Thursday, November 29, 2012

Incense resins and their uses

Benzoin Gum

A herb of purification, burned in incense to sanctify an area. The scent is also used to attract business when combined with basil, peony or cinnamon. Dilute the essential oil and rub onto the body to increase your personal power. It awakens the conscious mind.

Black Diamond Resin

Black Diamond has a woody, spicy fragrance. Burn to clear negativity. For use with charcoal discs.

Copal Resin

Copal resin is traditionally burned in protection, cleansing and purification ceremonies. The dried resin, when burned, emits an
fragrance akin to frankincense but with a lighter, more citrusy tone.
Copal: Purification; consecration; contact with other planes; exorcism; spells.

Dammar Gum Resin

Dammar resin, also known as cateye resin, lifts the spirit and is said to bring light to the darkness of the soul. Dammar resin is particularly useful to combat sadness, depression and melancholy.

Dark Amber Resin

Created as an Ayurvedic formula for stress reduction, Elevating, Opens the heart, Calms the mind. The exotic fragrance of amber resin is extremely popular for its rich, earthy, musky scent. Amber harmonizes, balances, purifies, and enhances the body and senses.

Dragons Blood Powder

Magickal Uses: Exorcism, Protection, Purification

A semisweet, mildly spicy, floral aroma available in powder. It is thought to have aphrodisiac properties and has been used in incantations to bring back loved ones.

Dragons Blood Resin

The resin comes from the fruits of climbing palm trees, such as Daemonorops draco, in areas of tropical Asia. The fruit of the trees is covered in scales and the bright red shiny resin seeps out between the scales. As it seeps out, its traditionally collected, cleansed and then melted down to form a hard chunk of resin.

Its traditionally used to remove negative energies and spirits and is regarded as having cleansing properties. Its also calming, and some believe it has aphrodisiacal properties

Frankincense Resin

For Protection, purification, consecration, magical potency, and more. This is one part of the incense formula used in churches all around the globe. Traditionally used as a healing agent against tumors, ulcers, vomiting, dysentery and fevers. In China it is used to combat leprosy.

 

Guggle Resin


Guggle is an aromatic gum resin similar to Myrrh and is often used in perfumes. It is highly revered in Ayurvedic medicine where it is said to lower cholesterol. Burn it for protection, triumph, strength and competition

Gum Arabic (Acacia Gum)

Burn for altar offerings or purification; aids psychic powers, meditation, platonic love, psychic awareness; purification; inspiration; wisdom; visions; anointing; protection; prophetic dreams; spirituality; money. A sprig place over the bed wards off evil. Gum Arabic or Acacia, also known as gum hashab, is used in money spells. When employed in love spells, the result is said to be a platonic love. Burn with sandalwood for incense to stimulate psychic powers. The source of gum arabic is a small thorny tree found in Sudan, Nigeria and Kenya. Water soluble, gum arabic makes a good binder for other ingredients in incense recipes.

Myrrh Resin

Myrrh has been used since ancient times. It is believed to assist physical healing and promote feelings of happiness, strength and confidence. Myrrh is known for: Protection, purification, healing and magical potency.

Three Kings Resin

The Three Kings blend is produced from an ancient recipe combining three famous resins: frankincense, myrrh and benzoin.

The result is a long lasting resin with a harmonizing fragrance, traditionally used for prayer and particularly the Christmas period.

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