What to expect from your Backflow Incense
40 mins each
How to Use Back Flow Incense
- 1Take a Back Flow Incense Cone,
- 2Hold a flame to the small end,
- 3Gently rotate the Incense Cone in the flame,
- 4Once lit remove the source flame,
- 5Wait until you see the tip of the cone turn red hot,
- 6Blow out the flame and place on an Incense Burner
- 7Watch as the Incense Fog flows down the burner.
Discover the beauty of Hand Made Backflow Incense
Palo Santo Fragrance
Palo Santo (Bursera graveolens) means “Holy Wood” and is a wild tree that grows in the Amazon rainforest of Ecuador and Peru. It belongs to the same family as Copal, Myrrh and Frankincense. Its wood, leaves and oil have been used for thousands of years by indigenous Shamans to heal the body and soul, purify spaces, clear negative energies and to prepare for meditation. Palo Santo has a sweet, balsamic, and herbal scents, wonderfully calming and soothing, which carries a powerful energy of healing and purification.
100% Hand Made
Every incense cone is hand made from natural resins and fragrance powder. Your incense is hand rolled and mixed with a special blend to create the unique fragrance pallet. Each incense cone is then hand checked by the maker with a final dowel placed in the middle of the cone to create the effect.
Downward flow and pooling
Backflow incense creates an amazing downward flowing pool of smoke that flows like a river. This is achieved by creating a cave in the centre of the cone that forces the smoke inside to flow down. When combined with specially designed backflow burners, you can get waterfalls, misty forests, and more.
Incense Safety Guide
Some top tips for enjoying your incense in a safe way.
- Enjoy responsibly
- Leave a 10cm space around your incense
- Use the appropriate ash catcher or Incense burner
- Use Incense to add fragrance to your home
Incense No No’s
- Leave burning Incense unattended
- Burn near children or pets
- Touch a lit Incense stick
- Place Incense near flammable objects