Natural Earache Remedies In one time or another, you or any member of your family may ear infections that need earache remedies. The pain can be unbearable at times and can even cause sleepless nights to the affected person. For most, going to the doctor and see a specialist is the first option but there are natural ways to treat the earaches or infections. You can even find several items readily available in your kitchen right away to ease earaches. Utilizing nature’s abundance in healing ear aches gives you assurance that you only get the best possible treatment. Ginger – Ginger has a very beneficial spice. For this to be a part of the natural earache remedies, make sure that the juice extracted from the ginger is fresh. Simply pour the ginger juice extract in the ear and allow to relief the ache. Garlic – Garlic is a natural antibiotic. It has components that make it helpful to a number of ailments. For the ear infection, like the ginger, extract the juice from a garlic clove. Pour into the also and let the juice do the work. Onion – For the onion as one of the earache remedies, bake one whole onion until soft and put in a jar. Wrap the jar to avoid burning the hand and prick the onion. The steam will do the work of healing the ear infection so let the patient lean in such a way that the steam infiltrates the ear. Mallow – Chop mallow leaves that will make two teaspoons. Then pour the chopped leaves into a cup of boiling water and allow boiling for 15 minutes. Strain the concoction and with the mallow infused water, wash the ear twice a day with this and dry the ears properly with swabs of cotton. Chamomile – In a small sized gauze bag with cover, put in dried chamomile flowers and set over a steam bath. Set the poultice on the aching ear and allow 10 minutes for two times a day. Lady’s Mantle – One of the plants for earache remedies is lady’s mantle. Prepare a concoction of infused lady’s mantle leaves of 1 tablespoon and 1 cup of boiling water. Strain the infused water after 15 minutes and drink in as tea. This can also be used as drops to the ears. Coltsfoot – Use the leaves of this plant by washing them, blending them with water and pouring 2 to 3 drops in the ear twice a day. Swedish Bitters – This is one of the best plants in earache remedies. Allow a cotton ball to soak in Swedish bitters and put in the ear. Make sure that a drop of thyme oil is placed before the cotton ball. Peppermint – Squeeze a freshly picked peppermint leaf or leaves. Then release the juice into the ears to relief pain. Basil – Grind some basil leaves and warm them a bit. Place about 4 drops of the basil paste in the ear to experience pain relief. There are many natural remedies for the aching of the ear. It is a matter of knowing all the possibilities that nature poses for us to discover. There is more to the spices and herbs than just adding to food for flavoring. Nature has its own ways to keep man healthy inside and out including earache remedies.
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