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  • Ear Care General Description
  • Ear Candles Use & Instructions Information
  • Ear Care & Candling Products




  • EAR CARE GENERAL DESCRIPTION

  • Have your ears checked regularly by your primary care practitioner.
  • Have your hearing checked by an audiologist if you or anyone else questions whether your hearing is normal.
  • Consult an ear practitioner as necessary for specific ear-related problems.
  • Use a sunscreen on your ears when outdoors in sunny weather. Ears burn easily.
  • Consult your health practitioner if you notice unusual bumps or scaly areas on the exterior ear.
  • Know hearing loss warning signs:
    • Difficulty hearing conversations, especially in the presence of background noise.
    • Frequently asking others to repeat what they have said.
    • Misunderstanding what other people say and answering inappropriately.
    • Difficulty hearing on the telephone.
    • Requiring the television or radio volume to be louder than others in the room prefer.
    • Feeling that people are mumbling or have marbles in their mouth when they talk.
    • Difficulty hearing environmental sounds, such as birds chirping.
    • Agreeing, nodding your head, or smiling during conversations when you are not sure what has been said.
    • Withdrawing from conversations and social situations because it is too difficult to hear.
    • Reading lips so you can try to follow what people are saying.
    • Straining to hear or keep up with conversations.
    • Noise within your ears or head, called tinnitus, which is not caused by an external sound source.
    See an ear health practitioner immediately if you injure your ears, experience ear pain, or notice changes in your ears or hearing.

    ILLNESS & MEDICATIONS

  • Reduce the risk of ear infections by treating upper respiratory (ears, nose, throat) infections promptly.
  • Some illnesses and medical conditions can affect your hearing. If you experience sudden hearing loss or have constant noise in your ears or head, see an ear doctor promptly.
  • Drainage from the ear is not normal and usually suggests infection. See your health care provider as soon as possible.
  • Some medications can affect hearing. Take medications only as directed, and consult your health care provider if you experience unusual hearing, balance problems, or ringing in the ears.

  • NOISE & EAR PROTECTION

  • Wear hearing protection during exposute to loud levels of noise at home and at work. Activity includes mowing the lawn, leaf blowing or using power tools. By law, a noisy work environment requires use of hearing protection, such as ear plugs and ear muff sound protections. Hunting shops and some garden centers carry ear-protecting headgear. Ear buds, such as those that come with an IPOD or MP3 player, do not protect your hearing. Also, listening to music while using power tools is dangerous to your hearing and should be avoided.
  • When using stereos and home theater systems, avoid high volume levels. If you think it is too loud, it probably is.
  • When using personal sound systems, the volume should be at a comfortable level. If someone else can hear what you are listening to, the volume is too high. Remove the headphones from time to time to give your ears a rest.
  • Wear earplugs at rock concerts, nightclubs and motor sporting events.
  • Keep automobile sound systems at sensible volumes. This can help you avoid hearing damage and allow you to hear and yield to emergency vehicles.

  • CLEANING THE EARS

    The ear is actually self-cleaning and the ear canals do not need to be cleaned for most people. The best thing to do for your ears is to not put anything into your ear smaller than your elbow. Was is not formed in the deep part of the ear canal, but rather the outer part near the external opening. If left alone, old earwax naturally migrates out of the ear as a result of jaw movement. Earwax is the ear's mechanism for self cleaning. It plays a number of very important roles. It protects the ear canal skin, assists in cleaning and lubrication and provides protection from bacteria, fungi, insects and water. Inserting objects into the ear will only push the wax further into the canal and may even cause trauma to the canal wall or the eardrum. It is wise to let nature run its course and with extra care, simply use a washcloth or tissue to wipe the outer ear after bathing or showering. Do not use Q-tips, bobby pins or sharp pointed objects to clean your ears. These objects may injure the ear canal or eardrum. If you have a build-up of wax that is blocking your hearing, see your health practitioner to have it removed.

