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€19,90
Umo Recolector

Kit of incense including flat volcanic rock, clay base, volcanic sandbag and a box of 6 canelo incense sticks (cinnamon plant) bark. Delivered in paper kraft bag. 

A flat volcanic rock and andesite basalt and volcanic sand from the magma of volcanoes in the Andes Mountains. A simple pot of clay represents the richness in clays and textures of Chilean southern lands.

The tree: The cinnamon is an evergreen tree that inhabits much of the territory of Argentina and Chile. It is one of the sacred trees of the Mapuche people (indigenous peoples in Chile) and in their language it is called foye or foyke.

Use: Burn for 30 seconds in well ventilated areas.

Your impact

You are choosing incense that represents a harmonious, respectful and regenerative relationship with the forest. The raw material, El Canelo or Foye - is the Mapuche (Chilean indigenous people) ceremonial sacred tree. Its leaves and branches are burned as a sign of cleaning and purification, communicating the power of aromas and ancestral wisdom.

Live greener: all materials are selected under principles of responsible forest management and local development, safeguarding the natural and cultural heritage of Chile. 


€24,90
Umo Recolector

Kit of incense including wooden base, volcanic sandbag and a box of 6 canelo incense sticks (cinnamon plant) bark. Delivered in paper kraft bag. 

The base of native wood and volcanic sand rescues the textures of native patagonian forests. Ideal to enjoy the aromas of canelo.

The tree: The cinnamon is an evergreen tree that inhabits much of the territory of Argentina and Chile. It is one of the sacred trees of the Mapuche people (indigenous peoples in Chile) and in their language it is called foye or foyke.

Use: Burn for 30 seconds in well ventilated areas.

Your impact

You are choosing incense that represents a harmonious, respectful and regenerative relationship with the forest. The raw material, El Canelo or Foye - is the Mapuche (Chilean indigenous people) ceremonial sacred tree. Its leaves and branches are burned as a sign of cleaning and purification, communicating the power of aromas and ancestral wisdom.

Live greener: all materials are selected under principles of responsible forest management and local development, safeguarding the natural and cultural heritage of Chile. 

 

€11,90
Umo Recolector

Box of 6 sticks of artisan incense based on canelo (cinnamon plant) and lavender bark.

Ingredients: Cinnamon bark (foye) and lavender, total 20g approx.

Each pack contains 6 sticks of incense made of canelo sawdust, lavender, and natural binder. It does not contain chemicals.

The tree: The cinnamon is an evergreen tree that inhabits much of the territory of Argentina and Chile. It is one of the sacred trees of the Mapuche people (indigenous peoples in Chile) and in their language it is called foye or foyke.

Use: Burn for 30 seconds in well ventilated areas.

Your impact

You are choosing incense that represents a harmonious, respectful and regenerative relationship with the forest. The raw material, El Canelo or Foye - is the Mapuche (Chilean indigenous people) ceremonial sacred tree. Its leaves and branches are burned as a sign of cleaning and purification, communicating the power of aromas and ancestral wisdom.

Live greener: all materials are selected under principles of responsible forest management and local development, safeguarding the natural and cultural heritage of Chile. 


€11,90
Umo Recolector

Box of 6 sticks of artisan incense based on canelo (cinnamon plant) bark.

Ingredients: Cinnamon bark (foye), total 20g approx.

Each pack contains 6 sticks of incense made of canelo sawdust and natural binder. It does not contain chemicals.

The tree: The cinnamon is an evergreen tree that inhabits much of the territory of Argentina and Chile. It is one of the sacred trees of the Mapuche people (indigenous peoples in Chile) and in their language it is called foye or foyke.

Use: Burn for 30 seconds in well ventilated areas.

Your impact

You are choosing incense that represents a harmonious, respectful and regenerative relationship with the forest. The raw material, El Canelo or Foye - is the Mapuche (Chilean indigenous people) ceremonial sacred tree. Its leaves and branches are burned as a sign of cleaning and purification, communicating the power of aromas and ancestral wisdom.

Live greener: all materials are selected under principles of responsible forest management and local development, safeguarding the natural and cultural heritage of Chile. 


€11,90
Umo Recolector

Box of 6 sticks of artisan incense based on canelo (cinnamon plant) and rosemary bark.

Ingredients: Cinnamon bark (foye) and rosemary, total 20g approx.

Each pack contains 6 sticks of incense made of canelo sawdust, rosemary, and natural binder. It does not contain chemicals.

The tree: The cinnamon is an evergreen tree that inhabits much of the territory of Argentina and Chile. It is one of the sacred trees of the Mapuche people (indigenous peoples in Chile) and in their language it is called foye or foyke.

Use: Burn for 30 seconds in well ventilated areas.

Your impact

You are choosing incense that represents a harmonious, respectful and regenerative relationship with the forest. The raw material, El Canelo or Foye - is the Mapuche (Chilean indigenous people) ceremonial sacred tree. Its leaves and branches are burned as a sign of cleaning and purification, communicating the power of aromas and ancestral wisdom.

Live greener: all materials are selected under principles of responsible forest management and local development, safeguarding the natural and cultural heritage of Chile. 


€11,90
Umo Recolector

Box of 6 sticks of artisan incense based on canelo (cinnamon plant) bark, 3 varieties: 2 canelo and rosemary, 2 canelo and cedar, 2 canelo and lavender

Ingredients: Cinnamon bark (foye) and rosemary, cedar or lavander, total 20g approx.

Each pack contains 6 sticks of incense made of canelo sawdust, cedar, lavander or rosemary and natural binder. It does not contain chemicals.

The tree: The cinnamon is an evergreen tree that inhabits much of the territory of Argentina and Chile. It is one of the sacred trees of the Mapuche people (indigenous peoples in Chile) and in their language it is called foye or foyke.

Use: Burn for 30 seconds in well ventilated areas.

Your impact

You are choosing incense that represents a harmonious, respectful and regenerative relationship with the forest. The raw material, El Canelo or Foye - is the Mapuche (Chilean indigenous people) ceremonial sacred tree. Its leaves and branches are burned as a sign of cleaning and purification, communicating the power of aromas and ancestral wisdom.

Live greener: all materials are selected under principles of responsible forest management and local development, safeguarding the natural and cultural heritage of Chile. 


€11,90
Umo Recolector

Box of 6 sticks of artisan incense based on canelo (cinnamon plant) and cedar bark.

Ingredients: Cinnamon bark (foye) and cedar, total 20g approx.

Each pack contains 6 sticks of incense made of canelo sawdust, cedar, and natural binder. It does not contain chemicals.

The tree: The cinnamon is an evergreen tree that inhabits much of the territory of Argentina and Chile. It is one of the sacred trees of the Mapuche people (indigenous peoples in Chile) and in their language it is called foye or foyke.

Use: Burn for 30 seconds in well ventilated areas.

Your impact

You are choosing incense that represents a harmonious, respectful and regenerative relationship with the forest. The raw material, El Canelo or Foye - is the Mapuche (Chilean indigenous people) ceremonial sacred tree. Its leaves and branches are burned as a sign of cleaning and purification, communicating the power of aromas and ancestral wisdom.

Live greener: all materials are selected under principles of responsible forest management and local development, safeguarding the natural and cultural heritage of Chile. 


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