Young Living will donate essential oils as well as provide financial support to be used at a Smell Training Workshop to be hosted by the Monell Center on June 22 in Philadelphia. Research shows that smell training can help improve the sense of smell for some people recovering from acquired anosmia. The workshop will be led by smell training advocate Christine Kelly, herself a recovering anosmic.
“We are proud to support the Monell Center’s commitment to helping people with acquired anosmia,” said Dr. Michael Buch, Young Living Chief Science Officer. “This partnership is one example of our continued commitment to help people live life to its fullest through essential oils.”
For recovering anosmics, smell training offers a promising technique to retrain their olfactory sense. In clinical trials, a significant number of patients who used smell training fared better in the areas of identification and discrimination of smells than those who did no training at all.
“As the leading scientific research institute focused on the sense of smell, Monell is dedicated to identifying potential treatments for and raising awareness of the invisible disability of anosmia. We are grateful for the support of Young Living Essential Oils in this vital mission,” said Leslie Stein, PhD, Monell’s Director of Science Communications.
In addition to rose, eucalyptus, lemon and clove essential oils, the classical components to smell training, participants are encouraged to use additional oils that have personal meaning for them. As part of the smell training process, they smell all the essential oils twice a day for a few minutes.
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About Young Living Essential Oils
Young Living Essential Oils, LC, is the world leader in essential oils, with a strict Seed to Seal® process that ensures pure essential oil products for every individual, family, and lifestyle. This process ensures that all products are genuine, free of synthetic chemicals, and pure. This commitment stems from the company’s more than 20 years of stewardship toward the earth and its people. For more information, visit YoungLiving.com.
About Monell Chemical Senses Center
The Monell Chemical Senses Center is an independent nonprofit basic research institute based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Now approaching its 50th anniversary in 2018, Monell advances scientific understanding of the mechanisms and functions of taste and smell to benefit human health and well-being. Using an interdisciplinary approach, scientists collaborate in the programmatic areas of sensation and perception; neuroscience and molecular biology; environmental and occupational health; nutrition and appetite; health and well-being; development, aging and regeneration; and chemical ecology and communication. For more information about Monell, visit www.monell.org.
For more information about the Monell Center Smell Training on June 22, 2017 in Philadelphia, visit www.monell.org/smelltraining2017.
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