While the smoke of a normal incense goes upwards, the smoke of an inverted incense flows downwards, creating a unique and beautiful sight.
The smoke flows like water and dissipates in the wind like clouds️, making it highly ornamental.
Non-invasive treatment: The main focus is on calming the mind and relaxing the tense nerves by viewing the form of the backward flowing incense.
Suitable for meditation, rest or before bedtime.
Principle: A small hole in the interior of the pour-over incense is used in conjunction with the pour-over burner to insulate the surrounding hot air. The smoke is allowed time to cool in the tube and flow downwards through the texture, creating a flowing effect.
Available in a variety of scents such as rose, sandalwood and sacred wood.
How to use:
Burn the top of the incense for 10 seconds or so, then place it in the incense holder (e.g. natural amber wood incense holder) after the smoke has started to appear. The small hole at the bottom of the incense holder should fit into the lead pipe of the holder.