Vinegar for Ear Infection
Vinegar & Warm water
* I would say using raw organic apple cider vinegar with the mother would be better but this is still an interestig testimony.
Date: 6/26/2005 5:13:12 PM ( 16 y ) ... viewed 36311 times
A couple of years ago I was suffering from a very stubborn infection in both of my ears. My ear doctor tried several antibiotics, but to no avail. Cultures of the infection showed strong resistance to most antibiotics, including Cipro. They had me on a regimen of intravenous injections 3 times a day, and a nurse would periodically come to my home and change the vein into which I would inject the antibiotic. This was all very nerve wracking.
That didn't seem to be making much progress, but my doctor learned of an ear specialist who apparently had a regimen that seemed effective in solving tough ear infections. Ironically, the night before I went to see this doctor, my mother-in-law tried to convince me to use a vinegar ear wash. Seems she had a book on "miracle" uses for vinegar. Guess what the Phoenix doctor's special regimen was. Vinegar and water! Use any vinegar, white is fine, and mix in equal amounts with water. Warm so you don't screw up your equilibrium by putting cold water in your ear, but don't make it too warm. Get an ear flush bulb and flush the affected ear 2 -3 times twice a day. In a few days my infection was history!
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