We now have the following incense cones in stock:
- Bic Sandalwood Bic Sandalwood is just lovely. It's a unique, sweet and elegant sandalwood. It's often people say "Oh the pink sandalwood cones? They're the best!"
In many traditions of modern Paganism, sandalwood is associated with healing and purification. In Hindu rites, sandalwood paste is often used to consecrate ritual tools before ceremonies.
Buddhists believe that sandalwood is one of the sacred scents of the lotus, and can be used to keep one connected to the material world while the brain wanders off during meditation.
In chakra work, sandalwood is associated with the seventh, or root, chakra at the base of the spine. Burning sandalwood incense can help with issues related to self-identity, security and stability, and trust.
- To learn more about the magical properties of sandalwood, check out The Magic, History and Folklore of Sandalwood
Is this your first time using incense?
Ignite the tip of the incense cone with a match or lighter and wait until it burns an even red. Gently blow out the flame and place the Cone in an incense holder or heatproof dish filled with sand, and allow the aromatic smoke to waft gently through the room. Never leave lit incense or candles unattended.
While you're here you might want to check out our Incense, Resin & Herb Apothecary Collection. We stock an extensive range of incense cones, incense sticks, backflow incense, resins and garden incense. We're always looking for more - so if you have a favourite, please message us and we'll try to source it for you.
Pauline 🙏 🌙 🧙♀️