How does the brain smell?
it does not smell at all
When you smell a particular scent, the brain stores the smell of the perfume in it and when you again smell the scent,the brain again recognizes it. it is based on experience. if you have not smelled a particular scent the brain does not recognize it but it will remember it for future references. it is just like when a child who does not know the feeling of touching a hot object and experiences it…
The nose is the sense organ of smell. The nose allows us to smell because of special 'nose hairs' found further up in the nose away from the part we can see. these hairs pick up the smell of the surroundings send an appropriate message to the brain then the brain interprets it, and gives an identification of the smell.