Traditional amber tree resin incense from Guatemala. Amber in it's various states has been used for eons as incense frequently in churches and sacred places. In Mexico it is used for Day of the Dead. 4cm diameter.
4 balls x 4cm $20 + 4 free bamboo charcoal non saltpeter discs
Can be used with Day of the Dead Peruvian dish 9.5x9x6cm This dish is also good for large candles or your Day of the Dead earrings
Break a ball of incense up or use an entire one place the incense on the charcoal in Holy Kitsch! skull dish you can put a little sand in the dish if you want it not too hot. As the charcoal is natural bamboo with no salt petre you will need to hold a flame for 60 seconds to the charcoal for it to glow. Snuff out with skull glass.
Beautiful fresh and sweet aroma, very cleansing. Use on a candle lit evening.
Video: A Guatemala art exhibition within confines international art world maintains voice. Currently Guatemalans are fighting the Tahoe mining company who kill protestors aaarrgh!
Holy Kitsch! amber is a traditional incense keeping alive endangered traditions and traditional endangered art forms same as Aboriginal people have gained world recognition for their traditional and contemporary art all relevant.
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