Makko (Machillus thunbergii)

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The Makko is the Japanese name of a powder which is obtained by grinding the bark of a tree species typical of Southeast Asia such Machillus. The bark when atomized if wet becomes sticky like glue in fact in some countries is referred to as " Sticky wood". Because of its special properties and the absence of a peculiar smell, the Makko has been used since antiquity in the production of incense sticks.

The proportions which must be mixed vary greatly depending on the ingredients used, usually is not used never less than 30% of the binder in the dough. But only experience will allow everyone to find the appropriate doses to achieve their sticks or cones.

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