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Ancient Indian remedy using oil in ears
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Published: 15 years ago

Ancient Indian remedy using oil in ears

Hello there, I was just thinking of all the ways I have used oil and one that I have found to be very beneficial is putting warmed oil in the ears. This prevents a wax build up and may prevent ear infections when used with garlic. I especially like to do this during the winter months when I find my ears feel itchy from the dryness and from blowing too much. The easist way to put oil in is to warm the oil dropper bottle in water and put in 1-2 drops and lay still while it goes in (very strange but cool feeling). Repeat on other side and make sure to put some cotton in each ear to prevent leakage. To use garlic, cut a clove up into small pieces and put into a dropper bottle with a good quality oil (I use almond). After 3-4 days begin using it. **If you have never done this, after the first time you may feel like your ears are clogged up, this is the old wax that is in your ear and it has softened and risen to the front of the canal. You need to have your ears cleaned or syringed and it will be fine. After that once a week works best. Good luck.

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