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How to Burn Resin Incense

Burning resin incense is an ancient practice used to promote healing, spirituality, and relaxation. It’s also a great way to fill your home with a pleasant aroma. Here’s what you need to know about burning resin incense and how to do it safely and effectively.

What Is Resin Incense?

Resin incense is made from the sap of certain trees, such as frankincense, myrrh, copal, and dragon’s blood. Each type of resin incense has its own unique scent and purpose. Frankincense is commonly used for meditation, myrrh for purification, copal for attracting positive energy, and dragon’s blood for protection.

How to Burn Resin Incense

Start by gathering the items you need:

Follow these 4 steps to burn resin incense

  1. Place the charcoal disc in the ashtray or heat-proof dish. Light the disc with a lighter or match, allowing it to smolder for several minutes until it is fully lit.
  2. Place a few pieces of resin incense on top of the lit charcoal disc. The pieces should be small enough that they don’t touch each other or the sides of the ashtray or dish.
  3. Allow the incense to burn until it is completely gone, which may take up to 15 minutes. You may need to add more pieces of resin if the incense stops burning before it’s completely gone.
  4. When all the resin has burned away, extinguish the charcoal disc by covering it with a lid or bowl for several minutes until it is completely cool.

Tips for Burning Resin Incense Safely

Burning resin incense is a great way to bring aromatherapy into your home and promote a sense of relaxation and peace. With these tips in mind, you can enjoy the benefits of burning resin incense safely and effectively.