Anosmia (Loss of Smell)

Anosmia (Loss of Smell)

Natural ways for reversing, without Medicine and without any Side-effect (XIV)

The SARS-CoV-2 infection produces a range of symptoms and side-effects and one of the most common is anosmia (loss of smell). The patients usually recover the sense of smell partially or completely within 4 weeks of the infection but sometimes it can take up to 6 months. It can be very disturbing, if the condition persists for longer periods of time.


Coronavirus infects the supporting sensory cells of the smell nerves (olfactory receptor neurons). This results in inflammation in the nasal area causing loss of smell.

At our `Monisha’s Mantra`, we have been guiding patient Offline/Online, by natural ways of regaining the sense of smell in the following manner, without any Medicine and without any Side-effect

  • Carom (ajwain) steam inhalation twice daily is an effective natural remedy
  • Ginger-mint-lemon tea is an anti-inflammatory drink which helps in reducing the inflammation in nasal airways and is also an immune booster. Boil in 2 cups of water crushed ginger and handful of mint leaves. Strain and add lemon juice and honey (optional) before drinking.

Sujok Therapy

1. Find corresponding painful nose point on thumb with diagnostic probe, pen and massage for a minute, 4-5 times daily

2. Apply green dried Pea (vatana) on stimulated nose point on thumb.