(Oudh, Black Pepper, Clove, Amber, Patchouli, Musk, Sandalwood, Labdanum, Myrrh, Nutmeg)
Embark on a sensory journey with our opulent Oudh Bakhoor, blending the smoky allure of oudh, black pepper, and clove with the warmth of amber, patchouli, and musk. Labdanum, nutmeg, and myrrh infuse a rich tapestry, creating an intoxicating aroma that captivates and enchants.
Bakhoor is a traditional Middle Eastern incense. It is used to create a pleasant atmosphere. Here's how to use Bakhoor:
- Keep away from the reach of children and pets.
- Never leave burning Bakhoor unattended.
Choose a Bakhoor Burner:
- Bakhoor burners come in various designs, from simple metal or ceramic bowls to elaborate electric or charcoal burners. Choose one that suits your preferences.
Prepare the Burner:
- If you're using a charcoal burner, light a charcoal disc until it turns red. Place it in the bakhoor burner.
- Place a small amount of bakhoor on top of the lit charcoal. It is essential to start with a small amount, as bakhoor can be potent, and you can add more if needed.
Allow it to Burn:
- Let the bakhoor and charcoal burn slowly. You'll see smoke starting to rise. The fragrance will gradually fill the room.
- Ensure that the room is well-ventilated. Open windows or doors to allow fresh air to circulate.
Monitor the Burning:
- Keep an eye on the burning process. If the smoke becomes too intense, you can reduce the amount of bakhoor or adjust the ventilation.
Enjoy the Fragrance:
- Once the bakhoor starts to release its fragrance, you can move around the room to experience the pleasant aroma.
- When you're done, extinguish the charcoal safely. You can do this by placing a metal lid over the burner or using a specialized tool.
- Remember, using bakhoor is a personal choice. The amount you use may depend on the size of the room and your sensitivity to strong fragrances.
- Always follow safety precautions and manufacturer guidelines when using bakhoor burners, especially if they involve an open flame or hot surfaces.