I’m not even sure how to title this thread. Recently an idea came to my mind. I was reading about native American Indians who were caring with themselves braids made of sweet grass as a way of perfuming themselves. A quote from https://plants.usda.gov/plantguide/pdf/cs_hiod.pdf : "Sweetgrass was the most popular perfumery of the Blackfeet, who braided it and kept it with their clothes like a sachet or carried it in small bags." Which makes a lot of sense to me now since I've got a living sweetgrass plant in a pot I noticed that even single leaf can radiate a lot of perfume with nice projection strength once cut away from the plant. And I was wondering about the whole concept of caring a perfume as a fragrant item from which the perfume is radiating. This could possibly help to use multiple fragrances (for example a few oud oils) at once to achieve the collective scent without actually mixing the chemical compounds. It could be some clothes in some pouch hidden in a shirt pocket... or some cord bracelets on the wrist... Does anyone has any information about such ways of perfuming? I would be grateful for any input.