above all, they were used when wealthier sections of society tried to simplify the inner contemplation of meditation and this should contribute to relaxation. In addition to being used in ritual ceremonies, it was also customary in some regions to place the incense burner in the grave of a deceased.

      • For relaxation
      • In ritual ceremonies
      • As grave goods
 

Japanese Kōdō Ceremony: The Way of Fragrance

The Kōdō ceremony is particularly widespread in Japan and can be described as the "scent game" or as the "way of scent". During this traditional ceremony, incense is burned according to certain rules. Their smoke is said to be able to rise into the sky as a message to the gods. There are different ways of carrying out these ceremonies: the focus is always on awareness of the respective smells, so that there are practices in which those present determine the incense used based on the scent.

 

incense in Christianity

Incense is a common ritual in Christian churches. There are already passages in the Bible that refer to the use of incense. Today, ritual incense is found in Christianity primarily at various celebrations in the Eastern Churches, but is also used on occasions in the Western Churches, such as devotions or processions. In these Christian rituals, frankincense is used, the name of which can be interpreted as "holy incense".

 

Ayurveda and incense in India

Indian incense sticks are particularly popular. They are often handcrafted from resin, wood, and herbs. The chopsticks are intended to have a certain effect on the three doshas. Vatta, Pitta and Kapha house the mental and physical constitution. They are weighted differently for each person and result in an individual energetic cocktail. According to the traditional traditions of Ayurveda, a harmonious function of the doshas is essential for well-being and holistic healing.

 

Incense in Tibetan medicine

Smoking is very common in Tibet and enjoys great popularity. They are used, among other things, in traditional ceremonies for holistic healing. Scents such as the Himalayan cedar, Indian nut grass or Tibetan incense are often used. They are used in the form of incense sticks, which are characterized by a special feature: they do not have a supporting wooden stick in their middle.

 

Smoking: Tibetan tradition

Often referred to as the roof of the world, Tibet is found in the Central Asian highlands and is bordered by the Himalayan mountains to the south. The widespread religion is Tibetan Buddhism, in which incense plays an important role to accompany and deepen meditation or devotion. According to Tibetan tradition, incense is part of everyday life and can be done on your own home altar to honor the gods, invite positive energies and cleanse from negative forces. The Tibetans' belief in the power of incense is so great that it is traditionally used for vitality and various incense mixtures have been handed down for spiritual well-being.

      • Incense in Tibetan Buddhism
      • For meditation and devotion
      • Incense in the Tibetan house altar
      • Spiritual Wellbeing

More information about Tibetan incense

 

Rite: incense in shamanism

Traditionally, incense can be found in various areas of shamanism around the world - in the West it is known, among other things, at Christmas or Easter. In the traditional rites, the season can play a role, as can the position of the sun or the moon. In addition to cleaning and protecting against negative energies in living spaces, incense in shamanism has another purpose: it is used to change the shaman's state of consciousness in such a way that he is able to travel into the subtle energies. According to popular belief, he should gain insights and become a mediator between the worlds. The aim of the shamanic incense rite is, among other things, to bring the energies of a person into balance and to drive away demons in order to enable vitality and well-being.

 

The 51 most famous incenses

      1. agarwood
      2. African smoked sage
      3. Amber or False Styrax
      4. benzoin
      5. Amber
      6. muskrat
      7. Breuzinho, Kandea (Kandra)
      8. copal
      9. costus root
      10. Dalmatian sage
      11. Dammar
      12. deodar
      13. Dragon blood
      14. oakmoss
      15. Elemi
      16. Spruce resin (burgundy resin)
      17. galbanum
      18. Guaiac resin
      19. guggul
      20. Indian sage bush
      21. Indian cedar
      22. Indian spikenard
      23. Indian patchouli
      24. rosin
      25. larch (resin)
      26. Labdanum or Rockrose
      27. Mariengras (sweetgrass, sweetgrass)
      28. mastic
      29. myrrh
      30. Pinus oocarpa
      31. Opoponax (resin)
      32. balsam of peru
      33. Pichi Pichi (Fabiana herb)
      34. Sandarak (Moroccan Tears)
      35. sandalwood
      36. Santa Herb (Yerba Santa)
      37. Styrax
      38. marsh milkweed
      39. Takamahak
      40. tolu balm
      41. tonka bean
      42. dream herb
      43. Tulsi herb (Indian basil)
      44. vetiver root
      45. juniper
      46. divination sage
      47. incense
      48. white sage
      49. sagebrush
      50. cedar
      51. Cinammon
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