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Scent School™

Set of 4 Inhalers


Here at Inshanti, we’re excited to begin working with you to support you in regaining your taste and smell as part of your recovery – from either COVID or other experiences which caused smell and taste dysfunction. We’re delighted to offer our brand new and unique “Scent School” kit, a curated and diverse collection of Inshanti’s specially-crafted essential oils. Experiencing loss of smell or  loss of smell from COVID or any other virus? Wondering will loss of smell and taste return? Research shows that with repetition, smelling familiar scents can help regain sense of smell.



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The smell of your loved one’s favorite fragrance. The scent of your child, fresh from the bath. The taste of your grandma’s recipe or the spice of your favorite dish. These sensory experiences make up the tapestry of both our day-to-day lives and our memories.

If you or loved ones are experiencing smell and taste dysfunction, let Inshanti take you to “Scent School!” Our kit includes four inhalers – Clove Bud, Lemon, Lavender, and Eucalyptus – of Inshanti hand-distilled essential oils along with “lesson plan” for use. With a daily regime of sniffing, you can effectively “educate” your senses and get back to enjoying life!


Pre-training Step: Do a smell taste. Smell things you are familiar with. If the smells are distorted, please do not worry. This is why you are enrolled in “Scent School™!” 

Step One: Opening your Inshanti Scent School™ kit, take out your four different inhalers of Eucalyptus globulus, Lemon, Lavender and Clove. 

Step Two: Take one inhaler – it doesn’t matter which oil you chose. Holding it to your nose, take short, gentle sniffs, roughly for 10 seconds, while reminding yourself of the name of the oil you’re sniffing as well as picturing it in your mind.  

Step Three: Repeat 2-3 times, then rest for five minutes.  

Step Four: Cycle through all four of the included oils. 

Ideally, repeat Steps One through Four daily, once in the morning and once in the afternoon. As you grow more comfortable, try sniffing other familiar things, slowly and naturally, to see how you respond. Kits should be refilled every 2-3 months.  

Above all, please do not be discouraged! Like training muscles in the gym, smell training requires patience and dedication. At Inshanti, we love the idea of being part of your “training,” and we’re happy to help you get back to that moment of closing your eyes, taking a big sniff, and saying “ahhh!” 


Clove Bud (Eugenia caryophyllata)

Lemon (Citrus limon)

Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)

Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus)



It is well-known that one of the prevailing symptoms of the COVID-19 virus is the loss of sense of taste and smell, a condition medically known as “anosmia.” In fact, according to a January 2022 study released by scientists, 68 percent of people report losing the senses of smell and taste as a symptom of COVID-19.

More so, full recovery is not always guaranteed. Early research from a group of Swedish scientists indicts that some individuals experience smell and taste dysfunction for months after recovering from COVID, and since age and genetics also play a role in regaining smell, permanent loss is a very real – and scary – possibility for some.

The good news is – olfactory neurons, which are responsible for smell and taste, are capable of regeneration. Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine, in addition of other researchers, suggest that olfactory retraining, also known as “smell training,” through a daily regime of sniffing essential oils, opens the possibilities of regaining normal smell and taste function.

Educational Resources/References Included:

Chiu, Molly. (2021, Mar 3). “Relearning to Smell after COVID-19. Baylor College of Medicine, Retrieved 26 Jan. 2022 from 19

Shelton, Janie F., et al. (2022). The UGT2A1/UGT2A2 Locus Is Associated with Covid-19- Related Loss of Smell or Taste. Nature News, Nature Publishing Group, Retrieved 26 Jan. 2022 from

Tognetti, Arnaud, et al. (2022). “High Prevalence of Olfactory Disorders 18 Months after Contracting COVID-19.” MedRxiv, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Retrieved 26 Jan. 2022 from



If pregnant, nursing or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician or clinical certified aromatherapist. For external use only. Keep away from mucous membranes & eyes. Test a small amount on skin for allergic reaction. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid using on infants and small children under the age of five.



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