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08-03-2017 2:14 PM

You may want to try less Sylvamber, not more. Sylvamber is significantly more impactful than Iso E Super itself. At those levels, olfactory fatigue is nearly a guarantee. Start at 1% - if you still can't smell anything up to 3%, it may be that your nose needs to sensitize to a new material, or you're anosmic to Sylvamber despite not being anosmic to Iso E Super (I doubt this, but it's a vague possibility).
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08-04-2017 11:34 AM

(08-03-2017 2:14 PM)Ekscentra Wrote:  You may want to try less Sylvamber, not more. Sylvamber is significantly more impactful than Iso E Super itself. At those levels, olfactory fatigue is nearly a guarantee. Start at 1% - if you still can't smell anything up to 3%, it may be that your nose needs to sensitize to a new material, or you're anosmic to Sylvamber despite not being anosmic to Iso E Super (I doubt this, but it's a vague possibility).

Sylvamber at up to 5% I didn't smell much of anything, at 10% I did. I had problems smelling IES as well. I really smelled IES at 33% once I lowered the %, I didn't smell it as easily. I have a hard time picking up scents in general.

Unfortunately I don't have someone with a reliable nose to use as a guinea pig.

I looked at Javanol and it looks quite interesting. That will def be my next pick up.
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