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Seven Wood Incense SamplerIncensio de Santa Fe

Remember the smell of a campfire with giant chunks of wood? Here's an incense which evokes the unique smell of a crackling fire in open air. They have seven varieties: alder, cedar, fir, hickory, juniper, mesquite, and pinon. Incienso does not make sticks or cones, but pressed bricks.

Natural Wood Incense for tree-huggers

Incienso de Santa Fe has specialized in single-note wood scents since 1964. All of their offerings come from trees that are native to America and, in the spirit of conservation, are made from only dead or fallen trees. People say that this incense makes them remember all kinds of wonderful things...the perfume of the painted desert, a crackling campfire on a high mountain trail, the morning mist settling in a Zuni village. If you love the natural smell of fragrant woods then you will love this incense! Not sure which wood to choose? Try the Seven Scent Sampler . . .
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7 Scent Sampler Natural Wood Incense Brick / Cone Abalone Shell Incense & Sage Burner Natural Alder Wood Incense Brick / Cone
If it's too difficult to choose between our seven different fragrances, try our sampler box. You get seven of each fragrance along with a holder. Fragrances include: Pinon, Juniper, Mesquite, Cedar, Alder, Fir Balsam, and Hickory. Ideal for burning cone or resin incense. Abalone Shells are also handy as receptacles for smudge wands, holder for crystals or trinkets, or just as decorations on their own. The sizes and markings will vary slightly, as these are produced by nature. Alder grows in the desert southwest and Mexico at elevations of 2000 to 6000 feet. This slow growing tree is very hard and has an equally distinctive odor.
Natural Cedar Wood Incense Brick / Cone Natural Fir Balsam Wood Incense Brick / Cone Natural Hickory Wood Incense Brick / Cone
In the spirit of Native America, Fred created Albuquerque Mountain Cedar. Native traditions tell that where there is cedar, evil will not enter. The temple of Solomon was also made of Cedar. Evergreen trees in nature, firs are tall, symmetrical trees with uniformly spaced branch whorls. Because of its height, Fir indicates aspiring views, far sight and clear vision. It symbolizes flexibility, astuteness and the ability to change. Mesquite trees in nature are tall, hardy and viewed as a Tree of Life. Because of their hardiness and ability to change up their water sources, these are symbols of survival and flexibility. Thriving where one would dry up.
Natural Mesquite  Wood Incense Brick / Cone Mini White Sage - Salvia Apiana Palo Santo Smudge Stick - Burseara Graveolens
Mesquite trees in nature are tall, hardy and viewed as a Tree of Life. Because of their hardiness and ability to change up their water sources, these are symbols of survival and flexibility. Thriving where one would dry up. 4" Mini White Sage Wand  - Salvia Apiana is gathered in respect from the mountain sides of the west coast. The richly potent scent of this broad leaf sage is unmistakable. A powerful cleansing smudge. When it is burned, the sacred smoke provides energetic protection, removes bad energy, uplifts the spirit and brings good luck. Traditionally used by the Incas and indigenous people of the Andes, it is a spiritual remedy for purifying and cleansing, and it also gets rid of evil spirits and misfortune. Light to flame, then blow out to smolder and create the smudge smoke. A single Palo Santo stick may be relit many times.
White Sage Leaf - Loose
Also known as Bee Sage or Magic Sage, the loose leaf version of what is usually used in a sage bundle is ideal when you just need to burn a little, or to break up and add to an incense mix, or to put in a sachet or mojo bag.

Sacred White Sage is revered as a cleansing an protection herb, in healing amulets, incenses, saches, to banish evil and gain wisdom.

All herbs are sold as curios only, for external use.
   
 
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Directions:
The bricks are best lit when treated like a miniature piece of firewood.
  1. Remove an incense brick from the box and hold the tip over a continuous flame (candle flame or lighter).
  2. Occasionally blow/fan it until the tip is a nice glowing ember.
  3. Place the smoking brick upright in a cone holder or level bed of sand in a holder and enjoy the aroma!