Egyptian Incense


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Anpu Incense Athena Incense Bast Incense Benu (Phoenix) Incense
Diana Incense Hathor Incense Heru Incense Isis Incense #1
Isis Incense #2 Kali Incense Kyphi Incense Morrigan Incense
Osiris Incense #1 Osiris Incense #2 Ra Incense Sekhmet Incense #1
Sekhmet Incense #2 Tehuti Incense #2



Anpu Incense

¼ part myrrh
½ part cloves
1 part frankincense
1 part cinnamon
¼ part dragon’s blood resin
1 part amber oil
1 drop synthetic musk oil

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Bast Incense

1 part cinnamon
2 parts myrrh
1 part cedar
½ part juniper
3 parts acacia gum
1 part catnip
4 parts frankincense
2 drops civet oil

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Benu (Phoenix) Incense

2 parts cinnamon
¼ part myrrh
1 part clove
½ part arabica
2 drops amber oil

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Hathor Incense

5 parts orrisroot
3 parts myrrh
2 parts sweet flag (calamus)
9 drops henna oil (from the plant’s flower)
4 parts rose petals
2 parts spikenard
6 drops civet oil


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Heru Incense

1 part clove
½ part bay
2 parts cinnamon
¼ part horehound
1 part amber oil

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Isis Incense #1

3 parts white sandalwood
2 parts orrisroot
1 part frankincense
2 parts myrrh
1 part rose petals
5 drops Lotus Oil or Lotus Bouquet

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Isis Incense #2

3 parts myrrh
1 part frankincense
2 parts sandalwood
1 part rose petals
3 drops synthetic musk oil

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I collected these recipes over the course of 10 years
and they come from many sources, including
Scott Cunningham's The Complete Book of Incense, Oils & Brews.
Unfortunately, I have forgotten where most of the others came from.
If you know of the origins for any of them, please let me know so that I can credit the source. Thank you.