Luna: Powdered blend of yellow sandalwood, benzoin resin, rose geranium, lemon verbena and cardamom is so delightful that I want to wear the scent. Perfect burned in the moonlight!
Sun God: Warm, sunny ingredients like frankincense, cinnamon, orange, calendula, rose, rosemary, mint, lavender, sandalwood, dragon's blood, and blood orange essential oil. Like sitting on a pinnacle with your face to the sun!
Come See Me: With a nod to Scott Cunningham's oil by this name, this loose blend combines patchouli and cinnamon, but we turn it up with myrrh, rose petals, and violets. Spicy and lush, full of longing and romance.
Wide Open Spaces: White sage, lavender and copal will clear your thoughts like a long walk in nature and make your home feel clear and open.
Fast Money: Cinnamon, basil, and benzoin. We first made this on a very slow day at our old shop. By the time we'd finished stirring (not even lit!) the shop filled up.
Meant to be burned on specially made charcoal disks in an area with good circulation.
This is a stunningly beautiful incense, but in all honesty, I can just barely detect how they might have waved the Palo Santo over the mixing bowl. Marketing... It is a really wonderful and fragrant incense. I'd call it something like Woodland Mysts or Decadence...
There is no way this incense has anything even remotely in common with white sage other than the packaging. I was sad to see that BUT it is clean, "airy" and unique, with a very light masculine note. It is very popular when people can get a whiff of it! 15 grams - 14 sticks.
Harvested and distilled on the full moon, this liquid spray smudge will always be available in limited quantities. Used to clear and prepare space when burning is not an option. This is a mildly scented hydrosol in spite of the distillation expressing beautiful deep blue essential oil that was added back into the hydrosol. A small amount of alcohol is added as a preservative. Available in 1 ounce, 2 ounce, or the small 5 ml pocket smudge size.
We grow and distill some lovely White Sage (Salvia apiana). The resulting hydrosol is perfect for clearing the air and bringing a more peaceful sense when burning incense is not an option. We have 1 and 2 ounce spray bottles of "Liquid Smudge", or handy 5 ml spray bottles of "Pocket Smudge" that can go along wherever you go.
These self-igniting charcoal disks are great for burning resins and loose incense blends. 10 disks to a package, they last nearly an hour each. Note: Because of their shape/size, shipping charges are high - so it's best to order them along with some resins or maybe you need a brass screen incense burner!
If you burn resins or loose incense blends on charcoal, this is THE burner to have. The screen holds the charcoal, and there is a separate wooden base to help diffuse the heat to protect furniture. 3" diameter.
Wooden sticks of Palo Santo (Bursera graveolens). As close to an ounce in weight as I can get - but always over. The wood itself is so fragrant that it can be used to scent a room without even lighting it, but set a match to the wood, and the air is filled with a sweet and somehow familiar light smoke. We burn a small amount, allow it to extinguish, and use one stick over and over again.