Winter, Flu and Ear Oil

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WASH YOUR HANDS!  That’s really the news for this month.

I just heard that my grand kid’s school will be closing because so many kids have the flu!  The news reported 47 states have epidemic proportions of flu going around and a shortage of shots.

The Ear Candle Lady would like to voice her opinion on the flu shot, but I’m a lady and won’t say what I really want to say about that hoax. . . .

WASH YOUR HANDS, Don’t go out unless you have to, get a good, old fashioned ear candling done and homemade chicken soup (with lots of garlic) in your tummy!

Garlic did you say?  YES!  If you don’t know by now, garlic is the BEST medicine for all that winter cold and flu.  Tons of garlic.  So what if your breath stinks, it would be bad if you have a cold or flu!  Find every way you can to get garlic into your system.

So what has garlic got to do with ear oil?  Any ear oil worth it’s weight has garlic in it!  When ear oil is used properly after a great ear candling session, it enhances your ability to heal yourself and absorb beneficial garlic into your system.

HOW DO I USE EAR OIL?  After you ear candle, DO NOT PUT EAR OIL DROPS DIRECTLY INTO YOUR EAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Place 3 drops of ear oil on a cotton ball (if your ears are small use a piece of  the cotton ball) and place the cotton ball in your ear.  Leave in for at least an hour.  The Ear Candle Lady likes to put it in right before bedtime and leave them in overnight, but that’s just me.

When done this way, your body absorbs the oils it needs and the rest stays on the cotton ball.  You won’t have ear oil clogging your ear!

Winter Cold & Flu Time

If you have an ear ache (and your ear drum has not ruptured) you can do the same thing sans ear candling, and the properties in the oil will soothe the ear spasms causing the pain.  Warmth to the ear after you put the cotton ball in enhances the pain relief.

Keep those hands clean and make time for some relaxing ear candling.  You can get ear candles and ear oil by looking at my RECOMMENDED EAR CANDLE COMPANIES