Lesson 3: How to Make Your Own Incense Cones

Download Your Incense cOne Making Blueprint Below:

Lesson 1:
The Core Foundations of Incense

Lesson 2:
The Building Blocks of Incense

Lesson 3:
Making Your Own Incense

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    14 replies to "How to Make Your Own Incense"

    • Sharon

      I can’t find the tragacanth on your supply link. Is there a substitute. Also, approx how many 1 inch cones does recipe make?

      • NW School of Aromatic Medicine

        Hello, sorry about that. We have just restocked our Tragacanth supply! The recipe in this series will make about 10-15 cones, depending on their size of course.

      • NW School of Aromatic Medicine

        Hi Sharon, Tragacanth is back in stock. You can also use Guar gum or Xanthan gum. This recipe makes roughly 10 – 15 1 inch cones. Depending on their thickness.

    • c

      Definitely going to try this out! Thank you! Will have to gather my ingredients and give it a try. Enjoyed your presentation

    • Stephenie

      Thank you soo much for your time & wisdom! Many blessings!

    • janet

      perfect class, love downloads and very good class

    • Desirae

      This was a very well explained and easy tutorial! ✨ I can’t wait to make my own. Thank you 💨

    • kelly mayville

      How much water do we use in this recipe ?

      • Summer - Student Suppport

        Hi Kelly,

        The recipe calls for 3 1/2 teaspoons of water, added in small increments to thoroughly incorporate it into your mixture. If you haven’t already, be sure to download the pdf found just below the video lesson for the full recipe.

    • Debra

      Thank you for the informative well narrated video. I have one other question. Can you use rose oil in this mix? in the water mixture?

      • NW School of Aromatic Medicine

        Hi Debra. Are you referring to essential oil, or something else? Since oils are not water soluble there is a more advanced way to calculate out how to add them into incense to help them disperse properly. Usually alcohol is used in these methods. It would be too much to lay out that whole process here. Rose hydrosol can be used in place of water easily however!

    • Debbi

      I saw that xanthan gum can be used in place of Tragacanth. Is that substitution 1:1?

    • Ronna

      Thank you Evan for the mini workshop series!

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