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Herb Incense Naturals ones

The treatment of various disease of the human kind by the fragrant smoke that is produced by the smoke evolved when the medicinal herbs are burnt. It is should be used in such a way that it should not lead to any adverse effect.
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There are two types of the herb incense:

Combustible incense – used when forming your mixtures into cones or sticks by adding a binding material and a combustible material directly to the incense mixture themselves. This incense is more difficult to make but easier to burn. Makes traveling with incense easy.

Non-combustible incense: The incense is of very ancient. The ingredients themselves, after grinding and mixing or “incense pellets” (loose incense where soft resins, balsams, raisins or dried fruits and honey have been added to form pea sized “pellets”) is heated using charcoal, makko or on mica atop charcoal. This is the easiest method of mixing incense but requires just a few more steps and utensils to burn.

Herbs commonly used in the herb incense:

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Ambrette seeds, Cassia, Chamomile flowers, Cinnamon bark, Calamus root, Cardamom seeds, Clove buds, Cocoa Grass, Coriander seeds/fruit, Dream Herb, Fragrant Grass Galangal root, Ginger Lily, HennaHerb, BennetHops, Hyssop, Iris flowers, Juniper berries, Juniper twigs, Lavender flowers, Lemon grass, Marjoram, Mistletoe, Mugwort, Patchouli, Quince, Rhododendron, Rose, cabbage, Rose, damask, Rose, French Rosemary, Saffron Sage, White incense, Sage, garden, Sage, Russian Sage, common, Spikenard Star, Anise, Sweet clover, Sweet Grass, Thyme, Vanilla and VerbenaVetiver.
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Resins used in the Herb Incesence:

Amber, Aloe, Balsam – Peru, Balsam – Tolu, Balsam – Copaiba, Benzoin – Siam, Benzoin – Sumatra, Borneol, Camphor, Copal – Gold, Copal – Black, Dammar, Dragon’s Blood, Elemi, Frankincense, Galbanum, Labdanum, Mastic, Myrrh, Opoponax, Sandarac and Storax

Wood used in the Herb Incense:

Aloeswood / Agarwood, Cedar, Cedar – Red, Cedar – Himalayan, Cedar – Atlantic, Cedar – Lebanon, Juniper, Sandalwood, Spruce – Australian, Spruce – Norway, and Pine – ScotchPine.

Tools and supplies commonly used in the herb incense:

• Incense burner

• Natural incense ingredients

• Bamboo charcoal or makko powder

• Tweezers

• Mica

• Mortar & pestle / coffee grinder

• Distilled water or fragrant hydrosols

• 2 mixing bowls or food grade plastic bags

• Gram scale, measuring cup or spoons

• Drying cloth or wax paper

• Stirring spoon

• Lighter or candle

• Notebook

• Food processor

The preparation of the Herb Incense involves in the determination of the type of the incense , how the to heat the incense, gathering the tools, gathering the ingredients, pulverize the ingredients, mixing the ingredients, lastly when all these combined makes up a perfect Herb Incense.

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