February 25, 2021 3 min read
Incense has been traditionally used for generations in many cultures for both ceremonial and medicinal purposes; they have different fragrances and scents to choose from. Commonly, however, you will often see it being used for meditation, yoga, or to relax after the end of a hard-working day. When not overused, Incense can help deal with nausea, anxiety, and stress while also increasing focus and productivity.
Firstly, you should have the incense itself, with your preferred fragrance, type, and size. Secondly, to make your life a bit easier, you will want to find a suitable holder for your incense, this will help you avoid a mess and can also be used as décor. And lastly, you will want to use something to burn the Incense with; consider using a lighter or matches.
Most types of incense will burn till the end of the stick and extinguish themselves. Each stick or cone can burn for up to 25-30 minutes, respectively, depending on its size and thickness. On the other hand, resin incense can burn for longer but depending on the amount being used and the burner type. If you're burning resin incense without charcoal tablets and with tea lights, then it can last for a very long time.
However, practicing safety is essential; you will not want to leave the incense unattended when burning and dip it in water before leaving the room.
Incense has many benefits and practical uses. Hopefully, with our step-by-step guide, 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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