    WAX IMPACTION

    Earwax becomes a concern when an impaction or a complete blockage of the ear canal occurs. The symptoms of an impaction may include any of the following:
    • A plugged-up sensation or feeling of fullness in the ear.
    • Earache.
    • Changes in hearing sensitivity or hearing impairment.
    • Ringing in the ear.
    • Itching, odor or discharge.
    • Coughing.
    If you experience and of these symptoms such as itching or pain in your ears, consult with your health care provider to determine the appropriate treatment and to determine if you need to see a specialist. Do not assume earwax is the problem. If earwax is the cause, your health care provider can remove it.

    PREVENTING WAX IMPACTION

    If you know your ears produce a lot of earwax, and you have some wax build-up, the following ways may safely prevent a complete impaction from occurring:
    • Use wax softening agents: once a week place a few drops of mineral oil, baby oil or commercial ear drops into the ear canal. This will help soften the earwax and allow it to come out more easily. Warm Mullein Herbal Oil is often recommended for ear related problems.
    • Irrigate the ear using a home irrigation kit with a bulb ear syringe. The American Academy of Otolaryngology recommends irrigation or syringing of the ear as a means to safely clean the ears and help with earwax blockages and build-ups. At-home irrigation kits can be purchased at the drug store but it is very important to follow the directions carefully when using these kits.
    • For more of a preventative maintenance, a simple and convenient way to irrigate the ear is when you are in the shower. Tilt your head toward warm water, allowing the ear to fill up. Once filled, tip your head over and let the water and earwax drain out. Please note, using a wax-softening agent prior to irrigation may yield the best results. Caution: avoid irrigation if you have a perforated eardrum or a tube in the eardrum.
    • Another excellent preventative measure is to schedule an appointment for wax removal every 6 to 12 months with your health care provider or trained hearing healthcare professional.
    EARWAX & HEARING AIDS

    Hearing aids and earwax do not work well together. Earwax can clog the microphones or receivers of the hearing aid, which can impact performance and sound quality. It can reduce the effectiveness of the hearing aid by blocking sound and can even cause enough damage to warrant repair. Some users notice an increase in wax production when they begin wearing hearing aids. This is not uncommon.

    Hearing aids not only block the normal migration of earwax out of the ear but can also stimulate glands in the ear canal to produce more wax. It is extremely important to properly clean and care for your hearing aids as instructed by your hearing healthcare professional. If you actively engage in preventative earwax practices, like using wax-softening agents or performing irrigation, do them at night before bed after you have taken out your hearing aids. In the morning, make sure to wipe the outer ear with a towel or tissue to remove any wax that may have migrated out before putting in your hearing aids.

    SWIMMER'S EAR

    If you have ever had water trapped in your ears after swimming, it is extremely annoying. It is a natural reaction to dislodge the water is to tilt the head to the side and shake it rigorously or to tug downward on the earlobe while opening and closing the jaw. Though the head shaking and opening/closing of the jaw may go on for some time, it is often successful as evidenced by hearing a pop and feeling the water drain from the ear. However, sometimes the water cannot be freed, and due to the bacterial and fungal organisms in the water, an outer ear infection known as Swimmer’s Ear can occur. The most common signs and symptoms of an infection include itching inside the ear, pain that gets worse when you tug on the earlobe and a plugged-up sensation or feeling of fullness. If you experience any of these symptoms you should see your health practitioner mmediately to obtain proper treatment.

    To help prevent water from getting trapped in the ear is to make your own eardrops at home using a mixture of half rubbing alcohol and half vinegar. This mixture will help evaporate excess water and keep the ears dry. When using the eardrops please follow these instructions:
    • Tilt your head and place five to six drops of the mixture into the ear.
    • Pull downward on your earlobe and open and close your jaw; this will help the drops to move further the ear canal.
    • Hold your head in the tilted position for at least 30 seconds.
    • Turn your head over and allow the drops to pour out of the ear. Make sure to have a towel or tissue on hand.
    • Check to see if the ear is still plugged. If so, repeat these steps.
    CAUTION: Do not use eardrops if you have a perforated eardrum or a tube in the eardrum.

