The celebration of Christmas involves intense and vivid sensory stimulation, whether it be the aroma of meals or drinks fragrant with herbs and spices, festive music, blinking lights or the bright red and green combination or silver and gold hues of
Myrrh is a natural exudate or gum resin collected from Commiphora trees that inhabit the Horn of Africa and the Arabian peninsula.
Colours and scents affect our behaviour and emotions. Following from previous posts on the inter-relationship between colours and aromas, the focus will now be on the colour blue.
Scent has played an important role in Chinese culture for centuries.
Continuing on from the previous post on the colour green, we will take a look at how red colours and corresponding aromas can influence behaviour and emotions.
Colours, as do scents, can have an influence on our emotional state and behaviour.