The Smell of Fall That Are Good For You
What d'ya think Fall smells like? Science has found THE Number One Fall smell that's actually good for you!
The next few weeks your house, and mine, is going to be filled with wonderful Fall smells: Hot Cider to chase away the cold; Chocolatey and candy corn goodness for Halloween; Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and all trimmings for Thanksgiving; Pine and berry that fresh, new smell that comes from wrapping paper at Christmas. And all through winter, if you have a fireplace, that unmistakable wood-burning smell of a toasty, cozy crackling fire.
Now, if you were to say that Fall smells like leaves and evergreen with just a hint of worn tube sock, you would be wrong; very, very wrong. Science has found the smells that you and I most connect with Fall. These Fall smells are actually good - and good for us!
Science has found that burning nutmeg incense can help you relax and fall asleep. There's also something in nutmeg that might keep you from developing Alzheimer's disease.
An apple a day doesn't just keep the doctor away. In 2008 it was proven that apples keep headaches away!
Forget the Viagra, two years ago, pumpkin was proven an aphrodisiac for men. Yes, it's true, the way to a guy's heart is through his stomach. A mix of pumpkin and lavender worked on 40% of guys! But probably not in a slice of pie... probably as a candle or incense.
The number one smell we connect with Fall has been found to improve motor skill, memory and attention span!