Frankincense granules, a hard sticky resin form the frankincense tree, are burned using charcoal tablets and emit a fragrant smoke that wafts into even the furthest corners of the space.
Method: hold the charcoal brick in tongs and light it using a gas butane lighter. Place in a small ovenproof dish and let stand for 2 to 3 minutes while the charcoal heats up and become a whitish grey colour. The longer you give the charcoal to heat up, the more effectively the frankincense will burn and smoke. Carefully place 1 tablespoon of frankincense granules on top of and around the hot charcoal. Place smoke dish in the area that you are clearing.
Warning; this is a very hot process, do not place the dish and burning frankincense on or near any flammable materials and use a fireproof coaster or mat to protect surfaces. Pay close attention to the burning mixture throughout the process and allow the ovenproof dish to cool completely before attempting to pick up. Once the frankincense has cooled, add enough water to the dish to ensure