Updated: Apr 2, 2019
“Smell is a potent wizard that transports you across thousands of miles and all the years you have lived. The odors of fruits waft me to my southern home, to my childhood frolics in the peach orchard. Other odors, instantaneous and fleeting, cause my heart to dilate joyously or contract with remembered grief. Even as I think of smells, my nose is full of scents that start awake sweet memories of summers gone and ripening fields far away.” Hellen Keller
Smelling when we breath was once instinctive. There is so much information in the air around us about what is going on. Most people in our modern society arn't even breathing through their nose, let alone with a sense of smell. And why does this matter?