08.09.12

Woman Finds Spider in Her Ear

Posted in The Science of Ear Candles at 7:44 pm by Administrator

While gathering the pictures of “approved” ear debris removal devices, I came across this article today on Yahoo.Dry weather causes spiders to find new home. .  .

Yup!  It’s a SPIDER inside the ear canal.

Now, this woman complained of itching in her ear and went to the doctor.  He then used irrigation to flush out the spider.  It was successful, that’s good.

Had this happened in the USA, she would have been charged around $300 for that “treatment”. . . maybe more.

Ear Candling would have done the same thing for around $5 and the smoke from the candle would have disabled the spider.

Should I mention how much more relaxing ear candling is over driving to the hospital, sitting in the ER, waiting for the scans, waiting for the doctor to show up, filling out forms, making the co-pay, enduring cold water blasting inside your ear, (I’m sure they took blood and did a lot of other tests), coming back for a follow-up visit to make sure the spider didn’t have babies in her ear, etc. . . .

Live Science & CNN reports that with our heat and drought conditions bugs are in abundant supply this year.

Time to get a RELAXING EAR CANDLING SESSION FIRED UP!

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