Douglas Fir Campfire Incense transports you to the old growth forests of the Pacific Northwest’s Cascade Mountains. This incense is made directly from the Douglas Fir’s pitch, the sap that drips down the tree trunks; no hidden ingredients, charcoals, or perfumes. That’s why the incense smells just like you were walking under the branches of the ancient, giant Douglas Fir, as the citrus-like, fresh aroma the black barked trees produce in springtime fills the forest from its damp floor to its canopied ceiling. So when you can’t get out there, bring nature home.
Damp forest floor, snapped fir needles, fresh sap
Always burn incense in a well-ventilated area, with a fire-safe holder. Place the incense holder on a level, heat resistant surface and ensure ash and embers are caught safely.
Sustainably Harvested Plants, Tree Sap, Wood, and Bamboo Stick.
Pack is made from SFI (Sustainable Forestry Initiative) material and is printed with environmentally friendly inks.
Place incense in incense holder. Light the black end of the stick with a match or lighter. Hold the flame to the stick until it holds its own flame. Let the flame burn for a few seconds. Gently blow out the flame. Soon, smoke will rise and your incense will start to smell. Enjoy. Only burn in a well ventilated area. Don't leave unattended.
20 sticks per pack