The abalone shell is suitable for burning Palo Santo, Sage or other herbs/wood. The shells are 13-16 cm in size. There are small, natural holes in the shell which provide an excellent air supply.
Please note that the dark (black) spots in the abalone are, of course, occur in the sea and give the shell a robust character. Also the size of the shells can also vary and by nature there may occasionally be a corner.
The abalone shell may become hot and burst in case of servere overheating. For this reason, burn the Palo Santo/ White Sage for up to just 1 minute. Provide a heat-resistant surface for the abalone to rest on. Use heat resistant gloves. Never inhale the smoke. Use only in well-ventilated spaces. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Keep away from flammable materials. Avoid contact with clothes. Do not use during pregnancy. May cause allergic reactions. Store dry. Ensure that nothing is burning or smoldering when you leave the room.