You smell with your body, not just your nose | Jennifer Pluznick


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Do your kidneys have a ? Turns out, the same tiny scent detectors found in your nose are also found in some pretty unexpected places — like your muscles, kidneys and even your lungs. In this quick talk (filled with weird facts), physiologist explains why they’re there and what they do.

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42 Replies to “You smell with your body, not just your nose | Jennifer Pluznick”

  1. Not surprising for me… a nasty chemical build up I had once in my leg produced a sensation I can only describe as being that the blood in my leg started to taste bad. It was definitely taste, but it was in the blood vessels of my leg.