I love burning my dried herbs in glass bottles. The scent is so much stronger than if you were to use a candle or incense, and they make your home smell wonderful. I've heard some people say that it's not safe to burn your herbs in glass, but I have yet to hear of anyone who has had an issue with this method. However, if you do decide to go this route, there are some things you should keep in mind:
I asked a local store owner what she uses, and she gave me this answer.
I asked a local store owner what she uses, and she gave me this answer. If you have a glass bottle, buy some alcohol and put it in the bottle. Make sure to leave room for air so that it doesn't explode! Light your incense stick or cone on fire and place it inside of the bottle. Then, light the alcohol on fire, which will burn down into the stick or cone.
If you don't have anything else available to burn your herbs in besides a glass jar or bottle (like I didn't), then go ahead and use one of those as long as there are no cracks in them because if there are cracks in them then it could cause an explosion when lighting things up inside with matches/lighters/etc... Some people who use these types of jars/bottles will poke holes around their tops so they're able to light incense sticks without using any other type of tool besides their hands; however this method isn't very safe at all since now there's more oxygen coming into contact with all those flammable vapors being released from burning materials."
It's okay to burn your dried herbs in glass bottles as long as you keep a few things in mind.
You can burn dried herbs in glass bottles. The key is to use the right type of glass container, as well as a small amount of herbs.
First, make sure the jar or bottle you are using is opaque. If it's not opaque, your flame will be visible through the jar and may go out when you try to light it. Second, make sure that whatever container you use is heat-resistant. Thirdly—and this may be obvious—make sure that whatever container you use isn't too big or too small! If your container has a large mouth, enough oxygen will get into the bottle and extinguish your flame before it burns all of its contents; if your bottle has a small opening (or no opening at all), then there won't be enough air getting into the bottle for combustion to occur properly at all
The candles you buy from the store that come in glass bottles are made with oils that are specially designed to burn in glass.
They have a wick, which is where the flame comes from, and they're made of flammable materials like beeswax or paraffin. These candles are a little different than normal candles because they don't need wicks to burn. Instead, they have something called a "core", which just means that wax has been melted down into a liquid form and then poured into a mold so it will harden and hold its shape when it cools down again.
When you light one of these types of candles (or any other type of candle), air gets sucked up into through the core/wick area so that it can reach your flame source (the wick). The heat from this flame causes some of those gases inside your bottle's core to turn into ash particles—and those particles then travel up higher into your water vapor until they meet another gas: oxygen! This process creates more heat energy coming out as flames toward us outside our bottles' bottoms; therefore increasing their temperature until everything inside becomes too hot for further combustion processes like burning wood logs etcetera...
For one thing, you don't want the bottle to be clear.
You want to use a jar or bottle that's not transparent. In other words, you don't want the candle to be clear. If your jar or bottle is clear, it may allow enough light through to illuminate your herbs and plants. This could make it so that they're not dark enough for the bioluminescence reaction to occur at all. You'll also want to avoid using a container that's too big because this will cause an excess of oxygen in the space around your candle, which can put out small flames quickly by suffocating them with too much air (oxygen).
She recommended that I use an opaque jar or bottle.
This will ensure that no light gets through and causes your herbs to combust prematurely.
You can use a glass bottle, but you should make sure it has a wide mouth and a lid. If you don't have one, you can buy one at the store or online.
She said glass is the best material for storing herbs because it won't absorb smells or flavors like plastic will do over time. It's also safe for food storage if you're planning on eating some of your herbs before they're all gone (which we highly recommend).
She also suggested that instead of letting the candle burn all the way down like you normally would, you only let it go until there's about a quarter of an inch of wax left on top.
If you want to burn herbs in a glass bottle, it's best to use a candle snuffer. This will extinguish the flame and help prevent you from getting burned.
You can start enjoying the wonderful scents your herbs create in no time.
The first step is to make sure you have a bottle that won't break when you burn it. You can use an opaque jar or bottle if you don't have access to glass, but make sure it's big enough so that the wax doesn't spill over when melted. Once you've chosen your vessel, gather up some herbs and place them inside. Then simply light a candle underneath and let it burn down until there's about a quarter of an inch of wax left on top.
So you see, if you follow the tips we've given above then you can start enjoying the wonderful scents your herbs create in no time.