⥇ THE LOOSE INCENSE BUNDLE ⬾
⇻ Your choice of two loose incense blends (please select in drop down menu)
Each comes in a small 30ml glass jar with cork stopper. (Approx 35g each)
𝐒𝐞𝐢ð𝐫: Inspired by the Old Norse practise of Seiðr - the shamanic art of insight + shaping of the future. A blend of Mugwort, Frankincense, Rosemary, Yarrow, Lavender.
𝐅𝐫𝐞𝐲𝐣𝐚: Inspired by the Norse Goddess of love, fertility, beauty + sex, Freyja. A sensual, heart focused blend of Rose, Benzoin, Damiana, Patchouli.
Skaði: Inspired by the Norse Goddess of Winter, Skaði. This blend is in honour of the darker half of the year, invoking the strength, courage + endurance of Skaði. A blend of juniper berries, pine resin + needles, star anise, red cedar, cloves.
Litha: Inspired by the longest day of the year, the pinnacle of the Sun's power. Invoking the energies of the Summer Solstice (Litha) - growth, abundance, joy, celebration!
A cheery blend of Calendula, Chamomile, St John's Wort, Lavender, Elderflower, Elderberry, Dammar Gum.
⇻ A wheel thrown, custom made incense dish - made of earthy stoneware clay. By fellow Dorset maker Helen Walker Ceramics
⇻ 10 × charcoal discs for burning (burn time, approx 60 mins each disc)
⇻ Detailed instructions for those folk new to loose incense
And if you'd like this bundle gift wrapped (shown in the final image), please select that option in the drop down menu.
Never leave burning incense unattended. Use in a well ventilated space, this style of incense burning can get very smoky. Do not use 𝐒𝐞𝐢ð𝐫 if pregnant or are trying to conceive.
Please note: Ceramic dish will get EXTREMELY hot once charcoal disc is lit in it. Only place dish on a heat proof surface. If you need to move dish once disc is lit, please wear heat resistant gloves or something protective. Never dispose of lit charcoal disc, wait until it's finished burning.
Be mindful of initial sparks that may fly when you first light charcoal disc. These minor sparks will only last roughly 30 seconds, until the surface is fully lit. We recommend a layer of salt under the charcoal disc, to avoid burning the ceramic dish :)
Stag + Seer and Helen Walker Ceramics will not be held responsible for incorrect usage. xx