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The best part of using incense sticks is their capability to lighten and purify the environment almost instantly. They purify our souls, boost our mood, reduce anxiety and can also protect us from various infections. All thanks to their healing fragrances that leave an everlasting impact wherever they are burnt.
Although incense sticks can easily be found in a variety of fragrances and blends, have you always wanted to make your own incense sticks, blending fragrances to suit your preferences,
Well, whatever the case is, the good news is
Below is a simple step-by-step guide to
Things You will need
Procedure to make incense sticks from essential oils
Use a long shallow dish to let the incense sticks soak in the essential oils. However, if you do not have one, you can make use of aluminum foil and fold it in a V shape.
Making one incense stick at a time
The choice of fragrance for an incense is completely up to you.There are literally hundreds of blends or you could get creative and work on something unique and exciting.Stay experimental when it comes to making your own incense sticks.If you are a novice, we would suggest that you go with one incense stick at a time. And once it goes fine and you’ve found the perfect blend, you can make a bunch of them altogether.
Follow our instructions:
Step 1: Lay your blank and unscented incense stick on an oval dish, or a temporary dish made of aluminum foil.
Step 2: After that, mix two or more essential oils that you are fond of. You can even use a single essential oil too.
Step 3: Sprinkle the essential oil over the unscented incense stick. One incense stick would need around 20 drops of pure essential oil.
Step 4: You can reuse the drippings in the box. Once the whole incense stick is mixed with the essential oil, store it in a glass jar and let it dry for twenty-four hours.
Step 5: After drying, the incense sticks are ready to use. This is an easy and simple method to carry out.
Step 6: You can also add the essential oils using an eyedropper to avoid spilling.
Try some of our combination if you are looking for some inspiration:
To stay Calm and composed: Frankincense and Jasmine
To Feel cozy at home : Vanilla
Fruity Scents Is the new delight to mind: Cherry,Mango and Lemon
To awaken the child in you : Candy and bubblegum
Making a bunch of incense sticks
The procedure to make a bunch of incense sticks is similar to what we discussed above. For instance, let’s assume that you want to make 50 incense sticks. Considering that each incense stick needs 20 drops of essential oils, 50 incense sticks would require 50 * 20 = 1000 drops of essential oil.
Added perks to making incense sticks this way is you don’t even need to burn the incense sticks for a few days. You only need to open the jar in which they are kept, and the scent will fill the room right away!
Making your own incense sticks can be a fun process. It is a satisfying process as well as you know that the materials used in the incense are pure, of good quality and as per your tastes and desire. You can add sandalwood oil to your fragrance blend if you are fond of the light smell. Some popular incense sticks that can be easily made include the likes of patchouli, sandalwood, rose, lavender, rain, jasmine and so on. You can also use these incense sticks to gift somebody and brighten their day. Your guests would be enchanted with the refreshing aroma of your house or the place you choose to light them.
What are you waiting for? Get started today. Do not forget to share your experience with us in the comments.