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Incense Resins

The resins which we offer on this page can be used alone or in a mixture.

For the best results, we advise you to burn only small quantities at a time on charcoal.
Too large a quantity has the tendancy to give poor results as it does not burn properly : the perfume released does not have as good a quality as that of a complete burning.

Hard resins break easily into smaller pieces or a powder if you first put them in the freezer or the fridge. Break them up into smaller pieces with a mortar and pestle, or put them in a small plastic bag and crush them with a small hammer, preferably a small wooden mallet.

Some, such as labdanum for example, are too soft and sticky, and require other methods to be used : for example, crushed with wood incense powders or powders of harder resins.

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