Allergies, Ear Candles and the FDA

Posted in The Science of Ear Candles at 11:26 am by Administrator

I realized that I shouldn’t rant so much about the FDA, but darn it!  It’s sooooo much fun!

The Ear Candle Lady has been watching commercials on TV from the FDA approved drugs to stop our allergy symptoms.  Then, as most of you already know, the remaining 10 seconds of the 15 second commercial spot is spent talking about side effects and dangers of the drug they are trying to sell you.

Are we that desensitized as consumers?

Cows to the slaughter. . .

I’d much rather go have a great massage, add on a session of ear candling and either slip in a pedicure or go have lunch than go to the Dr’s office, wait for up to an hour (while all the drug reps get to see the doctor ahead of me), sitting next to everyone who’s SICK and passing their germs– JUST to get a prescription for drugs that offer more side effects than relief!

Then I have to take the RX, fight traffic, go to Walgreens, wait for them to fill it, charge me my co-pay, drive home, take the darn thing and wait for it to hopefully work!

I need a massage just thinking about it. . . .

So, some of the science of ear candling includes massage therapy.  The body is more prepared to do what it was DESIGNED to do when we are less stressed. 

Did you know that 80% of disease is stress related?  Massage and a good ear candling session reduce stress.   You do the math. 

I’m totally amazed that we allow ourselves to be herded around by the FDA; who isn’t in it for our welfare, they are lining their pockets from “fast track fees” from Big Pharma.

Bottom line:  You’ll have more fun abating your allergy symptoms with a good massage and ear candle session than using the side effect laden drugs the Doctor prescribes. If you get to lower your stress levels at the same time, you probably won’t catch that Fall cold (since you didn’t wait in the Dr’s office next to all the sick people).

Just sayin. . . .


  1. pam said,

    October 21, 2011 at 10:17 pm

    i was wondering if anyone could tell me whether or not it is safe to use the ear candling with bees wax and soy if the individual is highly alergic to bee stings,, would appreciate any input on this matter,,,

  2. Administrator said,

    October 23, 2011 at 11:49 pm

    In my opinion I would discourage the use of beeswax if they are allergic to bees. This is perhaps the ONE time I would recommend using paraffin ear candles over beeswax.

  3. Cyndi said,

    February 6, 2012 at 3:25 pm

    I totally agree 200% with your take on stress causing so many diseases. Point to ponder: My mom was diagnosed with cancer not even 2 mos after my brother was murdered. What makes it a worth-while point for folks to ponder is that mom had a COMPLETE physical 10 days prior & recieved a totally clean bill of health. First, her Dr. was shocked by her deteriorated health in a matter of days after her clean physical. Her Dr. was intuitive enough to ask what happened in that short time to really upset & stress her. She told him. He told her that studies had been & are still being done that prove that extreme or constant stress & anger can activate the cancer cells we all already have in our bodies. He advised her to avoid being really upset/stressed during/after treatment. And sadly enough, her numbers went up EVERY time something really upset/stressed her. A truly horrible way to learn how our minds & emotions affect our bodies.

  4. Administrator said,

    February 7, 2012 at 10:02 am

    Amen! Cyndi. I totally agree and thank you for your input.

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