Incausa
Makko Incense
$16.00
Makko Incense
Makko Incense
Makko Incense
Makko Incense
Incausa
Makko Incense
$16.00

Japanese artisans sustainably harvest the bark of evergreen and cedar trees to create Makko, a base ingredient known for its warm and woody scent. This Palo Santo is harvested sustainably in Piura, Peru and is regulated by INRENA (National Institute of Natural Resources). INRENA regulates who can engage in harvesting and commercialization of Palo Salto in Peru ensuring that this Palo Santo is benefitting the small communities that it comes from and ensuring the trees and forests are being consciously managed. Incausa’s team in Brooklyn, NY captures all the offscourings from Sage, Woods, & Resins that fall during their handling and production to recycle and produce more incense. 

Japanese artisans sustainably harvest the bark of evergreen and cedar trees to create Makko, a base ingredient known for its warm and woody scent. This Palo Santo is harvested sustainably in Piura, Peru and is regulated by INRENA (National Institute of Natural Resources). INRENA regulates who can engage in harvesting and commercialization of Palo Salto in Peru ensuring that this Palo Santo is benefitting the small communities that it comes from and ensuring the trees and forests are being consciously managed. Incausa’s team in Brooklyn, NY captures all the offscourings from Sage, Woods, & Resins that fall during their handling and production to recycle and produce more incense. 

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Our friends from Incausa sustainably and respectfully wild harvest the branches of the aromatic Bursera Graveolens tree only after they have fallen to the ground and mature for another four to ten years. 

Synthetic incense or scents packaged in plastic. 

Hand wrapped with paper

Pinon: Machilus thunbergii (Makko), Burcera graveolens (Palo Santo), Piñus monophylla (Piñon) 

This Makko Incense is 100% backyard compostable. 

The paper wrapping is recyclable in paper recycling.

Description

Our friends from Incausa sustainably and respectfully wild harvest the branches of the aromatic Bursera Graveolens tree only after they have fallen to the ground and mature for another four to ten years. 

Replacement for

Synthetic incense or scents packaged in plastic. 

Packaging

Hand wrapped with paper

Ingredients/ Materials

Pinon: Machilus thunbergii (Makko), Burcera graveolens (Palo Santo), Piñus monophylla (Piñon) 

End of Life

This Makko Incense is 100% backyard compostable. 

The paper wrapping is recyclable in paper recycling.

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