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Photo by Linda Carfagno 

Photo by Linda Carfagno 

OLFACTION DOSING

Olfaction dosing is a highly effective, direct method to stimulate the brain and initiate your body's own testosterone production.  

The olfactory system is the part of the sensory system used for smelling (olfaction). 

The sense of smell is often referred to as a chemosensory system because smell gives the brain information that converts one kind of signal or stimulus into another.  This process is called transduction.  Transduction of Vitali-T-Boost molecules stimulates the brain to initiate your own body's hormone production.

The Olfactory Pathways

The Olfactory Stimuli

As shown in the following image, Vitali-T-Boost scent can enter your system through a primary and secondary pathway. The primary pathway is through the nose, and the secondary pathway is through the mouth via the pharynx (i.e., the space between the nasal cavity and the mouth). After making their way into the nasal cavity, Vitali-T-Boost molecules travel to the olfactory mucosa, an area about the size of a dime located in the nasal cavity.

The Olfactory Receptors

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The olfactory mucosa contains the olfactory receptor neurons that are responsible for scent transduction. The transduction occurs in the olfactory receptors located on cilia at the ends of the olfactory receptor neurons.

Vitali-T-Boost molecules can reach the olfactory receptors via a passive pathway or an assisted pathway. Olfactory receptors are protein molecules attached to the olfactory receptor neurons. The attachment of scent molecules to the olfactory receptors creates a series of chemical reactions that result in an action potential in the cilia. The electrical signal is sent via the axons of the olfactory neurons to structures called glomeruli on the left and right olfactory bulbs.

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The Olfactory Pathways

Information is conducted from the olfactory bulbs by the lateral olfactory tract to the primary olfactory cortex. From there, it goes to the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus produces hormones that activate the pituitary.  The pituitary produces luteinizing hormones that activate the testes to produce testosterone.

 
 

SMELL YOUR WAY TO OPTIMUM HEALTH WITH VITALI-T-BOOST!

Photo by Linda Carfagno 

Photo by Linda Carfagno 

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