World Summit on Immunology, Microbiology & Infectious Diseases
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Accepted Abstracts

Aphrodisiac Smells Increase Covid-19 Transmission by Affecting the Biorhythm

Ozan Emre Eyupoglu*
Istanbul Medipol University, Turkey

Citation: eyupoglu OE (2020) Aphrodisiac Smells Increase Covid-19 Transmission by Affecting the Biorhythm. SciTech Immuno-microbiology 2020

Received: August 26, 2020         Accepted: August 31, 2020         Published: August 31, 2020

Abstract

Although perfumes produced from the aromas of aphrodisiac and feminine scented plants provide maximum libido at certain biological hours by stimulating bio centers, it reduces covid-19 immunity. In addition, aphrodisiac fragrances also reduce immunological immunity in the mucosal environment of the nasal system. Using Instana artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions, the optimum biological clock and optimum aromatic odor component were predicted against Covid-19 contamination.While the incense vapors made from the sandal (Santalum album) plant were the most effective scent against covid-19, the hours between 14:00 and 21:00 in the evening were determined as the most effective biological hours in covid-19 contamination.The study is the first to demonstrate the effectiveness of fragrances in viral contamination. Odor inhibition is very effective in respiratory viral contamination from the nasal mucous membrane.
Keywords: Aphrodisiac fragrances, Covid-19, Artificial intelligence, Machine learning, Biological clock reactions