Ascent Rain Forest Incense
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Ascent Rain Forest Incense

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Crisp, stimulating aromas of spruce, fir, and cedar woods, combined with earthy floral notes.The fresh scent of an ancient forest.

12 stick pack.

Our incense is made using reclaimed, sustainably harvested wood waste.

Our incense starts with a sustainably grown bamboo stick. A  thick paste of reclaimed rubberwood powder, Indian laurel bark powder (a natural gum, also know as jiggat), and water, is coated onto the stick. The sticks are sundried for several days and then infused with a blend of oils unique to each scent.

Reclaimed rubber wood powder(Hevea brasillensis), Indian laurel bark powder(Litsea glutinosa), bamboo, essential, and perfume oils

Our incense is made using sustainably harvested rubber tree waste wood, reclaimed from the furniture-making industry. Plantation-grown rubberwood is harvested after 25-30 years, once its rubber production dwindles. That wood is used in the furniture industry, we reclaim the sawdust and remanent wood and use it to produce our incense. 

Rainforest

Crisp, stimulating aromas of spruce, fir, and cedar woods, combined with earthy floral notes.The fresh scent of an ancient forest.

12 stick pack.

Our incense is made using reclaimed, sustainably harvested wood waste.

Production

Our incense starts with a sustainably grown bamboo stick. A  thick paste of reclaimed rubberwood powder, Indian laurel bark powder (a natural gum, also know as jiggat), and water, is coated onto the stick. The sticks are sundried for several days and then infused with a blend of oils unique to each scent.

Ingredients

Reclaimed rubber wood powder(Hevea brasillensis), Indian laurel bark powder(Litsea glutinosa), bamboo, essential, and perfume oils

Sustainability

Our incense is made using sustainably harvested rubber tree waste wood, reclaimed from the furniture-making industry. Plantation-grown rubberwood is harvested after 25-30 years, once its rubber production dwindles. That wood is used in the furniture industry, we reclaim the sawdust and remanent wood and use it to produce our incense.