Douglas Fir Incense: No tree is more deeply identified with the Pacific Northwest than Douglas Fir, which grows to enormous proportions, rivaling Redwoods in size, and forms pure stands over much of the Northwest. When burned, it has a wonderfully cozy, wood-smoke scent.
Sweetgrass Incense: Sweetgrass is found in alpine meadows throughout the mountainous regions of the West, from Alaska south to the Rockies and Sierra Nevada. It is one of the treasured plants of native tribes in Canada and the American West, who use it ceremonially along with White Sage. When burned, it has a lovely, soft, vanilla-like scent and a centering energy that evokes the ephemeral, shimmering green mountain meadows where it grows.
Cedar Incense: Siskiyou Cedar is found only in the remote, coastal mountains of the Pacific Northwest’s Siskiyou country. This is the only incense anywhere made with real Cedar from the Pacific Northwest. Burn a stick and let your mind drift away to the forests of the rugged Northwest.