Vancouver, B.C., July 30, 2020
Most of you might be familiar with our amazing winter and christmas scents, however, we at Huss Incense offer scent experiences for all seasons!
Scents like citrus, orange or exotic are refreshing and uplifting scents for the summer months. Oranges and lemons are popular fruits in summer, refreshing snacks and vitamin providers. Also, citrus fruits are nature's little bundles of zen, providing ideal aromatherapy for stress relieve and relaxation. It is proven, that lemon and orange scents, have a positive effect on physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing. Our orange and citrus as well as the exotic incense cones lighten up your day and provide you with the joy and relaxation for an amazing summer!
But also scents like pine and honey evoke summery, positive feelings. Pine is the scent of the forest. The clean, healthy and elevating smell that reaches your nose when you walk through the woods on an evening or weekend stroll or hike. And honey which not only reminds us of a tasty treat for breakfast or tea, but also of its creators - the bees, that are so important for our earth. Bees are the world's most important pollinators of food crops. It is estimated that one third of the food that we consume each day relies on pollination mainly by bees. In summer bees are buzzing all around us and can be found everywhere where flowers and other plants are in bloom.
Our summer scents brighten up your summer days and boost your energy and positivity. They bring that happy, sunshine-y feeling to your home, work space or your loved ones as gift. Don't hesitate and dive into deep relaxation by checking out our different incense cones!
Enjoy the sunshine and our summer scents!
Your Huss Incense Team
Canada Day always reminds us how wonderful and unique our country is. Here are some interesting facts surrounding Canada: Canada Day is essentially our Independence Day. It celebrates the day Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario (then Upper Canada) & Quebec (then lower Canada) came together on July 1, 1867 to form our Constitution Act. The holiday was officially given statutory value in 1879 and was first called Dominion Day.