Effects of fragrance inhalation on sedation and food intake
- At: 2014 FIP Congress in Bangkok (Thailand)
- Type: Poster
- By: OGAWA, Kakuyou (Kyoto University, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Science, Kyoto, Japan)
Fragrance is known to affect behaviours of animals and human beings. Previous studies showed that benzylacetone found in a smoke of heated agarwood has sedative effect when it was inhaled. Another study on a fragrance of Osmanthus fragrans revealed that the fragrance changed amount of food intake.
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