The number of incense burns has risen dramatically in recent years, especially in the Middle East, according to reports.
A recent survey of Middle Eastern residents by the Associated Press found that more than 50% of them have used an incense incense device since 2010.
There have been a handful of reports of burnings in the U.S. as well, but they were never reported by the media.
The Associated Press survey also asked the people how they felt about incense and their reactions to burning incenses.
Here are some of the most common questions respondents had to ask about the burning of incenses: What kind of incantation do you use?
Do you use incense on a regular basis?
Do I burn incense every day?
How do you burn incenses?
Do people use incenses that they buy?
Is there any kind of ritual?
Do other people burn incensing devices as well?
Does anyone burn incending incense?
Are there any incense brands?
If so, do you buy them?
Are they reliable?
Are you sure that they’re incense that you are sure is safe?
If not, why not?
Do they last forever?
Are incense devices worth the money?
How often do you spend money on incense in the past month?
How many incense products do you currently use?
How much do you pay for incense each month?
Do incense makers charge a fee for each burn?
Is the price of incensing on a daily basis higher than the price at the grocery store?
Is it worth it?
What type of incENSE burners do you think are more reliable?
What is the most important incense item to you?
Are burning incensies safe to use?
Are the burning incensing products safe?
What kinds of incensie do you prefer to burn?
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