Can someone recommend something natural to heal an ear infection. Its just draining. No pain. With all the stuff I take you'd think my body would heal it. I've had it for 2 mos.
I's appreciate any input. Thanks!
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When anyone in my family has any type of ear problems, we use ear candles, after the ear candles we put some peroxide in the ear, and then we put some cajeput oil on the gland below the ear... this seems to work most of the time
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Well prviously I used Colodial silver to get rid of a throat infection. Which I have to say plagued me for years and after a couple of days never came back. But, I also noticed I had frequent ear infections which also let up.
Now though I would consider MMS. But Colidail Silver is easy enough to obtain and use. Could be something and nothing.
Someone suggested on the other forum to try almond drops in the infected ear. I got them yesterday, put them in twice and already this morning its better. Its amazing. Its been draining for weeks and this morning its stopped. I'm grateful to everypne of you for being available to help. Thank you!
I have seen and bought almond oil at my local health food store. i would suggest just putting a couple of drops in each ear.. We have used olive oil, and I recently got a friend to give me some ozonated olive oil... which i gave to my daughter for my grandson...he gets ear infections when he cuts teeth... so the doctors want to put tubes in.. so far she has been able to keep those wolves at bay
A daily dose of xylitol, a commonly used sweetener, will greatly reduce a childs chances of developing an acute ear infection (acute otitis media). Matti Uhari, M.D., and colleagues at the University of Oulu, Finland, conducted a study of 857 healthy children who were monitored for signs of respiratory infection. For three months, some took daily doses of xylitol in the form of chewing gum, lozenge, or syrup; others formed the control group by taking gum or syrup with much smaller amounts of xylitol or none at all. At the end of the study, 41% of the children in the control group had developed an acute ear infection, compared with 29% in the xylitol syrup group. There was a larger difference between the children who chewed xylitol gum and the children in the control group--a 40% reduction in the rate of acute ear infection. Xylitol taken in lozenge form was ineffective. Dr. Uhari and colleagues noted that the children in the xylitol syrup/gum group required fewer antibiotic prescriptions. The findings were published in this months issue of Pediatrics, the journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics.