Create your own beautiful blend.
Both Frankincense and Myrrh are resins – hardened sap from trees. In both cases, trees are slashed and allowed to “bleed.” The sap that comes from the trees hardens and forms beads or “tears.” While frankincense is used for incense and myrrh is mainly used in oral preparations, they both have many more uses.
Frankincense Resin is commonly used for protection and purification.
For best results burn on charcoal blocks.
Picture shows 25 gm Test Tube of Frankincense Resin.
What is Resin Incense?
Resin incense is super old skool!
It has been used since Biblical days and is the original incense of churches & temples. Resin Incense is powerful, and is derived from natural gums, resins, wood chips and herbs from aromatic plants.
At JOURNEY we sell several types of Resin, which you can use individually or blend together, making your own totally unique experience.
The magic happens when a heatsource (charcoal disks or tablets) meets the resin - you can then sit back and enjoy therapeutic benefits and fragrance through the resin's aromatic smoke.
To get your resin on you'll need: