• Ear Candling

    What is Ear Candling?

    Ear candling is an alternative practice that will help remove ear wax. Ear candling requires the use of ear candles. Ear candles are made of cotton or linen that's wound into a cone shape, soaked in wax, and then allowed to harden.

    What is the History of Ear Candling?

    The practice of ear candling dates back approximately 2,500 years to the ancient Egyptians, Chinese, Tibetan and American Indian cultures. Today, it is practiced by many cultures and is taught in German medical schools.

    How is Ear Candling done?

    Ear andle is inserted through a hole in a plate specially designed to collect wax, and placed into the external ear canal. The candle is lit at the opposite end.

    Ear candling creates a low-level vacuum that draws ear wax and other debris out of the ear and into the hollow candle. After the procedure, a dark, waxy substance is usually left in the stub of the candle.

    What are some of the reported benefits?

    Some of the potential benefits are (1) relieves pressure in ear canal and sinus; (2) improves hearing; (3) safe removal of excess wax; (4) helps balance & equilibrium including vertigo; (5) helps eliminate ringing & itching in the ear; (6) fewer ear aches & infections; (7) fewer ear-related headaches; (8) feeling of cleanliness; and (9) helps fight infection.