Zicam Lawsuits

A University of Washington study published by PLoS ONE in October has noted that Zicam users may suffer a loss of the sense of smell.
“Our results demonstrate that Zicam use could irreversibly damage mouse and human nasal tissue and may lead to significant smell dysfunction,” the research group concluded.
Since the homeopathic cold remedy was introduced to the marketplace in 1999, the FDA has received 130 reports of anosmia (loss of smell). The loss of the sense of smell could lead to other health risks associated with a loss of the sense of smell.