Ear Candles can benefit conditions affecting the head and ears such as sinus congestion, ear noises, and excessive earwax. The rising air through the column of the candle and gentle natural movement of the flame serve to gently massage the eardrum, it creates a low-level suction force that pulls wax and debris out of your ear.
Safely removes ear wax and toxins.
Relieves stress and headaches
Improves hearing and smell.
Reduces tension and anxiety.
Improves blood flow to the head and neck.
Helps with snoring and congestion
Reduces ringing in the ears.
Reduces sinus pressures.
Reduces symptoms of hay fever and rhinitis.
HOW TO USE
Wash your hands thoroughly to avoid infection.
Take a paper plate, and cut a small hole through the middle of it (make sure the opening can fit the candle through it.
Make sure the small end of the candle will securely fit into the ear (you may have to gently cut it if not).
Once the candle is properly sized, place the small end through the opening in the plate.
Light the large end of the candle and make sure the smoke is effectively going through the tube (you’ll know because the smoke will be coming out the other end).
Lie down comfortably, and have someone else place the candle in your ear.
Once the candle is securely fastened, make sure it’s pointing directly at the ceiling so the smoke evenly flows through.
As the candle begins to burn, it will produce ash, which should be cut off with scissors and discarded immediately.
After the candle has burned for up to 15 minutes, have the other person gently remove it from your ear (blow out the flame once it’s completely removed from the ear).
To view the remains, cut the candle down the middle (this part is really gross).
The application of Ear Candles is at your own risk and responsibility.
In the presence of any kind of inflammations of the ear or skin around the ear we strictly do not recommend the use of Ear Candles.
For personal security, we do not recommend to carry out the treatment by yourself. It should always be done by a second person.