    If you try these steps several times and the water will not come out, see a health practitioner. Do not allow days to go by without removing water from your ears or you could get an infection.

    If water gets trapped in your ear often or you are prone to getting ear infections, consider investing in some custom floatable swim plugs. These protective plugs are specifically fit to your ear to create a watertight seal in the ear canal to keep out water and moisture. Plus, they are available in many fun colors allowing you to not only protect your ears but look good doing it! Swim plugs can be obtained from any hearing healthcare professional.

    EAR PIERCING

    Although ear piercings are more common and can be less risky than other body piercings, they can still cause complications if not handled safely. For anyone thinking about getting their ears pierced, dermatologists urge people to follow these steps to avoid infection:
    • Always wash your hands before touching newly pierced ears.
    • Leave the earrings in your ears for six weeks or more, even at night. Removing the starter earrings too early may cause the piercings to close.
    • Regularly wash your ears with soap and water. Carefully do this at least once a day to avoid infection.
    • Twist the earrings a few times daily. This will help keep the pierced holes open.
    • Put rubbing alcohol on your ears. Using a cotton ball or pad dipped in rubbing alcohol, gently clean the skin around the piercings twice a day to keep away germs and prevent scabbing. You may also apply a thin coat of petroleum jelly around the opening.
    After piercing your ears, keep an eye on them to make sure they do not get sore, red or puffy and that the holes do not ooze yellowish liquid. If any of this occurs and does not go away quickly, see a board-certified dermatologist, as you may have an infection.
    • If you have pierced ears, clean your earrings and earlobes regularly with rubbing alcohol.
    • To prevent nickel sensitivity, use silver or gold earring posts or wires. Avoid cheap nickel-based alloys most often seen in inexpensive costume jewelry.
    • If your ears become sore and inflammed, remove earrings and clean regularly with rubbing alcohol until healing is complete.
    EAR CARE SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Always wear a helmet when you bike, ski, and roller blade or in any other activity that puts you at risk for head and ear injuries.
  • If you scuba dive, learn and practice proper underwater techniques to avoid potentially damaging changes in pressure inside your ears.
  • When flying in an airplane, swallow and yawn frequently when the plane is ascending and descending to equalize pressure in your ears. If you have an upper respiratory problem such as a cold or sinus infection, take a decongestant a few hours before descending, or use a decongestant spray just prior to descent and on landing.
  • Earplugs with special filters can be purchased to help equalize air pressure in ears during air travel.






  • EAR CANDLING (CONING)






  • Ear Candling Description
  • Different Types of Ear Candles
  • Herbal Ear Candles & Cones
  • Ear Candling Instructions
  • Ear Candling Contraindications
  • Ear Candling Products





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    EAR CANDLING DESCRIPTION

    Note: Ear candling, also called ear coning or thermal-auricular therapy, is an alternative medicine practice claimed to improve general health and well being by lighting one end of a hollow candle and placing the other end in the ear canal. It is not supported or recommended by the American Academy of Audiology. According to their research, this procedure has no proven benefit in the removal of earwax and that it can actually cause serious injury. If you choose to try this alternative therapy, consider it "at your own risk" and only do it with the help of someone familiar with proper procedure to reduce risks of injury. Never do it alone.

    THE METHOD

    Another method of removing excess ear wax, called ear candling, uses special candles available at health food stores. Instructions for the procedure requires assistance, so do not attempt this by yourself.

    Ear Candles are hollow candles made of fabric and wax. The base of an Ear Candle is gently inserted a fraction of an inch into the outer ear canal and then the tip of the candle is lit. The flame creates a vacuum which can gently and naturally pull the wax, moisture and other residues out of the ear and into the Ear Candle.

    Ancient Egyptians made the first Ear Candles. They would light hollow rushes and insert them into the ear to clean it out. They soon found that they had greater success if they dipped the rush into melted wax. Our modern Ear Candles have evolved from this process. Today we make our Ear Candles from 100 percent cotton fabric and pure local beeswax, using only the finest materials.

