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Antonia Feuerstein
Unsere Filzkollektion

Our felt collection

Large selection of products in our felt collection One of the main components of the home on earth product range is our exclusive felt collection, which is renewed every year. Mette, our founder and designer, creates new shapes and color combinations for all of our felt products every year. Felt is a durable material, cozy and light. It is made by matting, condensing and pressing fibers together. All home on earth felt products are made from 100% New Zealand wool with natural properties and long durability. They are handmade in Nepal, where workers' communities use the sustainable material: hot water...

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Antonia Feuerstein
Holz des Monats - Zimtrinde

Wood of the month - Cinnamon

Our wood this month is cinnamon! Cinnamon has a variety of uses. For example the inner bark is used as an aromatic spice and the wood can be used for beautiful woodwork, which will also have a sweet scent. The sweetness of cinnamon comes from the aromatic oils that are found in the bark and leaves. This makes cinnamon a perfect wood for storage boxes to store things like sugar and tea, because the spice will give the content a faint aroma. The cinnamon genus accounts for more than 270 trees and shrubs, of which most are aromatic. The cinnamon tree grows in the south of China, in India and in Southeast Asia....

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Antonia Feuerstein
Räucherstäbchen und deren Verwendung

The incense and its uses

Incense is a substance that is burnt to produce a sweet smell. At Home on earth we use it to make people feel comfortable in our shop. However, it has several uses: In meditation, incense is burned to help the practitioner achieve states of clarity, focus and calm. Many people burn incense to appreciate its smell, without assigning any other specific significance to it. It is also used often by people who smoke indoors, and do not want the scent to linger. Incense made from materials such as citronella can repel mosquitoes and other aggravating, distracting or pestilential insects. The regular burning...

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