What is it?
Ear candling is a simple but effective treatment for removing excess wax, infections and residuals of past infections. It involves the use of a hollow candle which resembles a straw coated with a special wax. The small end of the candle is placed on the edge of a person's ear and the large end is lit with a match. The flame creates a vacuum in the ear and will pull out excess wax, fungus, bacteria, yeast/candida, ear mites, worms or parasites into a hollow core of the candle. It may also draw fluids from the ears, sinuses and lymph glands.
Where did it come from?
It is a technique that has been around for centuries, dating back to biblical times when hollow reeds from swamp areas were used. It has been passed down for many generations by the Egyptians, the Oriental and European cultures. Unfortunately, it is almost unknown today. The Process had been basically lost to common knowledge for many years but has come into practice again and is being used by a wide cross section of people.
Why use it?
It is intended to be used as a home remedy to better your health but not for medical purposes or in place of appropriate medical attention.
Does it hurt?
There is generally no discomfort to the person receiving this technique. Most people enjoy the process and find it to be very relaxing, some to the point of drifting off to sleep.