    Ear Candling is an alternative method that has been used for centuries. Ear Candles are not medical devices. Ear Candling is NOT intended to be a substitute for any medical treatment nor is it the practice of medicine. Ear Candling is NOT intended to diagnose, treat or cure any medical ailments or diseases. If you have an ailment, consult with your health care provider prior to the use of these products. People using Ear Candles assume full responsibility for their use and any misuse or abuse of Ear Candles. The Ear Candles are used at the user's own risk and statements or products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

    Some people find the process to be so relaxing that they fall asleep during the candling. Ear candling can be very useful any time wax or moisture in the ear is a problem. There should be no discomfort during ear candling. If the person being candled feels any discomfort at any time... STOP IMMEDIATELY... as this is an indication of a more serious problem than coning can address. It should be safe and painless if done correctly.

    Results vary with the individual. Most people have a much greater problem with wax and moisture in their ears than they realize. Wax and moisture can also affect the functioning of the inner ear, which is critical to our sense of balance.

    If you have experienced a gradual reduction in hearing sensitivity, this may be due in part to wax build-up. Itching in the ears and plugged ears are also symptoms that can often be relieved by ear candling. Ear Candling has also been known to relieve symptoms associated with swimmer's ear, allergies and sinus problems. Many people who experience discomfort in their ears when flying in an airplane or at a high altitude find that ear candling can help to relieve their symptoms. Scuba divers also find the process very useful.

    You need to use your own judgment as to what feels normal in your ear once it is cleared out, and how often your ears will benefit from being candled.

    No claims are made that ear candling cures any specific diseases. It is recommended that you follow the advice of your health care practitioner concerning any specific health challenges. Ear candling is not a cure-all. It has been very useful in many cases, but not all ear problems are associated with the build up of moisture and wax in the ears.

    The residue found in the candle is a mixture of candle residue and ear residue. The percentage of each varies from individual to individual and candle to candle. Even the conditions of the room can affect how much residue is found in the candle.

    Two candles are normally used in each ear. A third is sometimes used at the request of the client. The Ear Candling session can be stopped at any time for any reason at the request of the client. When using ear candles for the first time it may be necessary to use 3 or 4 candles per ear, one right after another, one ear at a time. Ear candles can be used every 3 to 6 months, depending on the needs of the individual. Each Ear Candle burns for about ten to fifteen minutes. A normal, four-candle session will typically last about an hour. You can charge between $30 to $60 per session performing Ear Candling services with clients.





    DIFFERENT TYPES OF EAR CANDLES

    PROPER EAR FITTING

    Everyone's ear is different in size, shape and angle. The only way to address this issue is to have a trimmable tapered tip to accommodate small to large ear canals. For instance, large men and infants would possibly need the tip trimmed to fit the different size ear openings. Many ear candles on the market have too large of a hole and if not trimmed, the ear candles will not produce positive results. Look for candles with a tapered, trimmable tip.

    A poor fit of the ear candle may be the reason some people are getting no results or poor results. Some people will not receive any benefit because the ear candles will not fit in their ears properly.

    YELLOW POWDER RESIDUE PROBLEMS

    Ear candles should be designed to be trimmed so the user has a proper ear canal fit. If you do not trim the tip properly you will continue having the powder problems. The powder is one of the major complaint or problem people have about candling. This is because the air is being sucked in due to a poor fit to their personal size ear canal opening. This is reason why you have all this powder residue you are talking about. It is critically important to have the perfect fit for each person's ear canal opening.

    OTHER PROBLEMS

    While ear cones come in all shapes and sizes, it is possible to put too much pull on the ear drum or to leave debris in the ear. Different cone sizes determine how long the draw is effective, and different ingredients will determine how much residue is left in the cone. White, paraffin wax candles, or any products using synthetic waxes, colors or bleach can be harmful. Paraffin (a carcinogen) is a petroleum based product having several chemical residues. The negative results from long term use of paraffin are beginning to surface. In many opinions by professional ear candlers, the risks do not justify the results. Beeswax candles are preferred for their smooth burning quality, pleasant aroma, and because they do not produce as much smoke as paraffin. Inferior products can emit heavy smoke into the air that are inhaled by the therapist and the client.

