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Bamboo Hemp Hand Dipped Incense Sticks
Bamboo Hemp Hand Dipped Incense Sticks
Zero Waste Hand Dipped Incense
Bamboo Hemp Hand Dipped Incense Sticks
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Bamboo Hemp Hand Dipped Incense Sticks - 20 Pack

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Bamboo Hemp is a fresh and balanced blend of bamboo stalks, vetiver, and patchouli, with undertones of hemp seed and oakmoss.

Bamboo Hemp hand dipped incense sticks come in packs of 20. They have a 45-60 minute burn time and produce no black smoke. They are beautifully fragrant without being too overpowering.


Hand dipped by us using only the finest quality essential oils and phthalate free fragrance oils.

Directions : Light the end of the stick using a lighter or a match. Let the end burn for 5-10 seconds before gently blowing out the flame. The end of the stick should be glowing red and smoking. Place your burning incense in or on a stable, non-flammable, heatproof burner. 

Never leave burning incense unattended. Keep both lit and unlit incense sticks out of reach of children and pets.


🌎Our hand dipped incense is packaged in resealable cellophane bags rather than plastic bags. Cellophane is derived from natural sources such as wood, while plastic wrap is made from oil. Only about 12 percent of all U.S. plastic bags and plastic-wrap packaging is recycled. The consumption rate of plastic is hundreds of times that of cellophane, and the sheer volume of plastic waste is overwhelming. For these reasons we favor cellophane over plastic because it is a biodegradable material that can simply be composted at home.

♻️ Shipped carbon neutral and plastic free in recycled and biodegradable or compostable materials. Contributions from the carbon offset are currently funding Jari Para Forest Conservation Project in the Amazon rainforest. 

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