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At Lughnasadh we see the fields of corn being cut, and for some this is the true time of the festival. In the fields John Barleycorn, who laid with the Lady in the woods at Beltane, has grown old, and now stands bent and bearded with a crocked cane. He looks to the Sun as he has changed from green to gold, and he known that his time has come. His life will feed the people, and it is this sacrifice that we honour at Lughnasadh. 
The blend has been carefully developed using 9 Herbs, 9 Essential Oils and 3 Wood Powders that are sacred or significant to the time of Lughnasadh.
Click the Ingredients tab above to find out which ingredients were included in the making of this blend.
The incense sticks are 19cm long and come in small (1.5mm diameter) in a pack of 27 or large (3.5mm diameter) in a pack of 11. The incense coils are 55mm in diameter and have a burn length of 300mm and come in a pack of 7.
Why not try some with a Sample Pack!
You may also like our Lughnasadh Oil Blend.
The following 9 Herbs & Resins were used in this incense recipe.Basil (Ocimum basilicum)
Clove (Syzygium aromaticum)
Elderflower (Sambuccus nigra)
Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare)
Frankincense – powder (Boswellia carterii) see more...
Oak Bark (Quercus robur) see more...
The following 9 Essential Oils were used in this incense recipe.Basil (Ocimum basilicum) see more...
Basil brings joy to the user. It creates an aura of understanding between people.
Cinnamon Bark (Cinnamomum verum)
Clove Bud (Syzygium aromaticum)
Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens)
Honeysuckle (lonicera japonica)
Lime (Citrus aurantifolia)
Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin)
Peppermint (Mentha X piperita)
The following 3 Wood Powders were used in this incense recipe.Cedarwood Powder – White (Cedrus Deodara) see more...
Cedar smoke purifies the home and ritual space. Use it in smudge sticks, incense, and sweat lodge ceremonies. The scent is said to enhance psychic powers.
Sandalwood powder (santalum album) see more...
Sandalwood is strewn to the directions or offered to the fire to bring protection and consecration to any ceremony.
The following ingredients were used in the loose incense recipe. It has also been infused with the Oil Blend listed above.
Each of the ingredients in this incense blend has been chosen for its properties that are sacred or significant to Lughnasadh, as well as contributing to the creation of a Sacred Space.
To complement our incense range, why not look at our incense burners too. Or you may like to store our incense sticks in a lovely rosewood tube.Bamboo Incense Coil Burner
Banksia Nut Incense Burner
Dragon Censer Ball with Stand
Incense Censer Bowl – large
Incense Censer Bowl – small
Rosewood Incense Storage Tube
Tibetan Bronze Alloy Incense Censer
USB Electric Bukhoor Incense Burner
Small Sticks – 1.5mm (Pack of 27), Large Sticks – 3.5mm (Pack of 11), Coils – (Pack of 7), Loose Incense – (10gms), Loose Incense – (16gms), Cones – Coming Soon, Sample Pack
References: The blends and essences created by Druid Alchemy have been influenced by a number of resources. We have listed those resources on the References Page.