Smell Therapy Kit

Get To Nose Your Sense Of Smell Again

  • $24.99
  • $39.99




  • Description
  • How to Use

The Smell Therapy Kit, also known as a Smell Training Kit, includes four essential oil inhalers that are recommended by scientists & doctors to help you regenerate neural pathways in your nose for those experiencing smell loss (anosmia), reduced smell (hyposmia), or distorted smell (phantosmia).

The smell therapy theory refers to the four primary odor categories as the “odor prism.” Just as blue, yellow, and red are introductory color classes.


Rose Essential Oil - Floral          

Eucalyptus Essential Oil - Resinous 

Lemon Essential Oil - Fruity      

Clove Essential Oil - Spicy 

These specific essential oils classify the four main odor categories that help you recover quickly from smell dysfunction by stimulating your sense of smell


How to Use

  1. Find a relaxing and calm area where you can focus.
  2. Twist open an inhaler of your choice and place near your nostrils. Inhale through your nose gently and freely for 20-30 seconds. While doing this, smell with intention and really do your best to concentrate on memories of your experience with that scent.
  3. Diligence is key here! Rewiring neural connections in the brain is no small task! This will take time. Do this twice daily with all four inhalers for a minimum of 12-16 weeks.
  4. Record your results in the Smell Log provided.

Learn More

The four main odor Categories that make up our sense of smell

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I stick the Inhaler directly in my nose?

We DO NOT recommend sticking the inhaler directly in your nose or making direct skin contact with the tip of the inhaler. The reason is that, in an effort to deliver the strongest possible smell from our inhalers, we do not dilute the Essential Oils that are inside of the inhaler. Essential Oils on their own are extremely potent and can cause skin irritation or discomfort. Please follow the instructions on the packaging to ensure proper use of our product

How long does each inhaler last?

Our Inhalers are surprisingly long lasting, especially if you are diligent about recapping the product after use. The life span of an inhaler depends on the frequency of use. On average, for an inhaler being used multiple times daily, although the scent rarely ever completely disapears, you will find that the potency begins to diminish after 30 days. During less frequent use, the inhaler will last much longer, up to 3 months or more

Can I refill my MOXĒ Inhaler?

Due to the extreme potency of Pure Essential Oils, we do not recommend attempting to refill your MOXĒ Inhaler

What if I don't feel the benefits?

It is commonly stated that Essential Oils have been used for a wide range of purposes, including medicinal, therapeutic, and aromatic benefits, for thousands of years. Because of this, the expectation is often that Essential oils will provide instant or dramatic results for everyone.. This is not the case, and it is due to several important factors. Individual Variability: Each person's body and physiology are unique. What works effectively and quickly for one individual may not have the same effect on another. Factors like genetics, age, overall health, and individual sensitivities can all play a role in how a person responds to essential oils.

Specific Needs and Goals: People use essential oils for a wide range of purposes, from relaxation and stress reduction to pain relief and skincare. The effectiveness of an essential oil often depends on whether it addresses the specific needs and goals of the individual. An oil that works well for one purpose may not be as effective for another.

Consistency and Timing: Essential oils sometimes require consistent and regular use over time to produce noticeable results. It's not uncommon for individuals to experience gradual improvements rather than instant or dramatic changes. Patience and consistency are often key to achieving the desired outcome.

Proper Usage: The effectiveness of essential oils also depends on their proper usage. Dilution, application methods, and dosage all play a significant role in how effective an essential oil can be. If not used correctly, an oil may not produce the expected results.

Complex Health Factors: Some health conditions are complex and may require a multifaceted approach to treatment. Essential oils can be a valuable part of a holistic wellness plan, but they may not be the sole solution for more serious or chronic health issues.

Psychological and Emotional Factors: The perception of benefits from essential oils can be influenced by psychological and emotional factors. Aromatherapy is closely tied to our senses and emotions, and a person's mood, expectations, and mindset can affect their perception of an oil's effectiveness.

Safety Considerations: Essential oils should be used safely and in accordance with recommended guidelines. Using too much or applying undiluted oils to the skin can lead to adverse reactions, which may overshadow potential benefits.