Incense has been used by the masses across the world for centuries with some cultures burning incense at significant ceremonies and others using during prayer. These days, incense is still used for spiritual purposes, but it is also enjoyed simply for its aroma, aesthetic beauty and therapeutic qualities. Incense comes in many forms, the most commonly found being stick incense that is burned (usual in a burner).
Incense stick blends vary in terms of quality, aromas, burning time and ingredients. The more luxurious incense sticks are often based on premium ingredients such as oud or agarwood and blended to produce premium aromas such as oriental damask rose and musk, luxurious leather with fruity wild strawberry or citrus, sea salt, and a woody/mossy undercurrent.
How To Burn An Incense Stick
Want to try burning incense? Not to sure how it works? Its easy, follow our simple guide below.
To burn stick incense, you’ll need:
- Incense stick
- Lighter or match
- Safe incense burner crystal dish
- Light the very tip of your incense stick with a lighter or match. The incense stick will create a flame, blow this out after 15 to 20 seconds.
- Place the incense stick in the incense stick crystal dish.
- Enjoy the aroma.
We hope you enjoy your incense experience. If you are looking for premium/luxury incense sticks and crystal dish for your home or for a gift, then view the iOud UK shop today.
Our incense products are oud and agarwood based incense sticks available in a variety of perfume blends including: oriental damask rose and musk, luxurious leather with fruity wild strawberry or citrus, sea salt, and a woody/mossy undercurrent. Shop online now.