    All natural handmade candles are preferable. Be sure the candles you use are pure, made with 100 percent beeswax and 100 percent unbleached cotton, (the chlorine in bleached cloth is not good for your ears). Beeswax candles are especially indicated for people who suffer from allergies, hay fever, asthma, etc. due to the bees interaction with the plant environment. Beeswax candles burn slower than paraffin, have a pleasant aroma and have a very soothing effect on the ear. Since beeswax does not disintegrate as does the paraffin or paraffin combination candle, the remains may consist of more candle residue. Relaxation is an important part of the coning process. While some people may choose to cone themselves, for safety it is recommended having a partner present to keep an eye on the flame so you can relax.





    HERBAL EAR CANDLES & CONES

    Herbal ear cones can be made at home using Pure & Natural Ear Cones and the herb of your choice. Brew a selected herbal remedy into a tea. Place a strip of unbleached muslin fabric into the steeping tea, allow to steep for 5 minutes. Ring out the fabric strip and leave the strip damp. Wrap the fabric around the ear cone and leave it alone for 10 minutes. Unwrap and allow the cone to dry before using.

    SOME SUGGESTED HERBAL INGREDIENTS & THEIR USES
    • Aloe Vera - Soothes tissues and encourages regeneration.
    • Angelica Root - Aid to strengthen and heal whole body.
    • Camphor - Open and stimulate tissue.
    • Echinacea - To strengthen the lymphatic system.
    • Eucalyptus Oil - Open sinus passages and stimulates third eye.
    • Lavender Oil - Rrelax tension and soften the heart center.
    • Myrrh - An astringent to the system.
    • Rhubarb - A blood purifier and tonic.
    • Rosemary Oil - Heightens senses and aids in grounding.
    • Saffron - Aids in opening the sinus.
    • Tea Tree Oil - Discourages bacteria growth in ear and sinus.





    EAR CANDLING INSTRUCTIONS

    Before you begin, assemble the following items:
    • Ear Candles.
    • Scissors (small) (for hygiene reasons, one pair of scissors for trimming the ash and one pair for trimming the candle).
    • A Small Bowl of Water and/or Damp Paper Towel.
    • An Aluminum or Paper Plate.
    • Matches or a Lighter.
    • A Small Pillow.
    • A Fire-Retardant Cover for the Pillow.
    • A Fire-Retardant Cover for the Hair and Shoulders.
    • Q-tips or cotton swabs.
    • Hydrogen Peroxide, Witch Hazel, or ear oil.
    • Small Hand Mirror.
    • A Friend or to Help.

    Find a quiet place for the client to lie down, out of the way of drafts and traffic.

    Handwashing should be observed before, during, and after each ear candling session to guard against infection from germs, virus or fungus that might be present.

    Make sure all supplies are together and everything is ready before beginning.

    ear candling position


    Have client lie on one side, with a small covered pillow under the head, so that the head is as level as possible. (Lay or sit: Most people lay down on their side to position the ear candle. When candling in this position the ear candle should be at no more than a 60 degree angle so melting wax will not drop straight onto the eardrum. If you are candling in the sitting position, place the ear candle in about a 0-30 degree angle. This produces more pressure than if the ear candle was truly vertical. This is a comfortable position and prevents melting wax from touch delicate membrane. Also, in the sitting position, the ear candle rarely get blocked (by wax and ash), and when the tip is trimmed properly the likelihood of getting the blockage is rare. More and more home practitioners report the sitting position as the safest and produces the desired results.)

