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Raysut is a port town located in Salalah, Oman. Name of Raysut bakhoor comes from the name of the area where this bakhoor incense was made by few families for a couple of generations. This is a local specialty product of Oman and not commercially produced. We have sourced this product from a family in Oman who have their own family protected recipe passed through generations.
Texture of the bakhoor incense is loose, it is made up of small grinded wood chips that are soaked in fragrance oils including various other incense materials. The scent is delightful, fresh, soft and floral.
Ibn al-Qayyim said: “From matters that bring strength to the body: smelling good scents.”
Burning incense has been a cultural phenomena since the times of ancient Egypt and throughout time has been purported to have many inherent benefits. For example, burning incense cleans the air by acting as Air purifier, calm the nerves down, reduce anxiety and depression, increase focus and aid in spirituality etc.
Burning incense is a magical experience, and we recommend you to try it once to see yourself the affect it creates in your home or any place where you burn it.
You can buy an incense charcoal or electric burner to burn incense. If you want to regularly burn the incense then we recommend you to invest in a temperature controlled incense burner, this will give you an ability to control the burn rate and the incense will last much more longer. If you use charcoal tablet then using Mica Plate on top of it will reduce sudden burning of incense. If you are not using Mica plate then after lighting the charcoal let the top layer turn to white and then put the incense on top to it so that sudden burning can be avoided.