*Now through December 13th ~ purchase this Clay Bowl to burn your cones and get $5 off Incense!*
Immerse your atmosphere in the sweet, woodsy aroma of rare endemic Hawaiian Sandalwood, known as 'Iliahi. These natural incense cones are hand rolled by our team, and consist of only three botanical ingredients: Hawaiian Sandalwood dust, Japanese Makko powder (a pounded bark), and Hawaiian Vetiver hydrosol.
Hawaiian Sandalwood is a supremely precious and deeply aromatic tree. The species that grows here ~ Santalum paniculatum ~ is endemic to Hawaii's ecosystem, meaning it evolved over millenia distinctly from other Sandalwood species and is therefore truly unique. After nearly going extinct when the islands first became exposed to worldwide trade, 'Iliahi is now cared for by a few conscious growers who ensure its sustainable reforestation.
By its unique way of obtaining nourishment, Sandalwood teaches us to find the essence of our own nourishment deeply rooted within: as we are freed from a cycle of dependence, we are able to devote more mental energy to creative thinking. The richly aromatic wood also aids in grounding us and has a special affinity for the third eye, facilitating meditation and our spiritual connection with the universe.
To use, simply place the cone on an incense burner or heat proof dish and light the tip. Let every inhale of Sandalwood-infused air take you away to your favorite place in the woods.
The cones are quite potent ~ let them burn all the way through, or save for a few uses by smothering them out until they produce no more smoke and reigniting when you’re ready to use them again. Please never leave burning incense unattended and be sure to put them out fully.
*Hawai'i Grown ~ *Hawaiian Sandalwood / 'Iliahi Dust / Santalum paniculatum, Makko Powder / Machilus thunbergii & Big Island *Vetiver Hydrosol / Chrysopogon zizaniodes
Each 2 oz tin contains 6 hand-rolled cones packed in loose Sandalwood chips that you can enjoy as potpourri. Please recycle or repurpose the tin when finished. All labels are printed on recycled paper.