Option 1: Coal Briquettes These quick-lighting, slow-burning charcoal briquettes are used for burning resin and loose incense.
1 pack contains 10 tablets.
Option 2: Frankincense Resin Cups Pressed into the shape of small thimbles, these resin incense cups combine charcoal with frankincense resin. Set on a fire safe surface, light the top edge of the cup on fire, allow to burn for about a minute before extinguishing and filling with desired resin incense, or allow to burn on its own.
Each package contains 6 cups and a folding metal stand. We highly recommend combining with a resin incense known to deter flying pests, like copal.
Option 3: Pressed Herbal Coals These Native Himalayan Coals are made from various herbs and woods that are pressed into coal squares. Each package contains a strip of six coals. These dhoops provide a unique way to burn loose resins, herbs, spices, and other incense instead of using charcoal.
Instructions for use: Light on a fire safe surface and extinguish when smoldering before using tongs to carefully set resin or a scoop to set loose incense on the coal and allow to burn.