    Cover the hair and shoulders with a piece of fire-retardant material, leaving the ear uncovered.

    trimming the ear candle


    Trim the tapered end of the ear candle with sharp scissors to adjust it to ear canal size. It should fit snugly in the ear canal and NOT touch the person's eardrum. After trimming the beeswax ear candle, the tip will need re-opening. This is done by rolling the ear candle in your fingertips or by inserting a toothpick into the ear candle and opening it up.

    cutting the hole in the plate


    Cut a hole in the "face guard" (aluminum / paper plate) just large enough to slide the small end of the ear candle through. Using sharp scissors, cut an X in the paper / aluminum plate. The candle should fit snugly in the hole. Be sure to cut the hole off-center so that the plate does not get in the way of the shoulder.

    priming the smoke


    Insert the tapered end (small end) of the candle through the hole in the plate. Light the blunt end of the candle (the end with the larger opening) hold it vertical (like a regular candle) with your finger over the bottom for about 10 to 15 seconds. This "primes" the smoke through the tube.

    Make sure smoke comes from the trimmed tip before inserting it into the ear canal. This insures a slight vacuum from the smoke column. Then gently put the tapered end into the ear.

    ready for insertion


    Pull the ear slightly on the lobe and again just above and push very gently, but firmly, on the candle to seal it so that no smoke leaks out. Make sure it is well seated in the ear by gently twisting or turning the ear candle. If you see smoke around the ear hole, the ear candle is not well sealed. When the ear candle is not well sealed, air gets in creating a yellow powdery residue on the inside of the ear candle. Do not be alarmed. It simply means you do not have a proper seal. You want the candle just far enough in your ear canal to form a tight seal. Hold the candle in place with your fingers under the plate to protect them from any ash that may fall off the candle. Do not squeeze the candle (this will close off the candle). Make sure the candle is straight up and down (plumb) if the person is lying down.

    As the candle burns the beeswax and cotton cloth. the ash will curl inward and it must be cut off to keep the ear candle open at the top. Cut the burnt material halfway between the flame and the burnt end. Open the scissors wide, cut and lift up.

    trimming the ash


    Trim the candle into the bowl of water. Keep it trimmed so that the flame is always over the open end of the candle. If you stop hearing the "ocean sound" while the candle is burning, the candle may be stopped up or the end in the ear may have become pinched. If this happens, just remove the candle and reopen the end and carefully replace it in the ear.

    The flame may appear to burn higher at times. which is due to burning of the material being drawn from the ear. When pulling out heavy ear debris, the ear candle will burn and consume some of it. While the ear candle is burning, the flame itself can go up from 2 to 6 inches while there is wax or debris being pulled.

    removing ear candle


    When the candle has burned down to a third of its original length (about 3 to 4 inches above the plate guard), remove the ear candle and the plate with both hands. Pull the ear candle carefully from the plate and extinguish the flame with the wet paper towel or dipping the end of the candle into the bowl of water. DO NOT snuff out the candle while it is in the person's ear. Blowing the candle out creates more smoke and some flying ashes, so extinguish it by using water. Insert the next candle and repeat the process until the ear feels clear.

    As the candle burns, a crackling or ocean sound will be heard. This usually begins soon after the candle begins to burn. The burning creates a vacuum effect which generates a smooth, easy flow of heat into the ear.

    To open and view the remains, use sharp scissors to cut the ear candle vertically. The remains will consist of earwax, beeswax, possibly infection and/or other debris. If the person wishes to keep their candling remains, secure them in a small plastic ziplock bag. Use caution when handling the remains, as they may be infectious.

    When finished with one ear, allow the client to turn over so that the process can be repeated on the other ear.

    After both ears have been done, wipe out the outer ear with a moist paper towel or put some hydrogen peroxide, glycerine, witch hazel, or ear oil on a cotton swab and gently swab out the opening of the ear canal. Cotton should be worn in the ears to protect them from wind and debris until the ear can regenerate a new wax coating. About a day is sufficient. If working outdoors, especially in the wind, protection is recommended.

    Take care not to burn the ear or allow dripping wax to enter the ear canal during the process. If the person finds it uncomfortable, stop immediately.





