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An excessive buildup of earwax can result in ringing in the ears, ear pain, and decreased hearing among other symptoms.
Concord Colonics & Wellness offers ear candling as a relaxing treatment to help clear out the ears of wax, dirt and other unwelcome waste.
What is Ear Candling?
Ear Candling is the process of removing ear wax and other unwanted debris from the ear by inserting a hollow candle into the ear canal. The candle itself is comprised of a muslin cloth covered in bees wax.
Benefits of Ear Candling
A Few Key Results
- Vacuums out the nerve endings and the Eustachian tube
- Helps clear lymph glands and sinuses
- Removes deposits of excessive wax
- Promotes a clearer respiratory system
What to Expect
Prior to the ear candling treatment, warm olive oil will be applied to assist in the removal of debris from the ear canal.
The ear candling process begins with the insertion of the hollow beeswax candle into the ear canal to which the wider end of the candle is lit. Smoke will begin to enter the ear canal through the smaller end of the candle.
Over time, the fire will gradually need more oxygen to remain lit. This will cause some ear wax and other dirt or waste to be drawn through the candle, bit by bit. As the ear wax becomes drier from the smoke, it will leave the ear canal in small spherical forms. During the treatment, you will be able to instantly feel relief of congestion in the ears.
Why Consider Ear Candling?
Some people who have a higher production of ear wax may succumb to congestion, pain in their ears, dizziness or obstructed hearing. Ear Candling can be an effective way of helping to relieve patients of ear canal congestion from wax and other dirt or debris. Patients can instantly feel the results of clearer, cleaner ears!
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155-R Pleasant Street
Concord NH 03301
Located on the corner of Fruit and Pleasant Street, parking entrance is on Fruit Street to lower level.
(By appointment only)