March 19, 2021 3 min read
For the past decade, aromatherapy has been on an upward trend. As it grows in popularity, more people are looking for useful tools and accessories to practice their favorite hobbies. One of the most important things you can have is a burner that works with your incense sticks and other cones types. Doing so will enable you to enjoy more pleasant fragrances throughout your home or workplace.
One example of a burner you can use with your incense is the backflow incense burner. These don’t use the traditional incense sticks we are all familiar with; they use different incense types called backflow incense cones. It sends incense smoke downward instead of up, giving it an aesthetic appeal. Maintaining a backflow incense burner is also significantly easier compared to oil warmers for burning resin.
There are popular holders out there you can choose from and pair it with different fragrances. Consider using backflow incense burners while you are practicing meditation, yoga, or even to aid sleep.
When you light up an incense cone and place it on the burner, you actively participate in aromatherapy. These incense burners are often made using different materials like ceramic and other heat resistive materials for safety reasons. You can also use backflow burners while you do your pedicure or go to sleep.
Because of its flowing waterfall effect, these burners and incense cones are easier to maintain and keep. The smoke follows the aesthetic route of the burner, creating a sea of smoke. This aspect adds to the burner's beauty and can be a great décor for your workspace, bedroom, or even your living room.
Did you know a good incense burner can even work as a humidifier? It's obviously not as powerful or effective, but the backflow incense can remove pollen and other allergens present in the room. You can also use backflow incense burners to mask hard-to-get rid of scents and odours in the area. Consider lighting up an incense cone with a floral keynote.
Most incense sticks and cones don’t last longer than 25-30 minutes, but when it comes to backflow incense burners, the fragrance they offer can be more durable. Because the smoke flows down and is denser, it permeates throughout the room differently. This can create a fragrance that has the potential to last longer.
The science that goes into backflow incense cones and burners are interesting. In most cases when it comes down to incense sticks and cones, they create a smoke that flows upwards. That is because warmer air is not as dense as colder air. However, that does not entirely mean that the smoke produced from backflow incense is completely cold.
At best the smoke produced from backflow cones are a bit cooler. Specifically, because of this reason, there are many types and shapes available on the market. Some people have even made creative DIY incense burners that work well with backflow incense cones.
These burners use backflow incense cones to make a stream of smoke that flows downward, which creates the aroma. The smoke from the cone enters the hollow tunnel where it cools down, causing it to become denser, which then begins to fall. After which, it slowly exits from the bottom of the cone and into the holder itself.
However, practicing safety is essential; you will not want to leave the incense cone unattended when burning and submerge it in a cup of water before leaving the room.
Backflow Incense Cones have many benefits and practical uses. Hopefully, you can now burn Incense a bit more safely. Consider leaving us a comment so we can help connect with you and answer any questions you may have regarding incense, fragrances, and types.
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