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Herbal Incense, Resins & Burnables

These superb aromatic resins and bundles are produced naturally by trees and plants, and may be burned and compounded for incense, ritual, medicine, or perfumery.

Cedar Smudge Stick

  • Origin: USA

The cedar tree has been revered for its spiritual significance for thousands of years. Cedar has a long history of use in indigenous sweat lodge ceremonies and the tree was thought to house important gods and to be an entrance to higher spiritual realms. 3 pack small: These smaller bundles are about 4 inches long and 1 1/2 inches thick at the burning end. They are bundled with the stems together, providing a handle for easy use.
1 large: Perfect for longer usage time. Each bundle is roughly 8-9 inches long and 1-2 inches thick.

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Charcoal Rounds

  • From Three Kings
  • 10 rounds per package

Our efficient and easy-to-use charcoal rounds are commonly used to burn resins, herbs, incense, or heavy aromatic gums for ceremony and scent.
10 long lasting rounds per package.

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Copal Resin
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  • Shorea javanica
  • Origin: Indonesia

Copal is a general name that describes the resinous substance exuded from a variety of tree genera. Typically, these trees come from tropical climates and their resin has historical uses by indigenous tribes in ceremonial settings. Our copal resin comes from Shorea javanica. Copal is traditionally burned as incense.

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Dragons Blood Resin
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  • Daemonorops draco
  • Origin: Indonesia
Dragons Blood Resin

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Dragon’s blood is a resin produced by the rattan palm tree, native to tropical and subtropical climates of southeast Asia. While there are many red resins that go by the name of dragon blood, Daemonorops draco is the most commercially available. Dragons blood resin is typically burned as incense and can also be employed as a dye.

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Frankincense Powder
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  • Boswellia sacra
  • Origin: Somalia

Frankincense resin has been traded for its spiritual connotations and luxurious aroma for thousands of years. The aromatic resin is gathered by making incisions in the small, leafy tree, Boswellia sacra. It has a long history of lore and is mentioned in various historical texts including ancient Egyptian records. Frankincense powder can be used as incense, blended into incense formulas, and incorporated into perfumery.

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Frankincense Resin
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  • Boswellia sacra
  • Origin: Somalia

Frankincense resin is gathered by making incisions in the small, deciduous tree, Boswellia sacra. The yellow-hued pitch is often used as incense or in perfumery. Frankincense has been considered an herb of spirituality with lore dating back thousands of years. The aromatic resin can be used alone or blended into incense formulas.

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Guggul Gum
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  • Commiphora wightii
  • Origin: India

Commiphora wightii is a small, thorny tree native to the Middle East and Indian plains. The tree produces a thick resin with a notable fragrance, and its healing properties have been used in Ayurvedic practices for centuries. Our organic guggul gum resin is raw and may need further processing. Guggul resin can be used as incense or employed in similar manners to myrrh.

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Mugwort Smudge Stick

  • Artemisia vulgaris
  • Origin: USA
  • 6-9” stick ~1-2” thick

Mugwort is also known as “dream weed” for its unique ability to stimulate dreams. It is renowned as a smudging herb for its subtle, sweet scent and dream-inducing qualities. It has a long history of use in the Pagan tradition and is still used in modern-day Pagan magical practices as incense and for smudging or spell work.

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Myrrh Gum Powder
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  • Commiphora myrrha
  • Origin: Somalia
Myrrh Gum Powder

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Myrrh gum is a highly aromatic resin that has been used since the time of the ancient Egyptians. Commiphora myrrha is an angular, low-growing, desert tree with spiny branches. The gum is the result of a viscous yellow sap the tree exudes when its bark is damaged. Myrrh gum powder is finely ground from the reddish-brown tree resin once it has dried and hardened. Myrrh powder can be used in incense blends, incorporated into topical herbal creations, and extracted.

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Myrrh Gum Resin
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  • Commiphora myrrha
  • Origin: Somalia

Since ancient times, myrrh resin has been used as an ingredient in incense and perfumes. It has a long history of folklore and spirituality in many ancient cultures, as it was used to anoint kings and scent the fabrics of pilgrims traveling to holy places. Myrrh gum resin is harvested from Commiphora myrrha, a low growing, desert tree that exudes a viscous yellow gum, which hardens into a reddish-brown resin. Myrrh resin can be employed in body care recipes, incense blends, and macerated as an extract.

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Opopanax Resin
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  • Commiphora guidottii
  • Origin: Somalia

Our opopanax resin is gathered from Commiphora guidottii. Commiphora is a flowering plant in the same family as frankincense and myrrh and grows in tropical climates throughout Africa, India, and southwestern Asia. Incisions are made in the bark allowing the sap to ooze out and solidify. The variegated, amber-colored resin has a warming, rich, earthy scent and is employed as incense, either alone or mixed with other resins.

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Palo Santo Smudge Sticks

  • Bursera graveolens
  • Origin: Ecuador
  • 6 sticks per pack ~3 1/2" long

Palo Santo is used in South America in much the same way as White Ceremonial Sage is used in North America- to combat negative energy and to cleanse the space. Palo Santo is different than many of the other smudging materials as it is fragrant in its raw form and does not necessarily need to be lit, though it usually is when being used for ceremonial purposes.

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Sweetgrass Braid
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  • Hierochloe odorata
  • Origin: Canada

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White Sage, Cultivated
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  • Salvia apiana
  • Origin: USA
White Sage, Cultivated

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White sage is an evergreen shrub with tall woody stems and tiny white flowers that are a favorite of bees. This beloved plant is found wild in a specialized habitat located in Southern and Baja California. Due to increased popularity and changing climate conditions, Salvia apiana is at risk for overharvest. We offer organically cultivated white sage to help take the pressure off wild stands and to help preserve this respected botanical for future generations.

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White Sage Powder
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  • Salvia apiana
  • Origin: USA

We source consciously collected white sage (in addition to cultivated material) in an effort to help relieve the pressures from overharvesting and climate conditions. Salvia apiana is an evergreen shrub native to a specialized ecological habitat in Southern and Baja California. Known for its aromatic leaves, white sage powder can be used as incense and infused into herbal blends.

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White Sage Smudge Stick

  • Salvia apiana
  • Origin: California

The aromatic herb has been used as an incense to purify physical spaces. Now available in two sizes depending on your needs. Choose from:
4 pack small: These smaller bundles are about 4 inches long and 1 1/2 inches thick at the burning end. They are bundled with the stems together, providing a handle for easy use.
1 large: Perfect for longer usage time. Each bundle is roughly 8-9 inches long and1-2 inches thick.

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