Sandarac (pronounced 'SANduhrack') is resin from a cypress-like bush that grows in the Atlas mountains. The scent is delicate, mild, and slightly balsamic. The resin, which is the dried tree-sap, has been used as an incense for over a thousand years, even though it gives off relatively little aroma.
Like all gums/resins, sandarac is burned loose on charcoals, a pinch at a time (see how-to video). Also like most gums / resins, it is not attributed with a particular magical property. It can be burned on its own and smells wonderful. If it is used in a magical incense recipe, it provides a base for the herbs, oils and woods which are added to it.
30 ml jar.