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#193810 - 09/04/06 12:23 PM Re: Incense vs Room Spray
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If I opened the window very much at all during the Seattle winter, not only would a lot of cold air come in, but so would a lot of rain and damp...lol...

I just got a lovely custom incense made at a Ren Faire in San Francisco. I was down for a visit. The lovely woman chatted with me about what scents I like and then crafted it entirely from herbs, and it doesn't need charcoal to burn either! It's very earthy, with hints of ginger and cloves.
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#193811 - 09/15/06 11:35 AM Re: Incense vs Room Spray
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Registered: 09/12/06
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Room spray all the way!! Incense give me huge headaches and just leaves a weird smell...

#193812 - 11/21/06 08:03 PM Re: Incense vs Room Spray
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I really love the Incense, it gives me that feel good feeling, but I really can't take too much of the smoke. The smoke starts to irritate my eyes and throat after a while. May be I should give these sprays a try, never used one.

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#193813 - 12/14/06 12:47 PM Re: Incense vs Room Spray
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Registered: 09/07/06
Posts: 10
I love incense and oils as I worry about the chemicals in sprays,
I like incnese sticks for more earthy smells and go for buners for citrus.
Atthe moment im enjoying all my christmas candels as well but I hate all the smoke when they get blown out!

#293455 - 02/18/07 09:56 PM Re: Incense vs Room Spray [Re: kellylou]
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Hello i'm new

I love incense I only use natural though....most incense is syntheic.
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#294532 - 02/23/07 12:48 PM Re: Incense vs Room Spray [Re: ~ Rae ~]
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Registered: 01/24/07
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Loc: Ohio, USA
I loving using incense too, it seems to last a lot longer than room spray. But, like someone earlier said, it does seem to bother people. Growing up, my parents always thought I was smoking pot, when all I was doing was burning incense! lol I did find an in between though... Wax tarts! Has anyone tried these? You can usually find them at any candle stores, or online. A lot of people make them now, too. They are nice, but they only really smell at the beginning. After you burn them a couple of times, they seem to lose their fragrance. frown But it something different to try.
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#294543 - 02/23/07 01:31 PM Re: Incense vs Room Spray [Re: Globug]
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Registered: 12/27/06
Posts: 180
Incense makes me sneeze and leaves a really musty smell in the room once it has finished burning. I like the wax tarts, and I also like scented oil candles. You can get them with varying oil levels so that they either melt completely (like the tarts) or stay in candle form.

#294954 - 02/25/07 07:48 PM Re: Incense vs Room Spray [Re: K i K i]
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ya I agree that most incense does make you sneeze and stinks up the place....but thats with synthetic incense.
Natural incense is so much different than the cheap stuff. I love the fact that your making a connection with nature and it healing aromas.
Of course if your allergic to to say pine well than it will bother you.


P.S what are wax tarts sounds interesting

#295897 - 03/01/07 11:53 AM Re: Incense vs Room Spray [Re: ~ Rae ~]
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Registered: 02/04/07
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Loc: Canada
I also use essential oil in a spray bottle to mist in the bathroom and meditation roomand even as a body mist. As a body mist try essential oil of clary sage with a touch of patchouly and vetyver.
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For bathroom I use lemon and in wonter eucalyptus. And calming orange in the meditation room.
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#302689 - 03/26/07 03:53 PM Re: Incense vs Room Spray [Re: toetapping]
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I like Nag Champa but the smoke does get to be a little too much. I now use those reed diffusers but I would love to learn to make my oil scents to put in the bottle. I do kind of worry about what is in that stuff.
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