This Natural Ear Pain Remedy works amazingly well and fast! I can attest to this relief because I have used this remedy many times. As you may know from some of my previous posts that I love using essential oils for my family as a wholesome approach to health. I personally get many earaches due to my hearing loss from Meinere’s Disease. With the help of lavender and tree tea oil it helps ease the ache and pain away. This is a great solution when you wake up in the middle of the night with ear pain and you need relief.
Natural Ear Pain Remedy
You start by taking a cotton ball and add up to 10 drops of tea tree essential oil and up to 7 drops of lavender essential oil to it.
Next place the cotton ball into your ear. Enough to keep the cotton ball in your ear, but there is no need to push it down into the canal.
Let it stay in your ear as long as you can. I sleep with the cotton ball in my ear and wake the next morning feeling refreshed and pain free. I continue this regimen for a few days to make sure the ear pain is completely gone.
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*Never place the essential oil drops directly into your ear canal. It can cause damage to your ear drum. Always use a cotton ball. Always consult a Dr. if your ear pain is intense and to rule out an infection. I use this remedy because I have re-occurring ear pain and it is a way for me to get personal relief especially during the night when I can’t get to the Dr.
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