{"id":1010472091763,"title":"Copal Resin - Wildharvested","handle":"copal-resin-wildharvested","description":"Copal incense is the dried resin of the copal tree. The incense is somewhat smoky when burned and has sort of a pine scent.The incense has been widely used since prehispanic times. It is burned year round in Mexican churches and is especially popular in the homes during the Day of the Dead celebrations.Copal resin has been used ritually by Mesoamericans for centuries. Crystallized copal resin chunks are placed on burning charcoal which produces a thick, sweet smoke. Copal resin is traditionally burned in protection, cleansing and purification ceremonies. Large amounts of Copal Incense were burned on top of the Aztec and Mayan pyramids. This is a non-combustible resin incense, which means heat must be applied to release its fragrance (usually with a self-lighting charcoal tablet). To use incense, ignite a charcoal tablet and place in a heat-proof container. 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Copal Resin - Wildharvested

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Copal incense is the dried resin of the copal tree. The incense is somewhat smoky when burned and has sort of a pine scent.The incense has been widely used since prehispanic times. It is burned year round in Mexican churches and is especially popular in the homes during the Day of the Dead celebrations.Copal resin has been used ritually by Mesoamericans for centuries. Crystallized copal resin chunks are placed on burning charcoal which produces a thick, sweet smoke. Copal resin is traditionally burned in protection, cleansing and purification ceremonies. Large amounts of Copal Incense were burned on top of the Aztec and Mayan pyramids. This is a non-combustible resin incense, which means heat must be applied to release its fragrance (usually with a self-lighting charcoal tablet). To use incense, ignite a charcoal tablet and place in a heat-proof container. Grind the incense to a fine powder and sprinkle on the glowing tablet.Resin Burning Guide:Use cup, bowl or incense burner deep enough to fill with earth or sand. Light charcoal on bottom edge until coal begins to ignite, sit charcoal on earth or sand within burner. Let sit for a brief period; until the coal has started to glow, then place resins or powder on charcoal. These coals will burn for an hour or so. Continue to place resins or powder on charcoal as they burn out and smoke decreases for a continuous burning. Once charcoal is lit, it should burn out thoroughly for the full period of time; it can not be extinguished and re-lit at another time.