Often when I sneeze, I smell flowers for a few seconds afterwards.
I've done some searching on the internet, and apparently it's something that is at least not entirely uncommon, although the exact smell description seems to differ. It's sometimes also referred to as a 'honey sneeze'.
Just to be clear, there are no flowers anywhere in sight when I sneeze.
Biology has never been a field of study of mine, but the scientist in me finds it fascinating. I've yet to come across any real explanation for this phenomenon, only guesses.
Does anyone know what causes this, or can you at least give a somewhat likely explanation?
Edit: When I sneeze through my mouth, I do not get the same smell sensation.