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6 Incenses for Spring Cleansing

Posted by Nikki Frediani on

Spring is the season of awakening and new beginnings, and it's the perfect time to spiritually cleanse our mind and our spaces. Spring Cleansing is a time to refresh our spaces, clear out stagnant energy, and inviting in new beginnings. Here are some incenses that are great for cleansing and rejuvenating.

When burning resin incenses, it's important to use a heat-resistant container or incense burner and to ensure proper ventilation in your space. You can also combine different resins or blend them with herbs like lavender or rosemary for added cleansing and aromatic benefits.


This resin has been used for centuries for purification and spiritual protection. It has a fresh, uplifting aroma that can help clear negative energies and promote clarity of mind.

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2. MYRRH -

Another traditional resin with purifying properties, myrrh is often burned to cleanse spaces of negativity and promote healing. It has a slightly sweet and earthy scent that can create a calming atmosphere.

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3. COPAL -
Copal resin has a light, citrusy scent and is known for its cleansing and energizing properties. It's often used in rituals to purify spaces and invite in positive energies. 

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​​​​​​​Despite its dramatic name, Dragon's Blood resin has a warm, woodsy scent with hints of vanilla. It's believed to have powerful cleansing and protective properties, making it ideal for spring cleaning rituals.

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5. SAGE -

While not a resin, sage bundles or loose sage leaves are commonly used for smudging, a practice that involves burning sage to cleanse spaces of negative energies. It has a strong, herbal scent that can help purify your home.

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​​​​​​​This sacred wood from South America has a sweet, woody aroma and is traditionally used for spiritual purification and energy clearing. Burning Palo Santo can help create a sense of peace and tranquility in your space.

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