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Place the thinner end of the incense stick in an appropriate incense holder on a heat-resistant surface. Light the tip then carefully blow out the flame. The glowing embers will smoulder and release the aroma into the air. Burn in a ventilated area. CAUTION: Never leave burning incense unattended. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Do not burn near anything flammable. Retain the box for instructions, cautions and warnings.
ESCAPE - Inspiring
VINTAGE ROSE - Soothing
SPICE NIGHT - Stimulating
WARM HUG - Strengthening
The tradition of burning incense has been carried out for thousands of years. Used in temples, sacred places and to signify a spiritual ceremony with its roots in many different cultures.
In particular, India where incense forms the basis of Ayurvedic medicine and the Japanese have long appreciated the use of incense.
Nearly all religions have used incense to call people to prayer or even to heal including Buddhism, Catholicism and Islam have all embraced incense in some form.
Today, as more people and more people are taking up meditation, yoga and practicing mindfulness, the ritual of burning incense is becoming appealing as well as using incense to relax and to scent your space.