    CONTRAINDICATIONS OF EAR CANDLES

    Remember, ear candling is a home remedy and is not a cure for any disease or specific ailment. Candling in not designed to take the place of professional medical advice or treatment when it is indicated. It is important to not that some people should not use ear candles/cones.

    Some contraindications are:
    • Recent ear, nose, throat, or sinus surgery.
    • Cysts in the ear.
    • Mastoiditis (Inflammation of the bone behind the ear) in its acute phase.
    • Ear drains (tubes) are present.
    • Perforated ear drums, ear drum rupture, or bleeding of the ear.
    • Osteosclerosis.
    • Ankylosis of the stapes (fusing of the bones in the middle ear).
    • Paracentesis (surgical puncture of a cavity for the purpose of removing fluid).
    • Acquired hearing loss.
    • Congenital hearing loss.
    • Tumor of the ear.
    • You are currently under the supervision or a medical health care practitioner for ear problems.
    • Do not use beeswax earcandles if you are allergic to bee stings.
    • When in doubt whether or not there may be a reason to not candle a person's ears, refer the person to a licensed medical practitioner. This is better than having someone inexperienced or untrained with ear candles causing injury to the person being ear candled.

    Treatment must be refused to all individuals who present themselves with one of these contraindications. Ear candles/cones have not been approved by the FDA and should be used carefully to prevent injury or burns. They are considered to be used at "your own risk" and the person using them must assume full responsibility for their use and should always follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully. There are many alternative health practitioners who swear by them and the positive results in using them, but there are also many conventional health practitioners that state they do not do anything and can cause injury. If you do decide to try ear candles, it is best to have a trained and experienced person to assist you. This will help keep potential problems to a minimum.

    If you experience pain, bleeding, ear drum rupture or perforation, see a medical practitioner immediately as this indicates a serious ear problem.

    QUESTIONS

    Q: What are Ear Candles?
    A: Ear Candles are long hollow candles made of fabric and wax.

    Q: What is the process that allows Ear Candles to work?
    A: The base of an Ear Candle is gently inserted a fraction of an inch into the outer ear canal and then the tip of the Ear Candle is lit. The flame creates a vacuum which can gently and naturally pull the wax, moisture and other residues out of the ear and into the Ear Candle. Sometimes a facial massage is combined with the process to help clear the facial passages.

    Q: Is the process painful?
    A: No, not for most people. In fact, some people find the process to be so relaxing that they fall asleep during the candling.

    Q: Why should I have my ears candled?
    A: Ear Candling can be very useful any time wax or moisture in the ear is a problem.

    Q: What kind of results can I expect?
    A: Results vary with the individual. Most people have a much greater problem with wax and moisture in their ears than they realize. Wax and moisture can also affect the functioning of the inner ear, which is critical to our sense of balance.

    Q: How can I tell if my ears need to be candled?
    A: If you have experienced a gradual reduction in hearing sensitivity, this may be due in part to wax build-up. Itching in the ears and plugged ears are also symptoms that can often be relieved by ear candling.

    Q: In what other ways can Ear Candling be beneficial?
    A: Ear Candling has also been known to relieve symptoms associated with swimmer's ear, allergies and sinus problems.

    Q: Are there other signs that I need to have my ears candled?
    A: Yes. Many people who experience discomfort in their ears when flying in an airplane or at a high altitude find that ear candling can help to relieve their symptoms. Scuba divers also find the process very useful.

    Q: How often should I have my ears candled?
    A: You need to use your own judgment as to what feels normal in your ear once it is cleared out, and how often your ears will benefit from being candled.

    Q: Does Ear Candling cure any diseases?
    A: No claims can be made that Ear Candling cures any specific diseases. It is recommended that you follow the advice of your doctor concerning any specific health challenges. Ear Candling is not a cure-all. It has been very useful in many cases, but not all ear problems are associated with the build up of moisture and wax in the ears.

