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The Benefits of Herbal Ear Coning

Ear coning or ear candling has been used by ancient cultures for thousands of years, and is now recently expanding into our western culture.  Acupuncture charts demonstrate how the ears coordinate with the organs in the body.

Getting your ears cleaned by this method is a very relaxing process, which allows the body, mind and soul to feel nurtured and relaxed.  Some conditions within the ears are Candida (yeast), and parasites, which stem from the liver and kidneys, creating infestations.  Ear coning may alleviate this kind of stress from the ears such as headaches, itching, deafness and hyperactivity, swollen lymph nodes, allergies.

The herbal ear cones are carefully hand made with all natural products, such as bee’s wax cotton, hemp fabric and a variety of herbal extracts with essential oils for aroma-therapeutic purposes.

The ear has the function of translating vibrations.  If there are accumulations of wax, fungus, parasites or infection inside the ear the interpretation of sound vibrations may be altered.  Imagine using the palm of your hand to pat a full bowl full of flour, the sound is muffled.  This is what happens when your ear canal is congested.  The ear, nose and throat are connected which may cause complicated infections.

Traditional ear swabbing and plunging only cleans the outer ear and pushes the imbedded wax further into the orifice of the ear.  Persons with hearing aides may need more frequent cleaning as well as telephone operators, cell phone users, swimmers, transcribers and heavy dairy consumers.  Ear coning after plane flights may also bring relief to the pressures created by air travel.

One of our favorite testimonies: I can always tell when it is time for my husband to get his ears cleaned; he starts shouting!  My own balance is better and my thinking is much clearer.  S. Parker Windsor, Ontario Canada

Disclaimer: This information is not intended to prescribe, diagnose, prevent or cure disease, and only intended to supplement the care provided by your physician. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice. We urge you to consult with your doctor on any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or before making any significant changes in your lifestyle, dietary or exercise habits.

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