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Do you like the smell of pine trees or cedar?

Woman of many faces~ijm 2011/08/04 03:27:36
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  • Nick~believe ^MOTOOP^ 2011/08/04 22:33:48
    All of the above
    Nick~believe ^MOTOOP^
    I prefer cedar, but I like both scents (except in cleaning fluids.)
  • tooner259 2011/08/04 19:05:48
    All of the above
    tooner259
    ahhhh nature,makes me want to pee outside........
  • Earthly Resident 2011/08/04 12:19:35
    All of the above
    Earthly Resident
    +1
    they both smell pretty good to me, though pine scent has a tendency give me the munchies, lol, sweet tooth goes nuts
  • Lizzy 2011/08/04 10:37:33
    All of the above
    Lizzy
    I love the smell of Pine, cedar wood keeps moths away, i have some little pieces i put in draw`s + the airing cupboard, those moth`s ruin cotton + woolen items if they get into your clothes etc.
  • ELLIE 2011/08/04 10:32:42 (edited)
    Undecided
    ELLIE
    +1
    I love the smell of any tree and plant.Nothing better than natures own odour.Some animals maybe be a bit smelly,but you just have to love them too.
  • Phyl *In God i Trust* 2011/08/04 06:30:20
    None of the above
    Phyl *In God i Trust*
    +1
    not good for me.
  • ~HopelessRomanticM17~ 2011/08/04 05:46:34
    Pine trees
    ~HopelessRomanticM17~
    +1
    *big sniff*


    *lets out a relaxed sigh*
  • ~ The Rebel ~ 2011/08/04 05:39:20
    All of the above
    ~ The Rebel ~
    +1
    Love the smell of pine! It also is a bug repellant!

    Pine oil is a natural home remedy with so many uses, to those who have known about its amazing properties it has been a trusted household product for over 99 years. It is one of the most effective natural insect repellants. Used by native americans and settlers in the backwoods and in third world countries since 1903, where sophisticated medications are hard to come by, it has been considered the next thing to a miracle as a first aid antiseptic and pain reliever with the natural healing power.

    Indians used raw pine pitch to soothe insect bites in the wild. Apinol is a distillation of pine pitch in a completely clear pine oil that soothes insect bites FAST, and provides relief from bee stings, spider bites, cuts, scrapes, burns, bruises and skin lacerations. It isn't sticky and doesn't stain. It takes the itch out of mosquito bites instantly while also acting as a bug repellant(includingmosquitoes). It stops PAIN&INFECTION; as it cleans and disinfects.

    http://www.alibaba.com/produc...

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    Also have a bag of cedar chips in the closet and cedar chest!

    http://frugalliving.about.com...
  • themadhare ~IJM 2011/08/04 05:32:00
    Pine trees
    themadhare ~IJM
    +4
    high mountain pine trees


    high mountain pine trees mointin pine
  • Huki68 2011/08/04 04:34:10
    Pine trees
    Huki68
    +3
    Oh yes the trees, my best friend
  • Xerxes 2011/08/04 04:19:29
    All of the above
    Xerxes
    +3
    cedar for closets
  • Ava Alexander 2011/08/04 03:47:14
    Pine trees
    Ava Alexander
    +3
    Something exhilarating about the smell of pines.
  • pandabear. 2011/08/04 03:28:45
    Pine trees
    pandabear.
  • Astro-Boy PHAET 2011/08/04 03:28:00
    Pine trees
    Astro-Boy PHAET
    +4
    Mmhmm...such a nice smell.

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