Morningstar Frankincense, Myrrh and Sage

Morningstar Frankincense, Myrrh and Sage

Japanese Incense is famous for its clean burning woods and delicate floral scents. The stick incense from Japan is a centuries old tradition with roots in the Shinto and Buddhist rituals and beliefs. Each stick is solid incense. There is no wood core.
Nippon Kodo has just added three new scents to their morning star line of incenses to add the sacred scents of middle east and the americas to their line of single note incenses.
  1. Frankincense – also known as “Frank Incense” or True Incense, this is a famous ingredient in church blends. In ancient times, it was used as currency in some areas, because it was so prized. Modern research has shown that burning frankincense can affect our moods, lifting our spirits when down. No wonder it is used in worship. It is truly enlightening.
  2. Myrrh – Burned in Indian temples and churches around the world, Myrrh is a rich and cleansing scent used for purifying. Researchers are discovering that Myrrh smoke has physical anti-bacterial properties, as well. Go figure. Again, the ancients knew what they were doing.
  3. Sage – Used for centuries in America for spiritual cleansing in a smudging ceremony, sage is a powerful plant ally. When you want to smudge a small space or just want a lighter scent for your ritual, this little stick will do the trick nicely.
Best of all, all three are in stock now, at the Eye and will be on our feature table for the next week or so. So stop in or buy online. With 50 sticks in a box (that’s right it’s not a typo), morning star Japanese Incense is an incredible value. Each stick is small, but it’s 100% incense, so you get pure scent.