How To Make Incense Pellets




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Krazyboytx: @FeetElise When I was 15 I am 29 now!!!!

sizzlinwitch: Hey a couple questions: 1. Where do you get your labdanum? I've looked online and it seems to all be a resin, but doesn't look goopy and sticky like yours. 2. Why the paper bag? Just to keep dust and critters off of it - to keep safe while drying? Thanks!

Whisteriakelsey: what an awesome idea! I have loose incense everywhere that I have made over the years I will post a VR when I get started transforming them! Great Video-!

selenethewhitewolf: Haha, yeah I could understand if you store a huge amount of herbs... I only use really small amounts at a time, and my average mojo bag is about the size of my big toe ^^ Basically, it's not too easy to get certain herbs and resins around here, so I use them sparingly when i do get 'em. <3

goddessmoonfire: OOOoo freezer for the resins! TY for sharing that! Resins have been a real pain grinding them fine. I have made kyphi incense pellets, soaking raisins in a red wine for a week, then draining & squeezing out the exceess liquid. THEN mix the herbs, resins, honey together and then shape & dry the same way. The raisins give a nice depth in fragrance that also gets better when aged. It smells wonderful! One of the best incense I made so far!

Krazyboytx: OMGODDESS!!! I never thought of that !!That would work duh Thank you for the tip i hope ppl Read you comment!!!

HalloweenFirefly: Thanks for sharing this is very interesting and I will SO be trying this. Also, I kept staring at your cupboard in the back. I get such a magickal vibe from it. BB!

selenethewhitewolf: Ah that's ok, I don't mind a little crumbling - it'll smell just as good! :) Thanks for the tip <3

Krazyboytx: Yes you can, they will take alittle more time to dry but I bet it would smell great!!

patella125: i really want to try this! my only problem is that i have no idea where to find the ingredients

crazypsychojenn: He he that was cool. So you can use honey also? Wow man that is so neat! Yay! Now I have a project to work on! Thanks for this. You are awesome! BB :)

Krazyboytx: @keithumz it dose have a distinctive smell but if you add lot of the dry mix in can mask it out!

Krazyboytx: I think the labdum is easier and you don't waste much as for the honey it may crumble!!! But thats just me!!!

Krazyboytx: @sizzlinwitch Some labdanum is more solid but still stick and should work find!!! As for the paper bag it helps it dry very well!!!

jaynswiss: really? its sticky enough?

Krazyboytx: @plogelvids I have a vid where I make incense cones too with out using salt Peter!!

jaynswiss: sshhh!! don't tell anyone (lol!) but sometimes i get lazy and use a peppergrinder to grind my herbs! i just love all your vids! sometimes we are just on the same wavelength, lol! pellets are such a great concept for herbal incenses i'm almost shocked that not many people have pondered the idea! i have tons of honey...gonna try this for sure, since i have some herbal mixes already curing! YAY4U!! oh, how about layering the pellets between waxpaper in the jar so they don't stick?

keithumz: Where do you get your labdanum resin, and does it have its own distinctive aroma and manna that changes the scent and energy of your incense pellets? I notice honey is fairly neutral scent-wise in pellets.

goddessmoonfire: OOOoo freezer for the resins! TY for sharing that! Resins have been a real pain grinding them fine. I have made kyphi incense pellets, soaking raisins in a red wine for a week, then draining & squeezing out the exceess liquid. THEN mix the herbs, resins, honey together and then shape & dry the same way. The raisins give a nice depth in fragrance that also gets better when aged. It smells wonderful! One of the best incense I made so far!

Veronica Roma: Thank you. That was great!

Krazyboytx: That would be great thank you!!!!

Krazyboytx: @FeetElise Lol!!!! Too funny now in days everything cause cancer even candles I am told!!!!

Krazyboytx: @keithumz i cant remember where i got it but i know i got it online!

selenethewhitewolf: I've never heard of the substance you're using to stick 'em together there, but I will be using honey when I try this... Do you find honey to be much different/easier/harder to work with? or is it more or less the same? <3

DreamingRedLotus: thank you for this information . it has helped immensely ! )0(

goddessmoonfire: OOOoo freezer for the resins! TY for sharing that! Resins have been a real pain grinding them fine. I have made kyphi incense pellets, soaking raisins in a red wine for a week, then draining & squeezing out the exceess liquid. THEN mix the herbs, resins, honey together and then shape & dry the same way. The raisins give a nice depth in fragrance that also gets better when aged. It smells wonderful! One of the best incense I made so far!

hkm424: looks like i have a great new project for this week! awesome! Love and Light!

jaynswiss: lol, if you knew my blender you wouldn't say that, lol! yeah, i've used a blender too, and a food processor to chop up big herbs like my lemongrass....yeah, NOT going to chop all that by hand again, and you end up with a really great powder sometimes when you use the FP. but for small herbs and resins...like i used PB for orris root chunks.

nicoleeyyyface: Thank you so much for this! I may have to try your hallow's eve recipe, it sounds amazing. Hopefully it will make for a blessed celebration (:

jaynswiss: HAHA! thats what i'm here for kiddo!

keithumz: Where do you get your labdanum resin, and does it have its own distinctive aroma and manna that changes the scent and energy of your incense pellets?

Krazyboytx: LOL !!!! I was waiting for some one to say it LOL!!!!! Bright blessings!!!

selenethewhitewolf: Hey jaynswiss, Some great ideas y'got there- I laughed at the pepper grinder trick, but I don't think I'd do the same as a pepper grinder mightn't be too easy to clean. How about a blender? <3
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