Grain incense is actually one of the purest forms of incense. It is extracted from the resin of the boswelia tree. The most famous species are the Myrrhe, Frankincense, Copal and Benzoe. We also carry many other species such as dragonblood and other grains where essential oils have been added.
If you want to incinerate grain incense, it is wise to buy a good incense burner. And of course you can also use a normal earthenware bowl, and put it under a fireproof plate or dish again to ensure safety.
With different grains you can create a different smell and therefore a different mood. It is also important to start with not too many grains on the charcoal, otherwise the smell can sometimes become too strong. the advice is to use no more than 4 to 5 grains at a time. The charcoal remains warm for a long time and if you want more scent, you can always add grain incense later. Some granules can provide a very strong cleaning of the environment. It is therefore also used to clean environments or living quarters of spirits or negative energies.