Every organ can "smell"
Scientists have identified about 350 separate olfactory receptors in the human nose, but have also discovered about 150 of these receptors in other organs, including the heart and liver, scent receptors have actually been found in nearly every human tissue.
The researchers exposed the (OR2AT4) scent receptor in the keratinocytes that comprise the skin's outermost layer to natural sandalwood oil, as well as 10 different synthetic versions of the scent.
Of the oils tested, only three had any effects. All of these, however, triggered a calcium-dependent signaling pathway in the keratinocytes, leading to a 32 percent increase in cell proliferation and a nearly 50 percent increase in cell migration. Both of these changes are characteristic of wound healing. The experiments were repeated on skin tissue samples that had been scratched, confirming the healing benefit of the skin "smelling" the oil.
Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/045960_sandalwood_essential_oils_wound_
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