Morning Star Amber incense is produced by the renowned Japanese incense specialists, Nippon Kodo.
Amber is an oriental scent and when the amber incense is burned, you can expect to release a rich and earthy fragrance, with a hint of honey and musk. It’s a warming and comforting scent, so it’s no wonder it’s a popular incense to use in the autumn and winter months, when the weather outside is colder and there’s more incentive to stay warm inside.
Like the other incense in the Morning Star range, the amber incense sticks can successfully be combined with other incense fragrances to create your own home scent. For example, try burning amber incense alongside a woody fragrance such as pine or a contrasting scent, such as vanilla.
Our products may not be the cheapest on the market like other “high-street” occult brands, but this is because we are not like these brands.
We are a traditional coven of practitioners and we only sell GENUINE products of exceptional quality. Our products are AUTHENTIC and HANDMADE by us according to our members' family recipes, with the finest traditional ingredients (genuine essential oils, organic herbs, plant oils, high grade minerals and more), ethically sourced, and prepared with care, love, and intention in a ritualistic way.
Cheaper versions and knock-offs of these products are mass produced in factories (wholesale) using generic recipes, synthetic fragrances, plastic fibres, unethically sourced materials etc. and made with questionable methods. But NOT ours!
Ours, are made in the traditional way that has been passed down from one generation to the other, and specially crafted just for you! Nevertheless, we do try indeed to keep our prices as low as possible for you to enjoy the products and supplies you want at an affordable price.
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