Resins (Traditional Incense) are the purest form of incense that we know. Five hundred thousand years ago, our ancestors began to conquer fire and as they did so, they would toss various woods, shrubs, grasses, spices, oils, dried flowers, fruits, barks and tree saps into the fire. This was the beginning of using what we now call resins.
The uses of resins can be traced back to the earliest written records of almost every culture in the world.
The words ‘incense’ which means ‘to burn’ and ‘perfume’ which means ‘through the smoke’ are interchangeable. The reasons for burning resins and incense are as varied as the different cultures which use them.
Each stick burns approximately 2 hours.
Experience the art of burning natural resin simply by lighting a stick.