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 How essential oils, inhaled, can affect your brain:
a neuroscientific perspective

The Olfactory-Brain Connection

When you inhale essential oils, the tiny aromatic molecules are rapidly transported from the nasal cavity directly to the olfactory bulb in the brain. This olfactory-brain pathway provides a direct line of communication, allowing the brain to quickly interpret and respond to the incoming sensory information.

showing the result of smelling essential oils and the pathway to the Thalamus via the limbic system

Neuromodulator Effects of Essential Oils

The interaction between the olfactory system and the brain can trigger a cascade of neurochemical and neurophysiological changes. Certain essential oils have been shown to influence the production and regulation of neurotransmitters, such as serotonin, dopamine, and GABA, which play crucial roles in mood, memory, and cognitive function.

Studies include; National Library of Medicine = National centre for biotechnology information

The Use of Therapeutic Inhaled Essential Oils (TIEO) as a Holistic Approach to Decrease Preoperative Anxiety in ERAS Gynecological Surgery ( a form of minimally invasive surgery (key-hole surgery)

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Click the link to, we'll delve into the fascinating ways in which ancient people utilized essential oils, uncovering their secrets and marveling at their ingenuity.  The History Of Essential Oils

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