The Natural and Healthy Ear Wax Remover Candle Treatment horn shape with plug
THE PREMIUM EAR CANDLE WAX REMOVER
What Is Ear Candling?
Let’s first look at the treatment. This non-invasive therapy involves the use of a long candle placed into the ear. The side that is out of the ear is lit, and a vacuum is created within the ear canal, coating the whole ear in beeswax. Excess earwax is drawn out of the ear canal, as the beeswax is removed. In some cases, impurities can also be drawn out.
The other common alternative to removing wax is ear syringing. This involves shooting water into the ears, remove the wax that way. There are dangers to syringing, and it requires a trained professional. The problem is a lot of people choose to do it at home, putting their ear drums at risk. Ear candling is also known as ear coning. The candle used is hollow and in the shape of a cone to drop the wax into the ear drum. The impurities and wax that are removed from the ear look black on the candle.
The treatment is linked to ancient Chinese, Egyptian, and Native American treatments.
Now that you know what ear candling is, it’s time to look at the benefits of it and how your health will improve.
THE REMOVAL OF WAX
It removes the build-up of wax out of your ear, leaving your canal empty and open. You’ll instantly be able to hear better because you won’t have the wax blocking the ability for sound waves to get through to your ear drums.
The removal of the earwax has been linked to an improved sense of taste. Your ears are connected to your nose and mouth, and the wax can affect signals and ability for tastes to travel through the body properly. When you get rid of the wax and impurities, you have nothing in the way of affecting your taste buds.It’s not just wax that is removed from your ear. The beeswax in the candles will draw out all those impurities in your ears. It will draw out toxins that are affecting your mental and physical health, which moves us onto the other benefits of ear candling.
How to Use Ear Candles?
- Prepare your area
Make sure the room is draughtfree, the temperature should be ambient and the lighting soft. You may wish to have some gentle music playing in the background.
- Prepare your equipment
Lay out your ear candles, a small bowl of water, a mirror, a lighter or matches and a pair of scissors.
- Lie in a comfortable position On couch or even the floor! Rest your head on a pillow and tilt your head to one side. It`s a good idea to have someone around to assist you, especially if this is your first experience of ear candling.
Once you have established your routine ear candling on a regular basis, ensure you have a mirror so that you can assess your progress whilst candling.
- Place the candle gently in the outer opening of the ear
The ear candle is fitted with a small comfort earpiece, which is placed gently in the outer opening of the ear to make sure you have a good seal between the ear opening and the end of the candle.
- Light the candle Once lit, the candle creates a slight vacuum effect, oxidizing, vapouring and drawing softened wax and debris from the ears. This is a very gentle and noninvasive process, and you will probably experience a wonderful
crackling or soft hissing sound during the procedure. The approximate burning time for the candle is 10~12 minutes.
- Remove the candle from your ear, once the flame reaches the line marking
Extinguish the candle in a glass of water and cut off the burned portion.