What is the natural treatment for loss of sense of smell?
Some people experience either total or partial loss of sense of smell. Intermittently they can smell things. Can this be cured in some natural way?
I saw on TLC one man got acupuncture in his face and restored some smell to him. Before this treatment he had tried hypnosis, drugs, herbs, etc.. He claimed to have ZERO sense of smell. After, he had about 15%. Not much, but a huge break through for him.
The missing supplement,or nutrient is zinc. see my articles on the subject. Although zinc has the power to improve taste and smell, any dose above 80-100mg per day will actually decrease it. Kind of ironic, in a way. http:/artist101.hubpages.com/hub/natural- treatment-for-arthritis
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