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Peppermint Improves Performance

November 15, 2005

Studies prove that smelling peppermint improves mental performance, cognitive functioning, pain threshold and tolerance, digestion and digestive processes and athletic performance, according to a White Paper by the Sense of Smell Institute (SOSI), New York, and Bryan Raudenbush, Ph.D, of Wheeling Jesuit University. Study participants also reported a higher level of vigor and lower level of fatigue with the use of peppermint aromas. More info: www.senseofsmell.org.

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