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Watch television for any amount of time and at some point, you will notice a commercial for some kind of home fragrance or air freshener product. If you watch television for a week, you will likely know five various ways to maintain your home "fresh-smelling" at the end of a few days, solely through television commercials.

There are candles, obviously. You will find plug-ins that are inserted into your outlets. You will find battery-powered products, and both automatic and manual sprays. But one concern some people have over these items is how artificial they can be, or how many chemicals they might be releasing in to the air. Whenever you stop to think about it, do you really desire to be inhaling those potentially toxic chemicals all night at a time? Worse yet-what if you have children or pets? As smaller beings with delicate respiratory systems, children and pets tend to be more sensitive to these kinds of airborne chemicals than adult human beings are.


A much safer alternative is herbal incense. Many of you're acquainted with incense in stick or cone form. But did you know that these types of incense can contain glue or resin, to assist in the stick or cone keeping its' shape? Not quite the chemical-free option you were searching for, huh? Herbal incense is different-it is just dried herbs, the everyday herbs that you can grow within their own garden. There you have it! There are no chemicals, no artificial scents, and no carcinogens. Herbal incense is easy and dependable, so that as an additional benefit, can be made at home for that more creative individuals.

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