Salt: for Ear Infection

Salt: for Ear Infection

How to use salt to for ear infections. 1. If you are suffering with pain from an ear
infection, you can use heated salt as a natural remedy. 2. In order to do this, you will need coarse
sea or rock salt. Do not use table salt, as this will not work. 3. Add 2 cups of salt to a pan, and heat for
about 5 minutes. Be sure to keep this completely dry. 4. Carefully place the heated salt in a plain
white sock, or tea towel. Tie the ends so that the salt can’t escape. 5. Place the sock or towel against the ear, also
pressing against the jaw bone. Be careful not to burn yourself. 6. Dab around the jaw until the pain disappears. The skin may become red due to the heat, this
is fine but do not burn yourself. 7. The salt works well in radiating the heat. This works as an anti-inflammatory reducing
pain, and reducing fluid build-up behind the ear drum. 8. You can reheat the sock or cloth as many times
as you need to. In order to boost recovery time of your infection,
please see our other health videos for natural remedies. 9. Always be careful when using this method on
children, as they have sensitive skin which may burn faster. Thank you very much for listening, a like
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  1. I suffered from chronic ear ache and infection due to using an audio tube at work. Doctors gave me antibiotics of course. Worked a little bit but still continued. I finally had enough and put purified water into a 2 oz dropper. Filled it about halfway with sea salt and dropped in my ears closing the ear and shaking it down the eustachian tube, which seemed to be swollen as well. Drain the excess with a paper towel and let it dry. You will feel the heat coming from the salt killing all the germs. Seem to seep down the eustachian tube. Once a day and cured my ear and eustachian tube in 2 to 4 days. Regular cleaning and maintenance with drops of saltwater and qtip swabs with a bit of rubbing alcohol will keep your aches away. Not a Doctor; but worth a try.

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