The ears can have a multitude of reasons for blockages.
One potential is from backed up lymph drainage.
Often the ears are the last resort to store toxins in,
in a compromised waste functioning system.
It can be caused by many other reasons as well /
microscopic parasites, yeast, wax build up,
I would suggest highly that you watch for an opening
on the Ask Andreas Forum
and post your question there.
He closes new posts off and on
to ensure that he gives
a personal answer to each poster,
so be patient.
when you see that there are only a few posts left
that need answers,
then you know he will open for new posts soon.
He answers under the name Andmor
In the meantime,
you might consider doing soem reading here:
The excerpt below is off off his health info section ,
as a partial segment in the lymph congestion area.
Continuous lymphatic obstruction usually leads to chronic conditions. Almost every chronic illness results from congestion in the cysterna chyli. Eventually, the thoracic duct, which drains the cysterna chyli, gets overburdened by the constant influx of toxic material and becomes clogged up, too. The thoracic duct is linked up with numerous other lymph ducts (see Figures 9 and 10) that empty their waste into the thoracic 'sewage canal.' Since the thoracic duct has to remove 85% of the body's daily generated cellular waste and other toxic material, a blockage there causes back-flushing of waste into other, more distant parts of the body.
When the daily-generated metabolic waste and cellular debris are not removed from an area in the body for a certain period of time, symptoms of disease start manifesting. The following are but a few typical examples of illness indicators that result directly from chronic, localized lymph congestion:
Obesity, cysts in the uterus or ovaries, enlargement of the prostate gland, rheumatism in the joints, enlargement of the left half of the heart, congestive heart failure, congested bronchi and lungs, enlargement of the neck area, stiffness in the neck and shoulders, backaches, headaches, migraines, dizziness, vertigo, ringing in the ears, earaches, deafness, dandruff, frequent colds, sinusitis, hay fever, certain types of asthma, thyroid enlargement, eye diseases, poor vision, swelling in the breasts, breast cancer, kidney problems, lower back pains, swelling of the legs and ankles, scoliosis, brain disorders, memory loss, stomach trouble, enlarged spleen, irritable bowel syndrome, hernia, polyps in the colon, etc., etc.
The thoracic duct empties its contents into the left subclavian vein at the root of the neck. This vein enters the superior vena cava, which leads straight into the left side of the heart. In addition to blocking proper lymph drainage from these various organs or parts of the body, congestion in the cysterna chyli and thoracic duct permits toxic materials to be passed into the heart and heart arteries. This unduly stresses the heart. It also allows these toxins and disease-causing agents to enter the general circulation and spread to other parts of the body. There rarely is a disease that is not caused by lymphatic obstruction. Lymph blockage, in most cases, has its origin in a congested liver (the causes of Gallstones
in the liver are being discussed in the following Chapter). In the extreme eventuality, lymphoma or cancer of the lymph may result, of which Hodgkin's disease is the most common type.
When the circulatory system begins to malfunction as a result of Gallstones
in the liver, the endocrine system also becomes affected. The endocrine glands produce hormones that pass directly from the glandular cells into the blood stream, where they influence bodily activity, growth and nutrition. The glands most often affected by congestion are the thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal cortex, ovaries, and testes. A more severely disrupted circulatory function leads to imbalanced hormone secretions by the Islets of Langerhans in the pancreas, and the pineal and pituitary glands.