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I am currently burning a benzoin gum combined with cedar resin that I bought and mixed. These and other wonderful incense resins are available at a copperative that sets up once each month here in Brazil where I am teaching. I find that of the resins available, this benzoin and the cedar are the highest quality. I also ALWAYS buy Palo Santo wood. It comes in nice broken pieces that smell good without burning them- much like the electric ozone smell just before a rain. Then, when the Palo Santo wood is burning, the black smoke created has this scent amplified, but then when you blow it out, the white smoke created makes a smell like a cabin in the woods up in the mountains in winter. With this incense and Palo Santo burning, I feel like I am in an old church. It is heavenly.



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