I simmer essential oils and/or spices in one of those little potpourri pots. Cedar oil can be really good for opening the bronchial tubes supposedly, and adds a nice earthy smell to the house. My hubby doesn't like it much, but I like it with a bit of anise oil tossed in too.
now, why is it pot smokers think that incense covers the smell?
It doesn't. It just makes the place smell like incense AND pot.
my best friend tried for almost a year to tell me that the smell was merely incense. When she finally came out and told me taht she was smoking pot, she proclaimed how proud she was she'd hid it for so long. I laughed, needless to say, and explained that just because someone is too polite to argue and say 'no, you really are smoking pot', it doesn't mean they don't know!
Cedar oil can be really good for opening the bronchial tubes supposedly, and adds a nice earthy smell to the house.
You may want to be extra careful with cedar. It contains phenols which cause not only lung irritation but cancer. Mill workers have to wear masks to avoid inhaling it. Phenol is the chemical that makes that lovely smell. It's what kills bugs and why cedar wood is used for making boxes to store clothing.