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incense cones - lemon balm
incense cones - lemon balm

incense cones - lemon balm

Regular price £16.00

Available in lemon balm and juniper. 

These wooden incense cones are made in England on the Margate coast. They come in chic gold tins and burn down to nothing - perfect for lower waste living. Most importantly, they fill your home and space with the scent of fresh lemon grass! 

Each 25 gram tin holds 20 incense cones.

Lemon Balm grows to be 70–150 cm tall, with oil rich leaves that emit a gentle lemon fragrance that comes out when crushed. Melissa officinalis (lemon balm's official name) is in the mint family of Lamiaceae, which reflects this high oil content and naturally fragrant quality. The white summer flowers attract bees, hence the genus name Melissa, which is Greek for ‘honey bee’, whilst high doses of purified lemon balm extracts have been found to be effective in the relief of stress and lowering of anxiety, producing increased calmness and reduced alertness.

How to use: 

Light the end of the cone and let it burn for around 15 seconds, before blowing it out. Place in the heart of your home in either a hallway or a landing to allow the fragrant smoke to disperse. Use the lid or a heat proof surface to burn each cone.

Burning time: 15 min approx. Scent longevity: 2-4 hours (in a medium sized room)

About Haeckels:

Haeckels was founded in 2012 by volunteer beach warden and coastal enthusiast Dom Bridges, who was disillusioned by the production ethos of many larger skin care companies. Dom wanted to create simple hand crafted products that showcased the surrounding coasts natural ingredients in the hope that the products themselves would then promote Margate's heritage of healthy coastal living.

When Haeckels was just starting out Dom would collect seaweed and local botanicals along the Margate coast and bring them bring back to his family kitchen to experiment. Dom’s wife Jo soon said it was time to get a proper lab and turn a passion into a business as every saucepan in the kitchen was starting to smell like a skin care product. Taking his wife's advice he acquired the lab on Cliff Terrace in 2013 where more product formulas were developed to complete the range. The company has now grown; taking on members of staff whilst still playing an active part in the local community by organising beach cleans and taking part in marine conseravtion surveys.