September 26, 2001

  • Note from the Editors
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  • Our Featured Article - Fragrance in the Home
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Dear Aroma News Subscribers,

Welcome to the latest edition of Aroma News!

This edition's article, "Fragrance in the Home", is dedicated to those who have sent us requests for helpful hints and suggestions for creating incense.

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Fragrance in the Home

As long as man has prayed to his gods, fragrant smoke has risen to the heavens. Sweet herbs have been used as offerings to the Egyptian sun God, Ra, and temples, palaces, churches and cathedrals have used incense to please the deities and purify the air.

Today we use incense in our homes, far less with religion in mind than the pleasure that is created through the aroma of the fragrant smoke rising in the air.

Creating your own incense is really quite easy once you decide which type you want to make. For our purposes, we will discuss some of the more popular methods such as dough incense.....


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