Fir resin with beeswax

Fir resin in traditional healing has been used for hundreds and thousands of years. In ancient Egypt, resin was embedded in embalming compositions and it has been found that these compositions have not lost their bactericidal properties even after 3000 years. All coniferous resins have a pronounced antibacterial, antiseptic, allergy – reducing, antifungal and antimicrobial effect. It is believed that the Latin name ‘picea’ comes from the Greek word ‘pissa’, meaning ‘resin’. That’s why burning spruce needles and its resin helps clean the air, reduce anxiety, improves mood, helps to organize thoughts and overcome difficulties.

Natural beeswax is aromatic and almost tasteless, its composition is not yet fully discovered and it is now known that there are more than 300 different substances in the beeswax. By burning beeswax, essential oils in the wax are spread in the room. Wax cleans air in the chosen room, eliminates unpleasant odors, cigarette smoke, rank air at home or in the office. Incense of wax cleans the room’s energy, relieves stress and helps to get a sense of tranquility.

Ingredients: fir resin, beeswax, charcoal, cannabis sativa stem


Incense sticks are made from natural ingredients, all of which are collected in Latvia. One of the main components of the incense sticks is fir resin. Combined with beeswax, it produces fragrances, which are invigorating and healing, and are not similar to the incenses imported from the East. Each one of the components burns out releasing its energy that acts on our senses and the surrounding space, creating its beneficial effects. In meditation and rituals, these components help to concentrate psychic energy.

The length of the sticks is about 17 cm, designed to fill a space with the aroma of about 90 – 100 m2 while not creating too strong of a scent. The burning duration of one stick is about 45 – 50 minutes. The five sticks are packed in a black design cardboard box.