Green Patchouli Incense Sticks from India
Green Patchouli Incense Sticks
40 grams contains approx 40 sticks - Made in India
Fragrant Patchouli incense imported from India. It's called green Patchouli because the incense color is green and it has been hand-rolled onto pink incense sticks. The fragrance is light and refreshing, it burns clean, and I can detect what smells like a hint of vanilla. It is not heavy or purfumy, the incense smoke burns white. This incense is packaged from bulk into 40 gram (approx 40 sticks) clear plastic bags and sealed. Imported from India. Vithaladas Narayandas & Sons, Poona 2.
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To light stick, cone and cylinder incense, hold a lit match or a lighter flame to the coated end of the incense for ten seconds or more, then remove the flame. The incense will generally extinguish on its own and begin to slowly burn, but if it continues to flame, you can simply blow it out and it should proceed to smolder.
Incense burns slowly, so it is easy to forget that it is still a live flame that must be treated with care and respect. It is important to always be conscious of where your incense is and what it might come in contact with.
Always make sure that no part of burning incense comes in touch with wood or other flammable materials. Never burn incense with anything directly above it, as the rising smoke can cause discolorations and possibly fire. Incense burners themselves can also get very hot, so be careful not to place them on wooden surfaces or to touch metal burners after you have been burning incense in them.
Never leave burning incense unattended. As with candles, don't leave the house while incense is still burning - if you need to put a piece of incense out, turn it upside down and bury the flame in sand or ash. This will allow you to continue using the incense in the future.
In general, always keep in mind that when you are burning incense you are working with fire, which is both a beautiful gift and a potentially hazardous force that must be treated with care and respect. Always be conscious of your incense, both as a wonderful scent and a smoldering flame. And be sure to keep in mind what type of incense is appropriate for what type of burner and where these burners can be placed for maximum safety. If used with a little bit of care and respect, incense is very safe and a wonderful tool for daily use!
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