Incense powders can be burned on charcoal blocks or in a fire-proof container
As they do not contain a bamboo stick, you get all the fragrance without the burned wood smell that can spoil a good incense
Incense powders come in a variety of fragrances and are attractively presented in glass jars which can be reused or recycled once empty
Fragrances available: Love and Attraction, Meditation, Om Nagchampa, Protection, Prosperity
Jar size: 20g
- To use with charcoal: Place the charcoal block in a suitable fire-proof container on a heatproof surface and light according to the instructions on the packet. Add a small mound of incense powder and leave to burn
- To use without charcoal: Place a teaspoonful of incense powder directly into a fire-proof container on a heatproof surface. Pinch the powder to form a mound and flatten the top a little. Using a flame, light the edge of the incense powder and allow it to burn for about 10 seconds. Gently blow out the flame. The glow will gradually spread throughout the rest of the pile as it burns
SAFETY NOTICE: For fragrance use only. Store and use our of the reach of children and animals. Do not move while lit. Use away from flammable items. Ensure all ash falls on fireproof and heatproof surfaces. Burn in an open or well ventilated area. Never leave burning incense unattended.
Ingredients: honey, natural resins, aromatic wood powders and a complex blend of the finest oils
Storage: Store in a cool dry place
Ethics: Fair trade, natural ingredients
Read our supplier’s ethical policy here
Near & Fair are members of the British Association for Fair Trade Shops and Suppliers, so you can be confident this product was made with respect for people and planet
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You are welcome to visit our fair trade gift shop in person to view our range of gifts, clothing and groceries. Many people tell us we are the best place to buy incense in Hull. We like to agree!
We are based in Trinity Market Arcade, Trinity House Lane, Hull, HU1 2JH. (We are nearest the Market Place/Lowgate entrance which is opposite Liberty Lane. The nearest carpark is King William House multi-storey)