posted on May, 18 2013 @ 03:06 AM
reply to post by calstorm
Hello I have two ideas worth considering.
Olfactory hallucinations are often associated with either types of sinus infection or also it is considered a possible mini-stroke (alleged). Among
many other causes, but I assume you aren't doing anything illegal or out of the ordinary (so I will remove these possibilities from consideration).
The cheapest quickest scientific test you can perform, is one to determine if this is merely a minor infection or anomalous allergic reaction.
Go to the store and find some expensive honey, darker is usually better, and local is best due to the pollen being something you are already in
contact with, and make sure it is Pure. Will cost a lot more than the cheap corn syrup spiked stuff (which the FDA claims they are going to crack down
Take a few spoons of honey over the course of the next day.
Observe progression of symptoms.
(Honey is one of the safest medications ever known to mankind)
If it doesn't clear up 48 hours from taking the honey please see a doctor who can get you to a specialist to examine you for possible "mini"
That's just my opinion (and I don't need some corrupt government that hides the best medicines from public knowledge to licence my educated and well
founded opinions) but I took the time to give it to you because I am sorry that you are suffering due to the corruption within our medical system.
Hopefully I have helped aid you in narrowing down the cause (and seeking solutions) for this nasal hallucination issue you are suffering with. This
isn't an exactly uncommon ailment.
Keep us updated.