Incense Recipes For
Spring is the energy of birth, renewal, and rejuvenation.
Spring seasonal ingredients help give life and energy to an incense recipe.
You can build your own recipes by choosing two or more aromatics from the Spring Season Ingredients list.
You can also begin with one of the Spring incense recipes provided and make changes according to your tastes.
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Incense Ingredients for Spring
Top notes are the first aromas we smell. They're often lighter, sweeter and spicier, and diffuse into the air very quickly.
Middle notes (heart notes) diffuse into the air more slowly. They give body and fullness to a recipe.
Base notes are the longest lasting scents and most "fixed" of all. Most Base note ingredients are also "fixatives" meaning they combine or "fixate" all the ingredients together as one.
In most cases, at least one base note ingredient is recommended in a recipe. Combining multiple top, middle, and base notes will create an aroma with much more depth and body. There are no hard and fast rules though so have fun experimenting with each group to see what suits you.
*Fresh Spring blossoms from a fruit tree are a wonderfully aromatic addition to any incense recipe
You can also blend Spring ingredients with ingredients of other properties if you like, such as with those that encourage happiness, enhance dreams, or with a few that help spark creativity, etc.
The possibilities are endless and filled with fun… enjoy!
Spring Seasonal Incense Recipes
3 parts Mastic resin
1/2 parts Elemi
1/2 part Laurel Leaves
1 part White Sage
1 part Lavender
1 part Sweetgrass
Spice of Life
6 parts Frankincense
1/2 part Thyme
1/2 part Coriander
1/2 part Cardamom
1/2 part Star Anise
A "part" is any unit of measurement you wish to use, provided it's consistent throughout the entire recipe. We often use the conversion of 1 part = 1, 2, or 3 grams for small batches. If you prefer, you can use volume measurements with teaspoons, tablespoons and/or cups. Always measure after grinding & powdering.
Once you’ve selected the recipe or ingredients you wish to use, you’re ready to begin making your own Spring seasonal incense recipe.
First gather the ingredients you’ll be using then click begin to get started using our step-by-step guides.
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