Did you know that your Kratom powder can make something as unique and interesting as an incense? Gather around scent-enthusiasts, as in this article, you’ll find a detailed guide on how to use Kratom powder to make incense so that your room fills up with fragrance.
Kratom incense’ popularity has increased over the years. It’s easy, safe, and pretty interesting. So grab your Green Maeng Da Kratom Powder, White vein Meng Da Kratom, or any other Kratom powder at your disposal, and let’s get started.
But before we do that, let’s talk a bit about Kratom Incense.
Incense-burning has been a part of many cultures throughout history. When you burn the desired plant, the process releases its aroma.
The Kratom leaf is carefully processed and turned into powder. You can customize your incense by mixing different types of powders to create your own unique blend. Take your time experimenting to figure out what works best for you.
How to Use Powdered Kratom to Make Incense
The first step to make a wonderful Kratom incense is to have top-quality Kratom powders.
Imagine this, you’re spending so much time and effort creating an incense, but it’s not living up to your expectations. That’s probably because your Kratom powder’s quality is not up to mark.
Take a look at the ingredients list and note down the materials you don’t have for your next shopping spree.
- Kratom powder
- Mortar and Pestle
- Herbs like sandalwood, lemongrass, lavender, or any of your choice
- Essential oils
- Makko powder
- Bamboo sticks
- A bit of warm water
Burning just the Kratom powder produces a concentrated scent, so we would advise you to add your favorite herbs or essential oils.
- Lay all your ingredients on a stable, flat surface.
- Cover your working place with wax paper or plastic wrap to make clean-up easy.
- Measure around 6 grams of your choice of Kratom Powder and add it in the Mortar and Pestle.
- Next, add in your dried herbs and grind the ingredients together into a fine powder.
- Carefully add in Makko. The amount should be 10-25% for herbs and 40-80% for resins.
- Pour in a few droplets of water and stir the mixture until a dough-like consistency is formed. Most people make the mistake of adding in too much water, so utilize a syringe or an eye-dropper if you have it.
- Finally, take small sections of the dough and roll them into snakes. Wrap them around bamboo sticks and let them dry for around 12 hours.
- After drying, place them into air-tight containers so that they remain fresh.
There you have it. The step-by-step guide is easy for amateurs to follow. It would be best if you perform a couple of tries to get the hang of it, but we’re sure that your first try would be successful.
Making incense is an exciting answer to your question of how to use powdered kratom. Although it sounds pretty fun and exciting, there are a couple of precautions that you should take. After all, fire is involved in this process, and it can be unsafe if something goes wrong.
Keep a Glass of Water Nearby
First of all, make sure that you’re not burning the incense anywhere near flammable materials, such as paper or curtains. Although chances of a fire catching are pretty small, there’s no harm in taking precautions.
Ideally, a fire extinguisher should be kept ready at bay. You can even keep a bucket of water or a piece of thick cloth at hand.
Don’t Leave Your Incense Unattended
Also, never leave your incense unattended. If you are leaving your room or place, then make sure that you extinguish the incense.
It’s possible that your family member or pet can unintentionally stumble upon the stuff. Worse, a fire can catch in a flammable material nearby.
Many people around the world prefer Kratom incense as it is completely natural and organic.
The only way you can fully appreciate your Kratom incense is if you burn your incense in seclusion. We’re sure that you want to lay back on the couch and let go of all the worries in your mind. Besides, someone disturbing you would break that peaceful setting.
Now that you’ve read this far, we’re sure that you know how to use Kratom to make incense. Remember that all different types of Kratom powders are at your disposal. You can mix-n-match and create a personal blend.
Note down the step-by-step guide so that you don’t make any mistakes. Keep the ingredients separated and make sure that you take precautions. But most importantly, don’t hesitate to experiment with your home-made incense while staying safe. To learn more about how to use kratom powder, you can always refer to our Kratom blog.