BOG MYRTLE INCENSE
The Bog Myrtle thrives in the harshest conditions of the northern hemisphere and is usually found in poorly accessible places and peaks of coastal hills. The aroma of this bush is very similar to that of the clove tree, resulting in a woody, spicy fragrance and with notes similar to the carnation fragrance.
It is perfect to mix with pure floral aromas since it complements this type of smells very well. Historically it has been used as an insect repellent.
Bog myrtle is collected in a sustainable way in the coastal hills of Margate.
Myrica Gale (Bog Myrtle) oil.
HOW IS IT USED?
Burn the top tip of the cone for about 15 seconds, then blow the flame until the tip looks clearly incandescent. Position the cone on a metal surface or bowl in the heart of your home for a better aroma infusion.
Each incense cone burns for approximately 15 minutes leaving a scent that will last between 2 and 4 hours depending on the size of the room.