The Incense Sticks are famous for their intense natural smell, the sticks originate from both India and China and are handmade. Dry Flora is mixed with perfume to create the smell of the Incense Sticks. After mixing this the "dough" will be put in a press with small holes at the end. By putting pressure on one side of the press the "dough" will come out on the other end through the small holes like spaghetti. After creating the wisps, they put the wisps down on wood and lay them in the sun for a few days to dry, depending on the climate.
Caution leaving the sticks in a room
Just like other flames, the Incense Sticks contains fire. Make sure the room is fire safe before using the Incense Sticks. We prefer not to leave burning Incense unattended. The best way to extinguish Incense is by dipping the tip in some water, that's the most effective way to make sure there is no more flame or smoke coming from the Incense that could burn the place down.