“Instinct is the nose of the mind.” —Delphine de Girardin
Sense About Scents
Neuro-associative conditioning is a process by which you purposefully link a scent with an emotional state. The hippocampus, part of a network called the limbic system and one of the most studied parts of the brain, is associated with the processes of feelings and reacting. The hippocampus is where short-term memories turn into long-term memories. Our sense of smell invokes a range of emotions that ties us to yesterday’s past or to our present situation in either clear or very subtle ways.
Distinctive, sweet citrus, warm spicy floral scent.
Warm, fresh and tangy citrus scent.
Delicately sweet and warm woody scent.
Fresh and soothing floral scent.
Warm, sweet and spicy scent.
Warm, spicy and woody scent with a hint of citrus.
Soft rosy floral scent.
Warm, spicy, woody scent with a hint of lemon and pepper.
Fresh, sweet and citrus scent.
Rich floral, sweet, fruity scent with a hint of citrus.
Refreshing and bright citrus scent.
Earthy and light citrus scent.
Sweet and heady floral scent.
Refreshing menthol scent.
Classic floral aroma.
Warm woody herbal scent.
Strong musty herbal scent.
Rich, warm and woody scent.
Refreshing and slightly sweet menthol scent.
Rich sweet scent.
Potent, sweet, exotic floral scent.