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Desert Pinon Wildcrafted Incense
40 incense sticks in the box.
The smell of the Desert Pinon Incense makes you think of winter nights in high desert towns of New Mexico from Santa Fe to Taos, where it is burned as firewood, and then the sweet scent of Pinon drifts through the evening air. Pinon Pine, with its wild twisted branches, is found in abundance in the mountains and higher elevation plateau country of the desert southwest.
The leaves are sustainably wild-harvested, and all the rest of the ingredients that go into making of the incense are natural wood and resins, vegetable based gums to hold the plant material together and a bamboo stick. No charcoal or potassium nitrate were used in the making of this incense. Because the ingredients are all natural, the incense smells more woodsy, like a campfire crackling in the mountain-air night. Each stick lasts about 30 mins.
I usually use a potato from my kitchen as a very effective incense holder, if I can't find a bowl or cup full of sand to put the stick in. I also place it near an open window, or in an area with plenty of ventilation, so the incense can waft in and out of the house.
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