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Elegant boswellia papyrifera, a more arcane species of frankincense. Did you know there are at least 12 species of frankincense, all with a unique scent profile and some with very different colors? 
Most people are only familiar with b. carterii, the very commonest of the franks.

If you find this intriguing, there are other interesting and unusual aromatics, including bio-regional and garden grown ones, that I’ll be introducing in the upcoming incense class.

This class is so much more than simply mixing some powders together and producing a batch of incense.
We’ll be learning to smell and evaluate aromas like pros; blend essential oils; use essential oils appropriately for incense; other simple but clever home extraction methods for scent; how to grind and prepare materials, and more!

You’ll come away not only with solid know-how to keep on making incense.. both monastery & sho koh loose forms as well as shaped cones...but also resources, interesting bits of aromatics/incense history and enough fragrant materials to experiment with and make some more incense at your leisure.

I’ve teamed up with @ritual_skincare to offer this class... she’s the host, I’m the teacher...and you can now access the link through her profile Linktree.

Scented plants, among the forms of plant medicines, really create a kind of container for us to heal.. it’s the one form where you can really clearly experience how plants .. through their fragrances.. affect our subtle bodies and hold us in support.
I hope you will experience this with me and Katie and each other, April 18th and 25th. But sign up soon! 💚

#incensemaking#handmadeincense#aromaticlife#naturalincense#fragrantsmoke#slowfragrance #scentedhome#plantmedicine#aromatics#plantmagic#plantsholdus#aromatherapy
Elegant boswellia papyrifera, a more arcane species of frankincense. Did you know there are at least 12 species of frankincense, all with a unique scent profile and some with very different colors? Most people are only familiar with b. carterii, the very commonest of the franks. If you find this intriguing, there are other interesting and unusual aromatics, including bio-regional and garden grown ones, that I’ll be introducing in the upcoming incense class. This class is so much more than simply mixing some powders together and producing a batch of incense. We’ll be learning to smell and evaluate aromas like pros; blend essential oils; use essential oils appropriately for incense; other simple but clever home extraction methods for scent; how to grind and prepare materials, and more! You’ll come away not only with solid know-how to keep on making incense.. both monastery & sho koh loose forms as well as shaped cones...but also resources, interesting bits of aromatics/incense history and enough fragrant materials to experiment with and make some more incense at your leisure. I’ve teamed up with @ritual_skincare to offer this class... she’s the host, I’m the teacher...and you can now access the link through her profile Linktree. Scented plants, among the forms of plant medicines, really create a kind of container for us to heal.. it’s the one form where you can really clearly experience how plants .. through their fragrances.. affect our subtle bodies and hold us in support. I hope you will experience this with me and Katie and each other, April 18th and 25th. But sign up soon! 💚 #incensemaking#handmadeincense#aromaticlife#naturalincense#fragrantsmoke#slowfragrance #scentedhome#plantmedicine#aromatics#plantmagic#plantsholdus#aromatherapy