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Did you know that mosquitoes completely detest lavender and citrus? And they also hate smoke. Here you combine the three and get an unbeatable mosquito opponent. The package contains 10 sticks. Feel free to combine with Klinta's other mosquito products!
Generally about Incense sticks:
Incense has been used since time immemorial, primarily in a religious context. Nowadays though, incense is also used as a mood enhancer in the home or to aid meditation and a heightening of the senses.
How to use:
- Place the stick in an incense holder. If you do not have one, a bowl of sand or pebbles works just as well. Or use ash like the Japanese (read below how). Make sure that the stick is stable and can’t fall over.
- Light the tip of the stick.
- Blow out the flame, keeping the tip glowing.
- Always place stick on a heatproof surface. Enjoy!
The Japanese way
In Japan, incense is used a lot. There, the traditional base material is flattened ash in a jar. The Japanese prefer to use pure white rice straw ash, which is beautiful and very fine, but it is just as easy to use pure wood ash from your fireplace. First, sieve the ash to filter out any pieces of charcoal.
An ash bed is a fantastic base for incense and has the advantage that the ash falling from the incense itself is not visible.
35% bamboo*, 30% elm wood powder*, 15% poplar powder*, 5% guar gum*, 15% fragrance oil.