Pinyon Pine Resin Incense

Pinyon Pine Resin Incense

Country of Origin: New Mexico USA

Method of cultivation: Ethically Wild Crated

Botanical Name: Trementina de Pinon / Pinus edulis

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This is the exquisite and aromatic tree resin from the Pinyon Pine Tree.

This medicinal resin is wild crafted ethically from trees deep in the wild places, in the Southwestern Desert Mountains.

Resin is gently removed from the trees when appropriate, but mostly, is collected from the forest floor beneath the trees. He has never harmed these sacred trees while harvesting this medicine.

 Resin has been used in herbal oils, salves and liniments. It is antimicrobial topically and has be used in New Mexico (for centuries) as a topical wound treatment (salve) for all kinds of animals and as well as humans.

 As a medicinal incense, a piece of resin is placed on a burning charcoal disc, allowed to fume and fill the air with its delightful sweet pine aroma. It will decrease viruses, bacteria, mold spores, and fungi in the air. It is purifying, protecting, grounding and ancient in its ethereal effects.

As a side note:

Pinyon Pine is otherworldly to me .. and I did mix some of the sagebrush in one of my burnings .. the combination was amazing. Do not be afraid to blend your incense to create a whole new experience.

Caution:

Always ensure when burning incense on a charcoal disc you have the burning resin and disc in a well insulated device (or plate). Never leaving burning incense unattended.

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