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Unit size: 1 ounce
Other names: Tabu no ki
Esoteric Uses: Unknown
Esoteric Associations: Unknown
Incense Aroma: Little to no aroma, just a subtle wood background
Makko is a traditional ingredient in Japanese incense making. Makko means "incense powder" and comes from the bark of an evergreen tree that grows in Southeast Asia, the Machillus Thunbergii tree. Often Makko is used as a base to smolder incense ingredients over, rather than using charcoal. Makko also acts as a water-soluble adhesive for use in incense stick and cone making, where it burns evenly, increases burn time and is almost completely odorless.
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