Stimulate brain wave activity in the prefrontal cortex

Floral scents, in particular, have some fascinating brain health benefits. Take this 2022 study, which discovered differences in adults’ attention levels and emotional states during a flower arranging session. It’s the olfactory stimulation from the cut flower fragrances, researchers theorize, that stimulate brain wave activity in the prefrontal cortex.

— Read more in It’s True: Smelling Flowers Can Make You Smarter & Happier at mindbodygreen.


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