Mabon Incense Recipes

 Autumn Equinox Incense / Cinnamon Rose Incense / Fall Incense / Fall Equinox Grail Incense Fall Ritual Incense / Fall Sabbat Incense / Mabon Incense #1 / Mabon Incense #2


*Autumn Equinox Incense*


3 parts frankincense

2 parts sandalwood

1 part Benzoin

1 part cinnamon

few drops patchouli

Mix and use at Mabon. (From <Diddlefritz@a...>)


*Cinnamon Rose Incense*


1 tsp. rose petals

1/2 tsp. cedar

1/4 tsp. rosemary

1/2 tsp. cinnamon

1 tsp. sandalwood

rose oil

Burn during the autumn. (From Scott Cunningham's The Complete Book of Incense, Oils and Brews)


*Fall Incense*


1/2 part pine needles

1/2 part rosemary

1/2 part pomegranate

1/4 part oak

1/4 part frankincense

1/4 part cinnamon

1/4 part clove

1/4 part sage

For use in all autumn rituals. (from Wylundt)


*Fall Equinox Grail Incense*

In an enamel or glass bowl mix equal parts of:






Once the mix is well mixed together, it can be charged for use as ritual incense for cleansing, balancing and prosperity. (author unknown)


*Fall Ritual Incense*


1/4 tsp. Oak leaves

1/2 tsp. pine needles

1/4 tsp. frankincense

1/4 tsp. cinnamon

1/4 tsp. cloves

1/2 tsp. rosemary

1/4 tsp. sage

1/2 tsp. pomegranate

Mix and use at Mabon. (From <Diddlefritz@a...>)


*Fall Sabbat Incense*


3 parts Frankincense

2 parts Myrrh

1 part Rosemary

1 part Cedar

1 part Juniper

Burn during fall and winter Sabbat rituals. (unknown author; from



*Mabon Incense # 1*

Ingredients: Use equal parts of:



honeysuckle bark



Mix and use at Mabon. (From <Diddlefritz@a...>)


*Mabon Incense # 2*


2 parts frankincense

1 part sandalwood

1 part cypress

1 part juniper

1 part pine

1/2 part Oakmoss (or use a few drops Oakmoss bouquet, recipe is in the

oils post)

1 pinch oak leaf

Burn during Wiccan ceremonies on Mabon or at that time to attune with the change of the seasons. Also burn to attract its influences, or during spells involving lust, physical strength, competitions, rituals concerning men and so on. (From Magical Herbalism by Scott Cunningham)