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Top 12 Incense for Voodoo

Updated: January 5, 2023

Incense has been used in spiritual and religious practices around the world since the earliest of times. In Voodoo, incense is used to create an atmosphere conducive to magic and rituals. In this article, we explore the top 12 incense scents used in Voodoo.

Here’s Top 12 Incense for Voodoo

Dragon’s Blood: This incense scent is said to be a powerful aid in protection spells and rituals, drawing on the power of dragons to keep you safe from harm.
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Myrrh Incense

Frankincense and myrrh are two of the oldest known incenses. They are often used for purification and healing rituals, as well as to create an uplifting atmosphere.

Sandalwood Incense

Sandalwood is commonly used to attract positive energy and prosperity into a person’s life. It is also believed to provide protection against negative energies.

Cedar Incense

Cedar is traditionally burned in Voodoo ceremonies as an offering to the spirits, as well as to clear out any negative energies that may be present in the area.

Copal Incense

Copal is believed to have powerful cleansing and protective properties, making it a popular choice for rituals and spells. It is often used to create a peaceful atmosphere in which to practice magic or meditation.

Lavender Incense

Lavender is known for its calming and soothing effects, making it ideal for relaxation and meditation rituals. It can also be used to draw luck into your life.

Rosemary Incense

Rosemary is a herb that is believed to bring good fortune and joy into your life. It can be used in rituals for love, money, or protection from harm.

Sage Incense

Sage is often used for cleansing and protection, as it is thought to neutralize any negative energies that may be present in an area. It can also help enhance luck and prosperity.

Jasmine Incense

Jasmine is often burned during rituals to attract love or romance into one’s life. It can also be used for protection from negative forces or energies.
Bay Leaves: Bay leaves are believed to bring good luck into your life and ward off bad luck or misfortune. It can be used in rituals for protection or healing, as well as for attracting wealth or success into your life.

Juniper Incense

Juniper is said to bring clarity of thought and insight into any situation or ritual it is used in. It can also help with protection against negative energies or spirits.

Mugwort Incense

Mugwort is believed to bring courage, strength, and inspiration when it is burned during a ritual or spell casting session. It can also help open up one’s intuition and psychic abilities.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do each of these incense scents mean?
Each of these incense scents carries its own meaning and significance within Voodoo practice, depending upon what type of ritual or spell you are performing at the time. Dragon’s Blood incense is often used in protection spells, while Frankincense and Myrrh are associated with purification and healing rituals, Sandalwood with attracting positive energy, Cedar with offerings to the spirits, Copal with cleansing and protection, Lavender with relaxation and meditation, Rosemary with luck and joy, Sage with cleansing and protection, Jasmine with attracting love or romance, Bay Leaves with luck and success, Juniper with clarity of thought and insight, and Mugwort with courage and psychic abilities.

Do I need any special tools to burn incense?
Yes – you will need some sort of fireproof container such as an incense burner or bowl filled with sand in order to safely burn your incense without setting anything on fire. You will also need a source of heat such as a match or lighter in order to light your incense before using it in your ritual or spell casting session.

Is there any special way I should store my incense?
Yes – it’s best to store your incense away from direct sunlight and away from any sources of heat such as stoves or radiators as this could cause your incense to lose its scent more quickly than if stored properly in a cool dark place such as a cupboard or drawer away from direct sunlight or heat sources.

Can I use any type of incense for Voodoo practice?
Yes – while certain types of scents have specific meanings within Voodoo practice, you can use any type of incense that appeals to you regardless of its associated meaning within Voodoo practice as long as it has been prepared safely according to instructions on the package before using it for your rituals or spells.

Does burning incense really help me perform better during rituals?
Burning certain types of incenses can certainly help enhance the atmosphere during rituals by creating an uplifting environment that helps promote positive energy flow throughout the area where the ritual is being performed – however it’s important to remember that no amount of burning incense alone can guarantee success so make sure you are well prepared before beginning any magical work.


Incense has been used for centuries in spiritual practices all over the world – including that of Voodoo – for its ability to create an atmosphere conducive to magical workings and rituals. In this article we explored some of the most popular scents used in Voodoo practice – Dragon’s Blood, Frankincense & Myrrh, Sandalwood, Cedar Copal etc – each carrying their own meaning within the practice depending on what type of ritual you are performing at the time. Proper storage of your incenses away from heat sources and direct sunlight will help ensure that they retain their potency longer while burning them carefully according to package instructions will help prevent any accidents from occurring during your magical workings.