Substance P Inhibition Pilot Study


   TAGS:     Neuropathy Pain

Study Description: The purpose of this study is to determine if an essential oil blend will slow down pain signals sent to the brain. Pain signals are sent to the brain by messengers called neurotransmitters. One neurotransmitter is named substance P. We want to determine an essential oil blend decreases substance P when the skin is warmed. Findings from this study may help us reduce pain signal transmission in people with chronic pain.

Contact for Enrollment

    
     (706) 721-3998
    dlangley@augusta.edu

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Principal Investigator: Dawn Langley-Brady

Eligibility Criteria: We are looking for individuals who are 18 years of age or older and in generally good health to participate in a research study about the use of essential oils and pain signal transmission. Participants must not Be pregnant or breastfeeding Have had an injury/trauma to the right arm Drink more than 11 alcoholic beverages per week Have neuropathic or cardiovascular conditions Take any prescription medications Use illegal substances

Compensation: Yes, subjects will be compensated.

Compensation Explanation: Compensation will be provided to participants is as follows: After the first visit, each participant will receive a $5.00 Wal-Mart gift card. After the second visit, each participant will receive a $10.00 Wal-Mart gift card. After the third and final visit, each participant will receive a $15.00 Wal-Mart gift card. The total compensation per participant who completes the entire study is $30.00 in Wal-Mart gift cards. Participants will also be offered a beverage and snack item.

 

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