Crisp, cooling vetiver & Japanese hinoki, a type of highly revered cypress, are the main notes/materials in this calming incense. The scent fairly shimmers as it fills the room with its elegance. Unforgettable.
5 large pieces
Modern day incense production (even from many indie businesses) is usually made from the slave wage labor of children & women in poor Asian countries. It’s also made with unsustainable and also synthetic ingredients. Again, I have seen “natural” perfumery/incense brands using synthetic fragrance, easily detected by the claims of notes such as freesia, cyclamen, gardenia, moss and other scents that can’t be distilled as essential oils. Another practice is to use mostly charcoal and then dip the incense in a scent blend of synthetics, aka “fragrance oils” or essential oils. “Hand soaking” is what some of them call this. I call it green washing.
Tender Flower incense is a labor of love, made from plants gathered in the gardens, combined with genuinely ethical harvested & collected materials from around the world. Many are quite arcane. The plant materials used in TF incense create most of the scent and subtle healing benefits. Minute doses of oils and aromatic in house plant extractions are used to complement the natural woods, leaves, resins and flowers that make up the incense.
These are small batch productions & very special.
Use: light cone about 3/4” from the tip until you get a good flame. Do not blow out. Place the incense on a ceramic or metal holder and let the flame extinguish naturally. Do not leave incense unattended.