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Home Remedies For EarachesEaraches are caused by an infection of the middle ear, usually as a result of a cold or the flu. The pain can be out of proportion to the seriousness of the problem.
WARNING: An earache may be a sign of a serious infection. The remedies suggested should not be considered as a substitute for determining the cause of the earache, or for getting medical treatment.
Whenever an ear is draining-discharging thick or thin liquid from the canal-it may be that the eardrum has ruptured, and there could be a potentially serious infection. If that's the case, get medical attention immediately. If your ear is draining, do not put anything in it unless medically instructed.
WARNING: If an earache persists, don't turn a deaf ear! See a health professional for diagnosis and treatment.
Natural home remedies
Occasionally, you may have an earache and can determine that medical care is not required at that moment. It is only at such times that you should consider the following remedies.
Please Bite Down
Place the hard, sterile item in back of the last tooth on the side of the aching ear, and bite down on it for five minutes. This stimulates the pressure point that goes directly to the ear.
Repeat this procedure every two hours until the earache is gone. This process relieves the pain of an earache and has been known to improve hearing as well.
Dose: Put 3 drops in each ear in the morning (providing, of course, both ears ache) and 3 drops in each ear in the evening. Plug the ears with cotton balls after applying the drops.
Mix ½ cup of unprocessed bran with ½ cup of kosher (coarse) salt and envelop it in a generous piece of folded-over cheesecloth. In other words, bundle it up so it doesn't spill all over the place. Then heat it in a low oven until its warm but bearable to the touch. Place it on the painful ear and keep it on for an hour.
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