Resin Incense has been used since Biblical days. It is the purest form of incense: natural gums, resins, wood chips and herbs from aromatic plants, used either in pure pellets or in a pre-mixed blend, and warmed with heat (usually charcoal disks or tablets) to emit their fragrance through aromatic smoke.
NOTE RE ASTHMA: Like many other irritants, smoke from incense can irritate and cause asthma. If you are a known asthmatic please consider this before purchasing incense products.
Under the RESIN INCENSE page you'll find dozens of different pure gums and blends, in the most divine natural scents to suit every taste - from traditional Frankincense, Myrrh or Copal, to more exotic blends like Blue Nile or Seduction Blend. If you enjoy standard stick incense, you are sure to enjoy resin incense.Each listing contains instructions on how to burn this type of incense on charcoal tablets.
Ritual Incense Blends are great for creating your own ritual to suit an occasion or purpose, from House Purification to Healing. Each blend features a selection of herbs, botanicals and resins that have traditionally been used for each purpose.
Auroshikha's Resin Sticks make using pure resins clean and simple: pure ground resins or woods are pressed into stick form around a bamboo stick, meaning you can burn them in atraditional Indian incense stick burner with no need for charcoal.
Censers are used to burn resin incense in, but can often also be used for incense cones, dhoop or even smudging. From simple screen censers to elaborate brass versions with mother of pearl detailing, there are plenty of choices to personalise your resin experience.
Charcoal tablets and tongs can also be found in this section.
If you're new to resins or curious to find out more, our Resin Packs & Kits section covers everything from the simplest Frankincense & Myrrh kit, to our Premium Resin Kit complete with burner, charcoal, tongs and resins. Instructions are included with each kit so they make excellent gifts, even for those who have never used resins before.
CLICK HERE to view our Learn More page covering everything you need to know about getting started using resin incense and charcoal.