Yaffa Issachar was told her daughter was visibly upset by the news.
Prison authorities claimed the visitation rights were used by an Israeli diplomat who visited Issachar last week.
Naama was also told she will no longer have telephone privileges since her conversations with her family are conducted in Hebrew.
All correspondence must be in Russian as well.
Yafa Issachar has appealed to President Reuven Rivlin, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Chief of the National Security Council to intervene on behalf of her daughter.
"Naama is innocent and is being used as a pawn in a diplomatic incident that has nothing to do with her" Yaffa said.
Issachar is serving a seven-and a half year prison sentence for drug smuggling, in Russia and is believed to be a bargaining chip in the case of a Russian hacker destined to be extradited to the U.S.
On Sunday Yafa Issachar met with Meir Ben Shabbat head of Israel National Security Council to discuss her daughter's case.
In the course of the meeting, Netanyahu stepped into the room and promised he would do everything possible to bring Naama back home soon.
Officials in Jerusalem believe the case will be resolved with Naama's return before Russian President Validmir Putin's expected visit to Israel in January of 2020.
Naama Issachar, 25, was arrested in April while in transit in a Moscow airport, en route from India to Israel, and accused of carrying 9 grams of cannabis, her family said. Russian authorities charged her with drug smuggling.
Russian media reports suggested Issachar could be traded for Alexei Burkov, a Russian detained while visiting Israel in 2015.
Israeli officials say the United States wants to extradite Burkov for suspected cybercrimes.