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How does it work?
When the cone is used in a backflow incense burner, the smoke flows in reverse direction, that is, from top to bottom thus creating a backflow effect.
How to burn the backflow incense cones?
- Light the tip of the incense cone. Hold and light either end
- Gently extinguish the flame by blowing or fanning and it should glow red and give off a delicate wisp of pale fragrant smoke indicating that it is slowly burning or smoldering
- Then place it in a backflow incense holder upright
- You can burn the incense cone in the room before the meditation or at the start of any spiritual practice to prepare the mood.
Where to burn the incense cones?
The most important lesson when burning backflow incense cones is to make sure that it does not catch fire
- Check the vicinity of your incense burner if flammable items are present which includes fabric, plastic, paper as well as oils or gas
- Place your incense burner on a heat resistant surfaces such as concrete shelf or floor
- Avoid placing the incense burner underneath curtains
- Make sure that your incense burner does not have any chance of falling over and burning anything around when leaving it unattended.
How to choose the right incense burner?
Choose an incense burner that can take the heat. Stable, non-flammable, heatproof burner. Some incense burner gets very hot, especially if they’re not insulated. Make sure your incense burner is properly insulated so that the surface you place it on is protected from the heat that it could generate. Because when it gets very hot, it can damage or discolor wooden surfaces and shatter glass table tops. Ashes falling outside your incense burner could discolor furniture. It may also even be hot enough to cause a fire hazard. Make sure all ashes fall on a fireproof surface.
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