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  • Palo Santo Incense Sticks Palo Santo Incense Sticks

    Palo Santo Incense Sticks

    $11.50
  • White Sage Smudge Stick - 3 sizes White Sage Smudge Stick - 3 sizes

    White Sage Smudge Stick - 3 sizes

    $8.50
  • Teomati Sacred Copal Incense Sticks Teomati Sacred Copal Incense Sticks

    Teomati Sacred Copal Incense Sticks

    $15.00
  • Palo Santo Cones & Pieces - 20 Cones Palo Santo Cones & Pieces - 20 Cones

    Palo Santo Cones & Pieces - 20 Cones

    $13.00
  • Blue Sage Smudge Stick - 4.5 inch Blue Sage Smudge Stick - 4.5 inch

    Blue Sage Smudge Stick - 4.5 inch

    $3.50
  • Frankincense Tears Ancient Resin Incense Frankincense Tears Ancient Resin Incense

    Frankincense Tears Ancient Resin Incense

    $7.00
  • White Sage & Lavender Smudge Stick - 2 Sizes White Sage & Lavender Smudge Stick - 2 Sizes

    White Sage & Lavender Smudge Stick - 2 Sizes

    $4.50
  • Copal Resin Incense - Peruvian Negro Black Copal Resin Incense - Peruvian Negro Black

    Copal Resin Incense - Peruvian Negro Black

    $8.00
  • Peruvian Myrrh Resin Incense Peruvian Myrrh Resin Incense

    Peruvian Myrrh Resin Incense

    $7.00
  • Palo Santo - Shredded Loose Palo Santo - Shredded Loose

    Palo Santo - Shredded Loose

    $3.00
  • Medicine Wheel Offering Mix Sage, Cedar and Sweetgrass Loose Medicine Wheel Offering Mix Sage, Cedar and Sweetgrass Loose

    Medicine Wheel Offering Mix Sage, Cedar and Sweetgrass Loose

    $13.50
  • White Sage & Rose Petal Smudge Stick White Sage & Rose Petal Smudge Stick

    White Sage & Rose Petal Smudge Stick

    $5.50
  • White Sage Mini Smudge Stick - BULK/each

    White Sage Mini Smudge Stick - BULK/each

    $3.50
  • White Sage - Loose/Clusters - 2 Sizes White Sage - Loose/Clusters - 2 Sizes

    White Sage - Loose/Clusters - 2 Sizes

    $5.00
  • Espiritus del Ande Incense: Palo Santo, Wiraqoya and Copal Sticks Espiritus del Ande Incense: Palo Santo, Wiraqoya and Copal Sticks

    Espiritus del Ande Incense: Palo Santo, Wiraqoya and Copal Sticks

    $16.00
  • Original Healing Tibetan Incense Sticks

    Original Healing Tibetan Incense Sticks

    $4.25
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Incense is an integral part of spiritual practices and has been used for centuries in various cultures and traditions to create a sacred atmosphere, enhance rituals, and connect with the divine... without the use of synthetic fragrances.

Our carefully curated selection includes a variety of natural and organic incense sourced from all over the world. For many cultures, incense is more than just a tool for rituals and ceremonies. The word incense comes from the Latin incendere, which means to burn. The gentle smoke that rises from burning raw materials has the power to burn away any negative energy and create a sense of peace and harmony.

History of Incense

Incense has been used since ancient times for a variety of purposes, including religious ceremonies, medicinal practices, and simply as a pleasant fragrance. The earliest recorded use of incense dates back to ancient Egypt, where it was used in rituals and embalming processes.

Want to learn more about the history of sacred scents such as essential oil and incense? Check out our blog here!

Types of Incense

Incense can come in various forms, each with its unique benefits and uses. Some common types of incense include:

Cones and Natural Incense Sticks

Available in a wide range of delightful scents, cones and sticks offer a simple and convenient way to burn incense- simply light the burning end and watch as the stick transforms into aromatic smoke. 

Smudge Bundles

Traditionally used by Indigenous cultures for purification rituals, handcrafted smudge bundles combine the power of carefully selected herbs with the soothing and aromatic scent of incense smoke. 

Still want to learn more about burning incense and the different types of incense available? Start with our blog on resin incense here!

Choosing the Right Incense

Like essential oils, with so many different scents and types of incense available, it can be overwhelming to choose the right one for your needs.  One thing to consider is the purpose of your incense burning- are you looking for a specific scent to promote relaxation and stress relief or one that can enhance your meditation practice? Another factor to consider is the ingredients used in the incense- opt for natural and organic materials over synthetic fragrances for a more authentic and beneficial experience.