Summer across the low prairies of the northern plains of the West is a time of harvest and bounty. The warm wind glows with the cinnamon bread-like aroma of the flowering Sweetgrass, and the long days make it hard to imagine the place locked under a layer of snow which is sure to happen in just a few months.
This Campfire Incense elicits the same types of emotions, triggered by this wonderfully fragrant plant: home, hearth, baking, cooking, spice are all words commonly used to describe this universally enjoyed experience. Often burned for fragrance as a smudging braid, Sweetgrass as a Campfire Incense delivers the same Wilderness Perfume, dried, ground, and long-burning.
Vanilla, fresh-cut grass, cinnamon bread baking in the oven.
Wildcrafted plants, tree sap, wood, and bamboo stick. No charcoal or perfume.
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.