Odors occur naturally and so does the science to combat offensive odors. Natural vegetation is able to eliminate unwanted odors without masking, without the occurrence of corrosion, and without draining energy resources.
Here are two examples of how nature controls odors:
The natural oils of evergreen trees prevent us from smelling animal wastes and decay as we walk through forested areas. The evergreen oils essentially cancel out the chemicals involved in producing the odors of decomposing animal waste matter.
Lemon is widely recognized for its ability to control the odors of fish.
Through extensive research, we have identified which natural plant oils counteract specific offensive odors. We use essential oils in combination with the technology of organic chemistry to solve odor problems