Incense Burner set with 10 pieces hand formed Palo Santo Incense Cones and Brass hanging Censer

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Incense burner starter set- 10 hand rolled Palo Santo Incense cones with Solid Brass censer (incense burner). This set includes a beautiful solid polished brass censer with a removable top for easy use and cleaning. The censer has a sturdy pedestal base as well as three hanging chains to allow it to either be used stationary or suspended or carried. The Censer is 4.5 inches tall and 3.5 inches wide with perfectly placed holes in the lid of the censer to allow a perfect burn and the smoke to be diffused at a consistent rate. The very top of the censer forms a chimney for the smoke to escape as well. Included in the set is a set of 10 XL Palo Santo Incense cones which are 1.5 - 2 inches tall and may be easily broken into pieces for use when less smoke is needed. These cones produce a very large amount of smoke and are often best used in smaller pieces when used in closed spaces. USE- There are many ways to use your censer so here are a few ways I prefer. Incense cones- Place 2-4 tablespoons of any type of clean sand or salt (I prefer pink Himalayan sea salt) in the bottom of the censor to make a bed to insulate the incense and help regulate the burn rate. Place one cone on the bed of sand or salt and light it, blow gently on the top until you see an ember begin then replace the top of the censer. Loose incense and resin- Place 2-4 tablespoons of any type of clean sand or salt (I prefer pink Himalayan sea salt) in the bottom of the censor to make a bed to insulate the incense and help regulate the burn rate. Hold a charcoal briquete with tongs and light it, when the sparks have stopped and the charcoal begins to blow place it on the bed of salt or sand. Carefully add your loose incense, resin or blend on top of the charcoal and wait for the smoke to begin to rise before replacing the lid. Use caution when burning your censer as the metal and charcoal will become hot, avoid flammables and do not touch the metal surface until the censer has completely cooled. Care and cleaning- When your incense if finished and the censer has completely cooled pour your salt/sand and burned incense or resin into a heat safe container and gently wipe out the bowl of the censer. You may clean the censer with mild soap and water if needed. I save my salt and ash in a heat safe container with a lid (reused candle jars are perfect) for later use as black salt. When you have the desired amount saved, pour it into a mortar and pestle and grind it into a fine powder to crush any leftover incense or herbs. Black salt has many uses for protection and intention setting. I like to leave a small open bowl of it sitting in well traveled areas of my home to cleanse the space as well as sprinkling it around entry points to my home. If you are going to pour it outside across your drive or pathways you can skip the cursing it step. Cones for refill are available here- https-// All pictures, videos, descriptions and content on our printed material, website, blog and social media is the property of Teresa Lynn's Simple Luxuries, LLC. ©2016-2023 Teresa Lynn's Simple Luxuries® ALLERGIES AND SENSITIVITIES Are scented candles and skincare products triggers for asthma or allergies? Although millions of Americans regularly use scented products without any negative effects, it is always possible that a particular fragrance might trigger a negative reaction in a very small percentage of sensitive individuals. Individuals with known sensitivities to specific fragrances may want to avoid products of those scents. In addition, consumers should remember to burn all candles, whether scented or unscented, in a well-ventilated area and test skincare products in a small area before use.