Or maybe how I get answers???
There has been something on my mind since the discovery of my high school sweetheart on FB this past Sunday. He was more than just that, we were engaged. We even went so far as purchasing wedding rings and obtaining a marriage license. Yes, at the tender age of 18yrs old. Needless to say that maybe not getting married so young was probably the best thing for both of us.
We went steady for apx. 2 yrs. When we went…Continue
Warning: The suggestion below is of my own making purely to burn dried fruit & honey incense and/or kyphi incense and Is Not Suitable for burning of loose incense mixtures, powders or resins due to it's construction. Please be advised, that burning such mixtures with the suggested method below is Not recommended!
Here is the link to my dried fruit…Continue
Well, after having a brutal winter storm a few weeks ago, and then temperatures dipping down in to the single digits just this past week. The 50 degree weather as of yesterday was more than welcomed. I enjoyed a bit of it, sitting on my bench outside my front stoop, noticing the perennials I planted from earlier years bearing their leafy green tops in the soil and the rose bush sporting new buds and now my mind is on gardening! Or my excuse to play in some dirt, in preparation of some…Continue
Kyphi Incense was used in ancient Egypt for religious and medical purposes.
All recipes for kyphi mention wine, honey and raisins.
Other identifiable ingredients include: cinnamon and cassia bark,the aromatic rhizomes of cyperus and sweet flag,cedar,juniper berry, andresins and gums such as frankincense, myrrh, benzoin resin, labdanum, and mastic.
You can learn more about Kyphi or Kapet Incense…