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How to safely burn incense resin with charcoal tablets

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How to safely burn incense resin with charcoal tablets

What is resin Resin incense is incense in it's most natural form and is obtained from the sap of trees. Frankincense and Myrrh are two of the most well know resins and have been used for thousands of years.   How to burn resin First of all you will need the following items to burn resin: Incense bowl/burner Sand Resin Charcoal tablets Tongs Spoon Heat resistant coaster Lighter or matches Fill your burner with a sufficient amount of sand (at least 2/3) in order to absorb most of the heat that would otherwise transfer to your burner. Sand is fundamental and if isn't used will cause the burner to...

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Myrrh - General information, medicinal uses and other applications

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Myrrh - General information, medicinal uses and other applications

  Name: Myrrh - Commiphora myrrha (Nees) Engl. Description: It is a thorny tree with hairless toothed leaves, a large terminal leaflet and two tiny lateral leaflets. Male flowers are about 5 mm long and come out just before the rains; fruits are about 1.2 cm long. The bark has a silvery luster and peels off in small pieces; myrrh resin which is strongly aromatic oozes from natural cracks (Vollesen, 1989). Common names: Myrrh, Gummi myrrh, heerabol myrrh, Kerbe (Amharic); In Somali: Dhidin (tree), Molmol (resin). Parts used: Resin Uses: Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) is an economically and ecologically important plant species found mainly in the horn of Africa,...

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LIMITED OFFER. 90% off Sample box in exchange for an honest review (UK Only)

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LIMITED OFFER. 90% off Sample box in exchange for an honest review (UK Only)

  As most of you already know we have launched our website recently. It is really hard for a new business to start without reviews, so we are reaching out to our customers with this LIMITED TIME offer. You will have the chance to purchase one of our Incense & Frankincense Resin sample boxes at an incredible 90% off and also FREE shipping. This means only 30p to have your sample box delivered to your home. In exchange we are requesting you to submit an honest Trustpilot review after you have received your items and are satisfied with our service...

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Frankincense Resin, history and how to burn

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Frankincense Resin, history and how to burn

Frankincense, also known as olibanum, is an aromatic resin used in incense and perfumes, obtained from the trees of the genus Boswellia. The word is from the Old French “franc encens” meaning “high quality incense”. Frankincense is tapped from these trees by striping and letting the exuded resin bleed out and harden. The hardened streaks of resin are called tears. Several species and varieties of frankincense trees each produce a slightly different type of resin.Frankincense has been traded on the Arabian Peninsula for more than 6000 years. It received also numerous mentions in the New Testament. It was one one...

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