Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Mabon Incense

  • 2 Parts Frankincense
  • 1 Part each: Sandalwood, Cypress, Juniper & Pine
  • 1/2 Part Oakmoss* (or Oakmoss oil instead)
  • A pinch of Oak Leaf
*Oakmoss is the greyish/white lichen that grows on the trunks of oak trees and is used in perfumery.

Burn incense on a charcoal disk or in a heat-resistant dish during your Mabon Ritual. It smells divine, Earthy.


Anonymous said...

I like this... but having a biologist boyfriend makes me not want to pick oakmoss, no matter how small an amount.

Lichen takes tens of thousands of years to grow, and is an indicator of how clear the air is in an area. I prefer to leave it alone, but I think I'll make this incense with everything else.


Rowan Silverstar said...

You can use Oakmoss oil as a substitute. I forgot to clarify that in the original bad ;P

conspiro Bob Org said...

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