5 Foil Cups for Electric Incense Burner
About the Foil Cups for Electric Incense Burner
These lightweight reusable foil cups hold aromatics (resin tears, wood, and powdered incense) for use with the electric incense burner. Use the tongs that come with the electric incense burner to place and remove the cups from the burner. To reuse your foil cups, allow the resin residue to harden and then bend the tray around a bit until the dried resin crumbles and can be removed.
Package includes five foil cups that fit perfectly inside the electric incense burner* and are safe to use at a high heat. You can also use the cups on top of your charcoal in a traditional bowl burner.
*Please note: our cups are larger and sturdier now, they should be used directly on the heating plate, and not on top of the tray that comes with the burner.
Safety Considerations for Oregano Essential Oil
Due to its high thymol content, oregano oil is a dermocaustic, "hot" oil and a mucous membrane irritant. Never apply oregano oil undiluted to skin or to mucous membranes. Do not take oregano essential oil internally.
Aromatic Profile and Blending of Oregano Essential Oil
- Perfumery Note: Middle
- Odor: Warm, spicy-herbaceous, and camphoraceous
- Strength of Initial Aroma: Strong
- Blends Well With: Herbaceous, wood and conifer oils such as rosemary oil, cypress oil, cedarwood oil, tea tree oil and eucalyptus oils, and florals such as lavender oil and chamomile oil.
- Botanical Name:Origanum heraclioticum
- Family: Labiatae
- Composition: 100% Pure Oregano Essential Oil
- Origin: Greece
- Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation
- Cultivation/Harvesting: Certified Organic
- Plant Part: Aerial parts
- Color: Pale yellow to pale grey-green
- Consistency: Thin
- Yield: 1.2%
- Bottle Size: ½ fl oz (15 mL)
Watch: David Crow on Essential Oils from the Kitchen Spices
Learn more about the important properties of these oils in
Module 4: The Spices in the Pharmacy of Flowers home training on how to use essential oils.