Experience the artistry of our natural Incense Sticks. handcrafted with care and expertise, these exquisite Indian incense sticks offer a delightful array of incense scents to enrich your space.
Immerse yourself in the captivating aroma of agarwood incense, sandalwood incense, wormwood, and thuja. Each stick is thoughtfully created using high-quality ingredients, ensuring a pure and authentic fragrance experience.
From the cleansing properties of wormwood to the soothing aroma of thuja, our incense sticks transport you to a realm of tranquility and spiritual connection. Create a serene atmosphere for meditation, relaxation, or spiritual practices using our cleanse incense.
To fully enjoy the aromatic journey, pair our Handmade Incense Sticks with your favorite incense burner or incense stick holder.
Guide to Burning Incense Sticks:
Step 1: Choosing the right incense stick
When selecting an incense stick to burn, hold it by the thick end and opt for the thinner end for lighting. This ensures a better burn.
Step 2: Igniting the incense stick
Light a match and bring the flame close to the coated end of the incense stick. Allow it to catch fire and let the flame burn for about 10 to 15 seconds.
Step 3: Managing the flame
After the initial burn, the flame will naturally taper off on its own. Alternatively, you can gently blow on the flame to extinguish it. Avoid burning the incense stick for too long to prevent wastage.
Step 4: Placing the incense stick
Once the incense stick is lit, find a suitable incense holder to secure it. Consider using an incense holder on a heat-resistant surface or a plate to catch any falling ashes.
Do’s for Lighting an Incense Stick:
- Use a dedicated incense burner that is flameproof and designed for this purpose.
- Place the incense burner on a heat-resistant surface, such as a trivet or ceramic tile, to prevent any damage.
- Ensure the incense stick is positioned on a heat-resistant surface away from flammable items like curtains or papers. Incense ash catchers can be helpful in this regard.
- Take precautions to avoid the incense stick or its ashes coming into contact with furniture, fixtures, or other flammable objects that could cause discoloration or fire hazards.
- Burn incense sticks in well-ventilated areas. Avoid lighting them in closed rooms or inside cabinets.
Don’ts for Burning an Incense Stick:
- Never dispose of a burning incense stick. Make sure it is fully extinguished before discarding it to prevent any potential fire hazards.
- Keep incense sticks out of reach of children, pets, and babies to prevent accidental burns or injuries.
- If you have respiratory conditions like asthma, it is advisable to avoid incense sticks. Consult your physician for personalized advice.
- Be aware of the effects of incense sticks, as some may contain herbal components that can have mind-altering properties. Research and choose incense sticks wisely.
- Always attend to a lit incense stick and never leave it unattended in your home.
- Refrain from consuming incense sticks orally. They are meant for aromatic purposes only.
- The burning time of incense sticks generally ranges from 20 to 40 minutes, depending on factors such as thickness, length, and quality. Keep in mind that the size of the incense stick will affect its burning duration.
How Long Does an Incense Stick Burn?
When it comes to burning an incense stick, you might wonder how long it lasts. Generally, an incense stick will burn for approximately 20 to 40 minutes in most cases. However, keep in mind that the burning time can vary depending on factors such as the stick’s thickness, length, and quality. Additionally, the size of the incense stick itself plays a role in determining its burning duration.