Bakhoor Incense Burning Oil
home fragrance | ceremony grade | incense oil
Fragrant, woods, enriched with fine, fragrant oils. Incense burning in the old Arab tradition as it is practiced in Egypt today. During burning valuable fragrances are released and spread a relaxing lovely scent.
To burn incense with Bakhoor oil it is best to use an oil burner. Place a few drops of the oil in the burner with a tablespoon of water to create a beautiful incense vapor.
Bakhoor can be used for many occasions:
- Perfuming the house, clothing and/or hair
- Welcoming special guests
- For weddings and other special occasions
- Boost positive energy
- Deodorize smells that may come from cooking
- Enhance one’s mood and increase creativity
- Create a romantic atmosphere for a couple’s bedroom
History of Egyptian Oils
In ancient Egypt, extracted fragrance oils were used in rituals, the body and in the hair These ancient perfumes were much thicker than what we use now, similar to a honey or an olive oil consistency. They were potent and remained on the wearer all day.
Ancient Egyptians often used moringa, linseed, sesame and castor oils in their perfumes along with different plants, flowers and wood fragments. Some extracts of almond and olive oil were also used to increase the quality and pungency of the perfumes.
15 ml glass bottle
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