Anosmia the inability to perceive odourAny insights or remedy suggestions please for a lady in her early 50's who has had this condition since birth. She has had absolutely no ability to smell. Her taste buds function reasonably well but finds it difficult to differentiate herbs spices and garlic. She is a healthy lady in every other way
nickynoodle100 on 2014-06-30
It is also impossible for her to be healthy in every way and have such a significant symptom. There will be an underlying chronic disease of some kind, which may be reflected in her mental state, her emotions, her sleep, her dreams, her appetite, her sexual desires, her menstrual history or in many other areas. 'Disease' in homoeopathy is broader and more inclusive than any other kind of medical system.
If she is willing to give her entire case here, answering a list of extensive questions I can post, then it is possible I might be able to help. Such a long term chronic condition from birth could be difficult to cure though.
♡ Evocationer 7 years ago
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