Incense cones release fragrant smoke when burned. They have been used for centuries during meditation, ceremonies, in churches, altars, yoga studios and homes.
Incense smoke purify the space and bring sense of calmness. They are great "timers" for meditation. When incense is finished burning, you will know it's time end the practice.
Frankincense is widely used in many different religions across the world. Ayurvedic practitioners call it by its Sanskrit name dhoop and use it during healing and purification ceremonies. Frankincense is also often used during working with Third Eye chakra to increases clarity, concentration and intuition.
Myrrh has similar properties to frankincense and is often used during meditation to open up Third Eye chakra, especially if we trying to connect with "other world". It also clear the space from negative energy
How to use it: Light the end of an incense stick using a lighter or a match. Let the end of the stick burn for about 5/10 seconds, then gently blow out the flame. The end of the stick should be glowing red and smoking.
20 cones per bag