Keith Kelsen’s Scent Narrative   PTSD and Scent Trauma Part 2

2 thoughts on “Keith Kelsen’s Scent Narrative   PTSD and Scent Trauma Part 2”

  1. We did a study of scent on PTSD at a VA setting and at a rape crisis center. The interesting takeaway was that the citrus heavy formula that worked well for the rape victims, could also act as a trigger for Middle East war veterans. Why? Because many of the traumas experienced were in market and street areas where citrus scents are common and strong.

    As usual, scent thereapy is not a one size fits all, and triggers of memory and or emotion are just as important as the biochemistry changes.

    There is so much to learn.

    • Mark,
      There is so much to learn; PTSD and Victim therapy are finally getting some attention! We are on the brink of an exciting period. As you may have gathered, Inhalió diffuses and deploys scent in a proprietary way. Your Science of Scent© work looks excellent. I will reach out via email. Thanks for the comment. Roger Sanford, CMO Inhalió


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