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I Need A Catchy For My Science Fair Project.

Posted by ninakreuz on 250 Points
I'm doing my science fair project on "does aromatherapy work with horses to change their mood?"

  • Posted by mgoodman on Moderator
    How will you know if the horses' moods change? What metric will you use to assess a horse's mood/change?
  • Posted by ninakreuz on Author
    I will measure the horses heart beat. like for calming oil I will measure her heartbeat before I put the scent on her and see what her pulse is and then rub the scent on her nose and her shoulders and see what the pulse is after I use the oils.
  • Posted by mgoodman on Moderator
    Aromatherapy & Horse Sense

    Horse Wins By A Nose

    Aromatherapy for Horses?
  • Posted by Gary Bloomer on Member
    If you're going to be going down the road of peer reviewed scientific periodicals, I advise you to avoid "catchy" and to stick to facts:

    A Study of the Effects of Scent Oils on Horses

    However, heart rate alone probably won't be enough of a metric in term so measuring mood. As an observable trait, "mood" is too vague.
  • Posted by Mike Steffes on Member
    FYI- If rubbing an oil on a horse's nose isn't a standard veterinary technique, I'd reconsider doing that. The horse may not approve of an oily nose and its mood may turn sour simply because of the oil rather than any scent the oil provides.

    "Does Aromatherapy Work on Horses?"
  • Posted by Jay Hamilton-Roth on Member
    The Way To A Horse's Mood is Through its Nose
    Equine Mood Enhancement Via Aromatherapy

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