Makko means 'incense powder' and comes from the Machillus thunbergii tree which is a traditional ingredient in Japanese incense making.
Made of Japanese Makko and Palo Santo which is then mixed with four different blends:Makko, Palo & Cedarwood
Makko, Palo & Sandalwood
Makko, Palo & White Sage
Makko, Palo & Pinon
Break off a piece or burn a full stick. Each full Makko incense stick burns for up to 50 minutes. Single box contains 7 full sized sticks.
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Burn on an incense holder or a safe, heat-resistant surface.
Founded in 2012, Incausa known in Latin as "IN THE CAUSE OF", is a study in progress about consciousness and sacred trade, to find meaningfulness in profit, for mindful growth; personal, community, and societal.
Incausa collaborates with artisans, villages and associations of eight different native ethnicities in the Amazon Basin. Acting as a non-profit patron, subsidizing logistics, production, and developing sustainable market-placements. When you purchase a indigenous piece, you’re directly supporting the marketplace existence and the creation of a sustainable chain of commerce.
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