    Q: What is the residue that is found in the Ear Candle after the process is completed?
    A: The residue found in the Ear Candle is a mixture of candle residue and ear residue. The percentage of each varies from individual to individual and candle to candle. Even the conditions of the room can affect how much residue is found in the candle; drafts can cause the Ear Candle to excrete more wax.

    Q: How many Ear Candles are used during the process?
    A: Two Ear Candles are normally used in each ear. A third is sometimes used at the request of the client.

    Q: How long does the process take?
    A: Each Ear Candle burns for about ten to fifteen minutes. A session will typically last about an hour. The Ear Candling can be stopped at any time for any reason at the request of the client.

    Q: What happens if wax drips into my ears?
    A: Dripping wax may feel warm, but if it is beeswax, it should not be hot enough to do any damage. Many people soak inflamed areas of their bodies in melted beeswax. Just use another Ear Candle to pull it out.

    Q: Sometimes people feel heat in their ears when they are having their ears candled. What does that mean?
    A: Some people can tend to get a lot of water in their ears, through bathing or swimming. Ear Candling can cause that water to evaporate. That can cause you to feel some heat. Pulling the candle out of the ear and waiting a few moments for the steam to cool down usually takes care of the problem.


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    EAR CANDLE PRODUCTS

    Hollow candles are used to clean the ears and are believed to help with various ear disorders. Using candles is generally more comfortable and less expensive than conventional ear cleaning where water is forced into the ear canal. Hollow candles, sometimes called ear candles, are considered a folk medicine. The practice of using candling is actually an ancient art from many countries such as China, Czechoslavakia, Mexico and Italy. Many doctors are using or recommending candling. They are being used in nursing homes, alternative health care centers, and are rapidly gaining popularity.

    When using candles, the small end of the cone is put in the ear and the other end is lit. As the cone burns, the smoke travels into the ear canal warming the ear wax and creating a gentle vacuum. This can dislodge the wax or foreign debris and pull it into the candles. Many report this as being a rather pleasant sensation. Most often an improvement in hearing is reported after candling. Ears should not get water in them or be exposed to very loud noises for 24 hours after treatment.

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    BEESWAX EAR CANDLES

    The ancient practice of ear candling has been used for centuries in many cultures. These ear candles are made in the USA with 100% beeswax and unbleached cotton muslin. (Not for use on children under the age of 10 years old; should not be used as a treatment or cure for any ear infection, lack of hearing, disease or ailment.)


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  • EAR CARE PRODUCTS

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    Dual action formula not only removes wax and cleans the ear, but stimulates the body's natural ability to reduce chronic wax congestion (wax buildup). This is a glycerin based formula containing no acid or peroxide and will not caused dry skin or itching of the ear canal. The active homeopathic ingredients work effectiely with no known side effects or drug interactions. For occasional use as an aid to soften, loosen and remove excessive ear wax.
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    Aloe vera gel in an alcohol base and purified water. Bio-chelated extracts of highly concentrated herbs. Ingredients include gentian root, bitter orange peel, dandelion root, myrrh gum, senna leaves, rhubarb root, blessed thistle and angelica root. Shake well before using. Place cotton ball on top of bottle. Invert bottle to moisten cotton. Place moistened cotton into ear and leave 2 to 4 hours. Repeat process as needed. For external use only.
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    Aloe vera gel in an alcohol base and purified water. Bio-chelated extracts of highly concentrated herbs. Ingredients include gentian root, bitter orange peel, dandelion root, myrrh gum, senna leaves, rhubarb root, blessed thistle and angelica root. Shake well before using. Place cotton ball on top of bottle. Invert bottle to moisten cotton. Place moistened cotton into ear and leave 2 to 4 hours. Repeat process as needed. For external use only.
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    Dual action formula not only removes wax and cleans the ear, but stimulates the body's natural ability to reduce chronic wax congestion (wax buildup). This is a glycerin based formula containing no acid or peroxide and will not caused dry skin or itching of the ear canal. The active homeopathic ingredients work effectiely with no known side effects or drug interactions. For occasional use as an aid to soften, loosen and remove excessive ear wax.
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