Honey: Love, beauty, immortality, sweeten a person or situation.
Coconut: Purification, protection and chastity.
Incense has been around since ancient times — it was used in religious rituals in ancient Egypt, Babylon, and Greece. Over the centuries and into the present day, people throughout the world have used incense for a variety reasons, including as a:
- component of various religious practices
- tool to counteract bad or disagreeable odors
- way to repel demons or evil spirits
Incense is typically made up of an aromatic material that produces a scent and a combustible binding material that holds it together in a particular shape.
The aromatic materials used for making incense are typically plant-based and can include a variety of resins, barks, seeds, roots, and flowers.
How to burn incense:
In order to burn incense, you first gently ignite it. For example, to burn an incense stick you would use a lighter or a match to light the tip. Once the incense has been ignited, you then gently extinguish the flame, typically by blowing it out. The incense will then glow and begin to produce scented smoke. The burning time of incense varies by its form.