Does smelling caffeine share equivalent effects on our central nervous system to those immediately apparent when ingesting? More precisely, does the aroma of coffee necessitate a beneficial neurological response?

  • I know from somewhere that smelling coffee makes you happy (serotonin excretion?) and less desperate. I don't know if it is relevant to caffeine or other aromatics. I cannot remember the source. I should check it. – MT San Aug 6 at 5:23

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