Annahmol Natural Frankincense Resin Sticks (12 pieces)
Annahmol Natural Frankincense Resin Sticks - showing sticks burning in a bowl


Natural Frankincense Resin Sticks

SKU: 39101

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100% natural frankincense resin and coconut shell charcoal. Comes with a reusable cotton pouch - Assorted Hand Made Fabric Patterns. The color shown is not necessarily the color/pattern that will be sent.

Includes 12 hand rolled sticks.


"My grandmother lived by the water in a small Southern Indian coastal town. Every evening she would ceremonially smoke her home with frankincense resin. It was a ritual I loved, it filled her home with a warm earthy scent - a cleanse, purifying the space daily and helped maintain one’s spiritual center. It was a place I found comfort in for many years.

"Burning incense is ceremony for me. Everything I have find now has an artificial smell that lingers and somehow does not feel natural - until I met a man from a village on the outskirts of my hometown, a little bit of an eccentric! He would gather frankincense resin from forest produce, crush coconut shell, all using self made prototypes until he was able to create the nostalgia of my youth."
-- Annah Chakola

Ingredients + Benefits

Frankincense Resin, Coconut Shell Charcoal.

Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.

Brand Info

For designer Annah Chakola, Annahmol is inextricably linked to the cultural patrimony of her homeland—and the dualism inherent in her unique upbringing. World traveler and native daughter of Kerala, India, Annah is nourished by the sensuality of her homeland and the magical landscapes encountered in her adventures.

The wistful yearning that permeates Annah’s work speaks of a deep, multi-generational connection to home, but it’s a nostalgia forged in the fire of global influences. Having attended a British boarding school with an international student body, and leaving India for the United States at age 17, Annah is very much a ‘third culture kid’—those youthful denizens of the world who belong everywhere—and nowhere—simultaneously.

After years spent redefining herself and honing her craft, it was the heartache, triumph, adversity, loss, abundance, desire, darkness, and light, that revealed in turns a truth: identity is not sought, it is returned to. She was, and is, Annahmol. As David Bowie once said, getting older is the process of becoming who you were all along.
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