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Satya "Palo Santo" Dhoop Cones- Regular Incense Cones

Satya "Palo Santo" Dhoop Cones- Regular Incense Cones

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“Satya Palo Santo" combines the sharp scents of Pine, Mint and Lemon with the earthy scents of Frankincense and Myrrh, creating an incense that brings in good fortune and healing.

The Satya incense cones are crafted using the finest quality, natural ingredients. They produce a long-lasting fragrance.

How do Incense Cones Work?

The basics of using standard incense cones are as follows:

  1. Holding the incense cone with tweezers, charcoal tongs, or your hand, carefully light the pointed end with a match or lighter.
  2. When the incense cone is completely immersed in flame, carefully blow out the flame.
  3. Place the base (not the tip) on your heat resistant incense burner and let it burn all the way down.
  4. Incense cones will produce quite a bit of smoke. There are special incense boxes you can burn the cones in which not only look great, but help to disperse the smoke so that it is not billowing out into the atmosphere!

 

Product Specifications

Box dimensions: 70mm x 60mm x 20mm

Weight: 37g

Box Quantity: 12 cones and stand

Please note: This product is designed to be used with a regular incense cone burner and will not work in a backflow incense burner. This listing is for the incense cones only- accessories are for display purposes only.

*Always place your incense on a heat resistant surface, away from flammable materials

*Keep out of reach of children and pets

*Do not handle incense ashes or cone immediately after extinguishing- always wait until it has cooled.

 If you would like to learn how to use the different types of incense cones, read our blog post here.

 

In Stock And Ready To Ship From NSW, Australia

All of our inventory is held on site so you don’t have to wait to receive your product from a 3rd party seller. When your order is complete we will ship your parcel within 24 hours, excluding on weekends and public holidays.

$9.95 Flat Rate Standard Shipping

$9.95 Flat rate shipping in Australia. Free Standard Shipping in Australia for orders over $150. International shipping currently not available.

Order Dispatch

We aim to ship all orders within 1 working day. If your order is received on a weekend or public holiday it will be sent the following working day. If you would like to read more visit our shipping policy here

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