Scents are so powerful that they can wake you up even from a deep coma… what scent? The smell of money of course ☺

smell of money

The smell of money is, of course, an interesting example of a specific scent experience. Scents can do all sorts of things to you:   Smells are so powerful that they can wake you up, even from a deep coma… what scent? The smell of money of course!

Scent marketing works

Scent marketing is very much on the rise. A lot of store owners agree that scent experience makes all the difference. If you feel good in a store you are going to stay there longer and feel like buying something sooner. Smells therefore subconsciously have a very strong influence on your well-being and mood. Much more than beautiful furnishings and pleasant music, fragrances put you in a relaxed (lavender), seductive (ylangylang) or reckless (pheromone) state of mind.

Smell of money in top 10 fragrances

In the top ten favorite smells, freshly baked bread ranks number one. The feeling of home is apparently held in high regard by a lot of people. The smell of money gets a nice tenth place, showing how important it is in our consumer society.

Example of the scent of money

The following true story is a great illustration of this: A 30-year-old man from China awoke to the smell of money after spending more than a year in a coma. Xiao Li, as the man is called, fell into a coma in 2013 after staying awake continuously for a week to work out his business plan. Nurses asked the man’s family what memories triggered good feelings in the man. The entire family agreed that money in particular was a driving force in Li’s life. Thereupon, the nurses decided to hold a 100 yuan bank bill (equivalent to about 14 euros) under his nose. Miraculously, Li began blinking his eyes almost immediately, reports The Mirror. Doctors and nurses at the hospital in Shenzhen, a city in southern China, were perplexed. “I have never experienced anything like this in the 20 years I have been a doctor,” said chief physician Liu Tang. “This just shows again that memory and smell are very strong stimulants. While Li is recovering, his family continues to tantalize him with “money therapy. “He still has a long way to go, but there is progression in his recovery process,” Dr. Tang said. Or how money makes happy after all. Just ask Li’s family. After all, they are very happy with his recovery.


The scent of money   is in the top 10 favorite scents. Money makes you happy, even the smell of money can make someone “come alive.