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juniper ridge - Cedar Campfire Incense

$110.00
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Description

The Story

Our Cedar Campfire Incense transports you to the rock-strewn beaches and dense coniferous forests of the southern Oregon coast. We make our incense directly from the cedar’s pitch, the sap that drips down the tree trunks; no hidden ingredients, charcoals, or perfumes. That’s how we get our incense to smell just like you are walking through the damp, mossy forests of the Pacific Northwest, surrounded by the green fresh scent of the old growth forests. So when you can’t get out there, bring nature home.

Usage: Always burn incense in a well-ventilated area, with a fire-safe holder. Place the incense holder on a level, heat resistant surface and ensure ash and embers are caught safely.

20 Incense Sticks per pack.

 

Region
Mountain

 

 


Scent Notes

Spicy Ginger, Fresh Moss, Ancient Coastal Rainforest

Ingredients

Sustainably Harvested Plants, Tree Sap, Wood, and Bamboo Stick.

 

Packaging

Pack is made from SFI (Sustainable Forestry Initiative) material and is printed with environmentally friendly inks.

Caution
Never leave lit incense unattended. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Consult a health care practitioner if you are pregnant or suffer from asthma or other respiratory issues. 

 

About this brand:

Juniper Ridge uses sustainably harvested plants and traditional steam-distillation techniques to handcraft high quality home and body care products at their workshop in Oakland, CA. By focusing on plants native to the West Coast, we bring the wild beauty of nature into your home. Unlike synthetic fragrances, these wilderness perfumes are extracted from real, native-plant sources. All Juniper Ridge products are 100% Natural and produced using old perfume making techniques including distillation, tincturing, infusion and enfleurage. A hundred years ago, all perfumes were made this way.

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