• Corpus ID: 73520865

Research on Physiological Reactions to Bath Salts Aroma

  title={Research on Physiological Reactions to Bath Salts Aroma},
  author={Zhi-Min Yin and Mamoru Takamatsu},
  journal={American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences},
  • Zhi-Min Yin, M. Takamatsu
  • Published 29 July 2017
  • Chemistry
  • American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences
The bath salts is high-profile as its distinctive aroma makes people relaxed with fresh and energetic feelings. EEG is analyzed with the lavipeditum bath method in this study and the physiological reactions (relaxation effects) are discussed and investigated in order to provide basic data for developing the practical products that can make life more comfortable and affluent by quantification for its effect. The experiment demonstrates that the physiological reaction generated by bath salts… 

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