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Rose Resin Incense: Premium Mt Athos

This premium traditional Mt Athos incense has been manufactured for over 2,000 years in a traditional way by Greek monasteries. Ingredients include only the finest frankincense and other natural ingredients. It has a distinct fragrance of roses that remains long after using it.

"The rose is the queen of the flowers. The rose is influenced by Venus, the star of love, the morning star... The rose, with its immaculate beauty, encloses the most ineffable spiritual wisdom from the universe. - Samael Aun Weor, Esoteric Medicine and Practical Magic

Includes one (1) ounce of rose resin, packaged in a reusable, food-grade pouch made from natural Japanese kraft paper with a resealable airtight zip lock closure.

How to Use:

  • In a brazier or firesafe pot, light an incense charcoal. When it is white hot, place some resin onto the coal. Enjoy!

Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Delightful, Inspiring, Gentle

Wonderful aromatic essence that is not invasive.

illia kornea
Rose resin

I tried the Rose resin, and it has a wonderful smell, love it.

Katherine, Patrick Johnson
Rose resin a gift from Mother Divine!

Its the finest oils and essence of the Rose. Second to none. Will need to stock up on this one it sells out so quick! The rose is the highest frequency known to the planet! thank you for all the finest oils and resins you supply to us it means a lot and also giving back to the mission!

Sharna W
Simply Lovely

This is my all time favorite resin incense. It emanates a true rose fragrance that is so calming and refreshing. I will purchase again and again.

Michael Kolachny
A great product and a great cause!

Admittedly I found the Glorian store while browsing for a new rose incense. It was only after receiving my purchase confirmation that I realized it was from a wonderful Gnostic store. What a delightful surprise that I received a very lovely product AND was able to contribute to something near and dear to me. The incense is lovely. A nice, heady rose that falls right in the middle somewhere between vegetal and musky. The crisp frankincense base is a lovely accompaniment- the blend truly does smell sacred. I find that charcoal is a bit rough on this blend- I try to remove the incense if it begins to become terribly burned, but that is personal preference. It might do quite well in one of those fancy bakhoor burners.