From the FDA
Drug by definition:
What about fragrances when they target our brains and brain functions, including moods and perceptions?
From the fragrance industry:
To use fragrance technology to transmit feelings directly to the brain
That sounds a lot like drugs to me!
From the FDA… Is it a drug?
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It’s a question I have asked many, many times, especially when dealing with fragrance chemicals and scent marketing.
Penelope Jagessar Chaffer wasn’t referring specifically to fragrance chemicals when she asked that question, but one set of the chemicals that she discusses in the following TEDX talk are often found in fragrances, laundry, and personal care products (but are never on the labels), and they have been implicated in many different adverse health effects, including the deformities of the penis that she elaborates on in this new video:
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Tagged birth defects, blood brain barrier, brains, child health, fragrance chemicals, personal care, phthalates, pre-polluted, sensitive to pollution, Toxic Baby, toxic chemicals, toxic trespass, video