Want to make great incense? This natural adhesive will help you do that
Have you found that your ingredients do not blend or "stick" quite well no matter what you do?
After a few tries, you managed to get to make one batch.
You lit the incense and discover that your own creation had a short-burn time?
During this burning time, you experienced that the aroma is not quite "right" yet?
Don't worry, because I have good news for you
High-quality Toh Makko incense powder can be blended as an ingredient in one's own incense making. Makko acts as a binder or a natural adhesive agent in your incense.
This water-soluble powder will work well with any type of fragrant wood. It augments the actual fragrance and prolongs the burn time of incenses
Scent profile: mild cinnamon, woody spice.
This Toh Makkoh will help you make good incense.
But there is more to it
What if you could make your incense smells divine?
Here is the secret, add our "Wood Of God" powder.
Because just like cooking, the secret lies in the sauce, you have all the ingredients already and it tastes good. But if you add this secret sauce in, your incense would be more than good.
Imagine, your friends smell your own creation of this Makkoh and "Wood of God" Powder.
How would they feel like your customer?
How would you feel as a host?
We made our simple cone incense using the Toh Makkoh and our "Wood Of God" Powder
Here is the result
You may wonder if it is easy to make. You ask yourself if you could do it.
Here is one of our customer's self-made incense using this natural adhesive and blended it with our agarwood powder. Her name is Emma