Imbolc Loose incense, smudge, stove top potpourri, Imbolc herbs, potpourri

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Imbolc Loose incense, smudge, stove top potpourri, Imbolc herbs, potpourri Our custom blend of Winter to Spring Imbolc loose incense will raise your self care and meditation practice to a higher level. Carefully and with intention for bounty and protection we blend French Blue Lavender, Responsibly grown and harvested White Sage, Organic Chopped Peppermint leaf, Dried Culinary Tea roses, Organic Calendula Flowers, Clove Buds, Cardamom Pods, Cinnamon Sticks, Pine Cones for a smooth burning and calming loose incense. This blend may be used in an incense burner, caldron or smudge pot to release the powerful herbs and resins to calm and relax you. This may also be used as a stove top potpourri by adding a few scoops to a pot of simmering water, being careful to not allow the water level to become low and never leave the simmer unattended. This is perfect for days spent at home when friends and family gather to add a wonderful relaxing scent to the space. I add a sliced orange and cranberries to this for a fresh kick to the simmer. We have a video on our blog with detailed instructions for burning your incense if you are new to this practice. Available as loose incense alone or with Charcoal briquettes One roll (10 charcoal tablets) of Charcoal briquette is available with each bag of this beautiful incense. Light your charcoal or directly light 1 tablespoon of the mix for a delightful scent for your space. Available in an brown paper window bag (holds 3.5 + Oz by volume) Brass Censer available here- https-// Our packaging and kraft paper labels are simple, we concentrate on the luxury ingredients in our products not on expensive packaging. Sleek and modern farmhouse in design and true luxury in form. ©2016-2023 Teresa Lynn's Simple Luxuries® 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.