I like to burn incense sticks in my room, they dont like make the room smokey but smoke comes off of them and the scent fills the room. I don't completely understand book lungs, will burning these in my room be harmful to my Ts at all?
I wonder if a T can be affected by THC like humans...lol. :?i dont use incense any more.but i did for years to hide the smell of pot.and never bothered my tarantulas.i alway had a window open or fan blowing.
I definitely agree that direct exposure to any chemicals would be harmful, and by no means do I condone burning incense in your spider room. However, for those of us that dont have a seperate invert room, and occassionally burn incense...I think it is harmless with proper ventilation. If there is no circulation, even humans can react negatively to incense (watery eyes, coughing, sneezing). So just dont burn a grip of them all at once, or direct smoke into your cages and you should be okay. Like I said, I always have a fan on to help with ventilation anyway. Just my .02I think any artifical chemical introduced into a tropical or exotic animals habitat can't possibly be good. Don't ya think?