Throughout history, the process of ear candling has changed little. The hygienist begins with a hollow candle that's made of unbleached muslin (often immersed in an aromatic herbal solution, and then dried) and shaped into a cone and dipped in beeswax. Candles made with paraffin are not used. Paraffin can cause irritation to the eyes and nose, and some people are allergic to it. For this reason, only imported beeswax candles are used made from unbleached muslin - the purest, most natural candles possible. The cost of the candle is more, but the health and safety of the client is always the only consideration.
It is believed as the candle burns, gentle warm smoke is drawn into the ear canal that softens and loosens candida, wax and other debris through osmosis. This means anything on the other side of the eardrum turns into a gas form to pass through the ear drum membrane. It is then collected into the remaining unburned portion of the candle.
Excessive earwax buildup can cause discomfort, headaches, tinnitus (ringing in the ears) or vertigo. Ear candling may help alleviate these conditions. Also, ear candling may draw out fungus, infection, candida and other debris from the outer and inner ear canals and the Eustachian tube through osmosis. While many have found it safe and effective it should not replace medical treatment.
$3.50 per candle
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