Reasons to burn Incenses

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Reasons to burn Incenses

Smoke like water
The incense waterfall gives an effect of smoke like water. It flows down like water.

To achieve this effect you need a special backflow cone. This cone has a special shape and is hollow inside. Normally smoke wants to go up because warm air rises. However, with these special cones the smoke flows downwards. The incense waterfall holder has a place where the cone is placed. When you place the backflow cone on the waterfall incense holder, it takes a while before the effect of the smoke waterfall occurs. If the cone burns well, the effect is even stronger. The waterfall incense holder should be placed in a draft-free place or a place that is not often walked by, otherwise the smoke will blow away.

Good for meditation and / or relaxation by looking at the waterfall of smoke. You can compare it to looking into the flame of a candle.

Incense waterfall holders
These holders are becoming more popular and are available in more and more beautiful shapes. On this page we want to show all holders which are for sale or have been for sale. Keep in mind that there is often a limited stock of 1 copy. If you want more of 1 copy, send an email to info (at) Fragrant Wood with your request. Not everything is immediately available again from the suppliers and / or are one-off issues.

Backflow cones
There are various scents of backflow incense burner and cones for sale. The most famous are Palo Santo, White Sage and Nag Champa. Also mixes of White sage & Dragon blood, Aura cleansing, Buddha's happiness. When purchasing an incense waterfall holder you can also order a set of backflow cones at a discount. With a number of holders you get 5 cones for free, but don't expect much in terms of smell, it is purely meant for the effect of smoke.

Incense cones, sticks and grains
Incense sticks come in many shapes and even sizes. Sticks can be burned on incense boards. These are long sleigh-shaped boards with a hole where you insert the stick. The end of the stick is lit and the incense burns up smoldering. The ash falls directly on the incense shelf.

If you don't have an incense board, you can also put a stick in a pot with, for example, some sand or soil. Please note that the ash can stain, so take this into account with the surface.

Incense sticks come in a huge variety of scents, from light scents to intensely heavy scents.

Cones are basically made of the same material as the sticks, but without the wooden / bamboo stick.

Use: Light the tip of a cone with a match or lighter and blow out the flame. Cones can be burned in special cone burners, but also simply on a saucer or dish. Cones can also be burned in an abalone shell with a small layer of sand.

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Frankincense resins (grains, herbs, granules) come directly from plants and trees and are not treated other than ground and processed into grains or granules for easy use.

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