Extruding Incense sticks
Incenses for Druids
The following recopies are most appropriate for druidic work, or those engaging in reading, study, grove leading, serious ritual work, or other work. I also have posted an introduction to incense making as well as recipes for bards and ovates.
I suggest growing and/or wildharvesting as much of your ingredients as you possibly can (ethically, of course). This allows not only for more sustainable incense making, but also for you to work with the energies of the plants throughout the process. See my previous post for more information. These recipes were created by myself and members of Crescent Birch Grove; some of them were adapted from other sources (as noted) and the rest are fully original creations. I hope you enjoy!
Notes: Cone/stick incenses form a incense clay that you can then shape into cones, sticks, spirals etc. They need about a week…
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