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Making Your Own Incense

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Making Your Own Incense

Author: Tina Sams and Maryanne Schwartz
Publisher: Storey Communications, Inc.
Copyright: 1999
ISBN: 158017275X / 978-1580172752

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I discovered this brief but helpful 32-page book after I wrote the Incense and Aromatherapy article. It contains a lot of useful tips about making natural incense. Some of the info regarding essential oils isn't as thorough or as accurate as I would hope for, but those with a sound knowledge of essential oils should be able to still utilize many of the tips contained within this publication. I wish it was much more thorough, but at under $4 through Amazon.com (as of this writing), it's worth the price.

Table of Contents for Making Your Own Incense:

  • The Essence of Incense
  • The Science Behind the Scent
  • Crafting Our First Incense
  • Choosing the Right Ingredients
    • Fragrant Woods
    • Resins
    • Gums
    • Herbs and Spices
    • Essential Oils
    • Pyrotechnics
  • Smudge and Smudge Sticks
    • Making a Smudge Stick
    • Burning a Smudge Stick
  • Loose Noncombustible Incense
    • Burning Loose Noncombustible Mix
  • Loose Combustible Incense
    • Making a Loose Combustible Mix
  • Combustible Cones and Sticks
    • Making Your Own Sticks and Cones
  • Incense Recipes
    • Loose Incense Mixtures
    • Combustible Solid Incense
  • Mail-Order Resources


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