Professor Lavidis and Associate Professor Einstein (Queensland University of Brisbane) have developed a spray based on herbs and freshly cut green leaves. Three of these substances have been synthesized and integrated in a perfume, the Senescent.Don't store avocado like this: it's dangerous
Have you ever tasted this feeling of relaxation, well-being and relief just perceiving freshly cut grass? Professor Lavidis, ofQueensland University from Brisbane (Australia), he realized these properties empirically, and transformed a sensation into a perfume, soon on the market.
The presentation even took place by the Australian Minister for Employment and Economic Development, Andrew Fraser, who described its characteristics: "The Professor Lavidis and Associate Professor Einstein they developed an herbal spray and freshly cut green leaves. In nature through this operation at least five substances with anti-stress characteristics are released. Three of these substances have been synthesized and integrated into the perfume, to try to help relieve the stress of the nervous system. "
The aroma of the product, called Serenascent, works directly on the brain, in the part relating to memory, the amygdala and the hippocampus, sectors that make up the limbic system that controls the sympathetic nervous system.
As we know, there are two types of stress, one allows us to react better and faster to situations that require it. while the other, the "chronic" one, is associated with an increase in blood pressure, oblivion and weakening of the immune system. Serenascent, and the studies and projects that depend on it, promise to reduce it.