Mabon Incense

Blends for your Mabon Sabbat.


2 parts benzoin
2 parts myrrh
1 part hazel wood
1/2 part corn
1/2 part red poppy flowers
1/2 part cornflower
1/2 part ivy


2 parts crushed juniper berries
2 parts myrrh
Few drops of red wine
1/2 part birch leaves
1/2 part ash leaves

CERNUNNOS (Celtic Horned God):

1/4 part betony
1 part pine resin
1 part oak bark
1/2 part camomile flowers
1/2 part yarrow
1 part lavender
1 part cedar bark
1 part ash bark
1/2 part bistort root
1/4 part nettle
Few drops oak moss oil

DEMETER (Greek Corn Goddess):

1 part corn ears
1 part rose petals
4 parts frankincense
2 parts myrrh
1/2 part pennyroyal
1/2 part bean flowers
1/2 part red poppy seeds
1/2 part cypress needles
Few drops rose oil [optional]

DIONYSUS (Thracian/Greek God of vegetation/wine/fertility):

1 part apple blossom
1/2 part ivy leaves
1 part pine resin
Few drops pine oil
1/2 par fir needles
1/2 part fennel
1/2 part vine leaves

GAIA (Greek Earth Goddess):

1 part corn
2 parts apple bark
1/2 part orange peel
Few drops orange oil
1/2 part vine leaves
1/2 part olive leaves
4 parts frankincense [optional]

TALIESIN (Welsh, originally a barley God, later perhaps the title of Chief Bards):

1 part reed
1 part barley
1 part hazel
1 part primrose flowers
1 part vervain, use with caution if asthmatic

Method Mix together and burn on charcoal.

From Magical Incenses and Oils by Anna Franklin, published by Capall Bann.

Check the Mabon Sabbat page, Mabon Ritual and Mabon recipe pages for more ideas.