Handmade incense made from ethically sourced woods, herbs, resins, + oils.
Items are handmade, and might slightly differ from another.
Incense pellets were primarily used in Japan and China, its first uses were to preserve herbal medicines with honey. It is a noncombustible incense, meaning it's not to be actually burned, but heated with a charcoal and mica plate over a bed of white ash to release its fragrance.
These incense pellets are made with dried plum soaked in wine, and blended with honey, red sandalwood, dong quai, musk, and then aged for several months.
20x incense pellets, informational accordion zine, 10x incense charcoals, 1.5 oz white ash, + 5x mica plates
(If you don't have incense ceremony tools, you can just use a spoon or butter knife to press the ash. The ash needs to be pressed lightly, not compacted)