Scents For Production

Scents For Production

Were you aware that certain smells can have an effect on your mental health?

According to a study done at Columbia University the top scents for production are as follows:

Lemon:

  • Makes people feel more energetic and more "activated."
  • Helps relieve respiratory tract infections when inhaled.
  • Helps relieve nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.
  • Is a powerful calming and mood-improving agent.
  • Helps bring down the pH level of your skin, consequently killing odor-causing microbes.
  • Shrinks and tightens the pores and therefore reduces sweat production.
  • Covers unpleasant odor with its refreshing citrusy smell.

Lemon Smells on Scentsy Site

Sandalwood:

  • Promotes calmness, lowers stress levels, and fights anxiety, nervousness, and depression.
  • Helps you sleep better by making you more relaxed and alleviating symptoms of insomnia. 
  • Reduces stress levels and helps enhance concentration. 
  • Increased productivity, creativity, and clarity of thought.
  • Subdues feeling of irritability and aggression, promotes openness and compassion, and enhances benefits of meditation. 
  • Interrupts the distractions of the conscious mind to access deeper subconscious levels.
  • May increase mental alertness and decrease anxiety. 

Sandalwood Smells on Scentsy Site

Jasmine:

  • Reducing anxiety and stress
  • Boosting mood and promoting feelings of contentment and happiness
  • Boosting cognitive performance, concentration, and alertness, especially when consumed in tea
  • Balancing mood swings, blood pressure, PMS symptoms, hormones, menopause/hot flashes, and libido
  • Defusing aggression
  • Enhancing mood, boosting energy levels, and reducing anxiety in aromatherapy
  • Boosting the effect of the neurotransmitter GABA
  • Promoting beta rhythms in the brain, those associated with mental alertness

Jasmine Smells on Scentsy Site

Ylang-ylang:

  • Soothing tension, anxiety, stress, sleepiness and sadness
  • Calming rapid heartbeats, reducing blood pressure, and easing shock during a panic attack
  • Alleviating anxiety and lowering blood pressure in some people
  • Reducing anxiety, depression and overall mood
  • Reducing infections and alleviating pain
  • Acting as an aphrodisiac
  • Enhancing the appearance of the skin

Rose:

  • It helps increase memory and learning skills. A study reports a significant increase in learning success by 30% if a person is exposed to the smell of roses during both learning and sleep phases. 
  • It releases calming vibrations, which can help you relax and meditate easily.
  • It symbolizes love, peace, happiness, and prosperity, and is great for drawing in positive energy. 
  • Rosei oil stimulates the release of chemical dopamine, which plays a pivotal role in the helping to relieve the symptoms of depression. 

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