Exposure to specific scents may support short-term memory or help maintain cognitive function. The Brain areas that are associated with temporarily withholding information to complete a task and learning new information.
Here we have 3 LMR ingredients that may support learning are:
LMR Oakwood CO2 extract 60% TEC exposure activates the brain areas categorized as being involved in LEARNING using our IFF BrainEmotions™ methodology. The study showed that exposure to Oakwood CO2 is linked to a Learning score of 169% which means exposure may stimulate short-term memory. the average of all the other ingredients tested in our database is 100%. We consider that we have a high activation when the score is above 110%. LMR Cinnamon bark oil and LMR Juniper berry oil Balkans have higher scores with respectively 130% and 122%.
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