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20 count tins of seasonal Full Moon charcoal cone incense:

π”šπ”¬π”―π”ͺ 𝔐𝔬𝔬𝔫 ☾ The first full moon after the Spring equinox is especially potent, and new offerings are in order. Worm Moon is named as such by indigenous American tribes who saw the power of the return of the worms churning soil. The earth waking from its slumber from the ground up. This incense is cult favorite scent β€œSolstice”, reworked into a charcoal cone for fumigation and renamed to honor this lunation point. Originally made to venerate the magic of both solstices and equinoxes, scented like an enchanted forest. Bright lemongrass, vernal violet, martial nettle, patchouli soil and a conifer melange. Reimagined a hint greener and darker with petit grain and vetiver, but just as welcoming and sparkling like a forest folk song.

𝔓𝔦𝔫𝔨 𝔐𝔬𝔬𝔫 β™‘ the pastel goth sister to cult favorites Strawberry Moon incense. A sweet botanical suffumigation of fruits, berries, and blossoms with a hint of spice. Rose, Pink grapefruit and natural raspberry accord atop Pink Lotus, Pink Pepper and gentle pink cherry blossom fantasy notes. A beacon of bright spring through the winter months. Particularly useful for working with the nodes in Aries/Libra and for celebrating the rebellious energy of new growth while staying soft.

ℭ𝔬𝔩𝔑 𝔐𝔬𝔬𝔫 ❆ The first full moon after the Winter Solstice, the name of which comes from the Mohawk description of this lunation marking the descent into frozen stillness. ℭ𝔬𝔩𝔑 𝔐𝔬𝔬𝔫 incense cones are the scent of soft snow on icy evergreen. Lunar resins burning frigid and dark. Untouched snowflakes dotting the night sky… peppermint, camphor, hinoki, scotch pine and myrrh