Backflow Incense Cones
You’re probably familiar with the traditional incense sticks that your grandma would always have burning in the house when you went to visit. Normally, the incense is in stick form and the smoke travels upwards. Incense also comes in cone form, with the only difference being the burn time and aesthetic. The nice thing about incense cones is they keep their ashes nice and tidy, compared to incense sticks which drop their ashes anywhere they want.
Moving forward to our backflow incense cones and burners. Backflow incense cones send incense smoke downwards and are specifically designed to be used with Backflow Incense Burners. This is because our incense cones have a hole at the base which allow for the downward smoke effect, hence ‘backflow incense cones’. When you light one of our waterfall burners, the smoke cascades down the carved waterfall like liquid, creating an evocative steam of incense, perfect for stress reduction and meditation.
To ensure that you are getting the most out of your backflow incense burner, we wanted to go over the proper lighting technique and safety tips.
Lighting a Waterfall incense burner
First, light the tip of the backflow incense cone, and allow the top to get glowing hot (allow 4 - 8 seconds of burning before blowing out flame).
Next, blow out the flame and allow the fragrance to release.
Finally place the cone on top of the waterfall burner directly above the hole. It will take about about 1 minute for the backflow smoke effect to start.
Refer to the video demonstration below on placing the cone.
Additional Benefits of Burning Incense
Calm the mind and body
Soothing away tension and help with stress
Increase focus and creativity
Helps foster inner strength
Burning Incense Safety Tips
Although burning incense is a great way to relive stress and relax, its important to be aware of certain safety tips.
Incense is hot when lit, so its important to always use caution.
Keep your burner away from drapes, or any flammable objects.
Keep incense out of the reach of small children or pets.
Let fresh air into your environment while you’re burning incense.
Burning Incense in the same room as your Dog or Cat
Since dogs and cats have more sensitive noses than humans do, its important that you have some sort of air movement in the room. If the weather is nice, you can have a window cracked.
To reiterate from earlier, make sure your incense is out of reach of your pets. Pets usually don’t know better, so just be sure that you don’t leave any incense on the floor.