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What is Ear Candling ?

Ear Candling, sometimes referred to as "coning"
or "ear funneling", has been practiced for many
centuries. It dates back as far as biblical times
when hollow reeds were used. It has been passed
down for many generations by the Egyptians through
Asian and European cultures, where it remains
in widespread use to this day.

Candling can be traced back to the ancient times
when the Greeks used it as a folk remedy to improve
clarity and focus. Ear Candling was also practiced in
Tibet and performed by the ancient Mayans. The process
was basically lost to common knowledge for many years
but has come back into common practice again
today around the world.

Earwax buildup can cause headaches, tinnitus (ringing
in the ears), and even a state of vertigo or loss of
balance. Ear Candling may help alleviate these
conditions. Candling is also believed to draw out
fungus, infection, candida, and other debris from
the outer and inner ear canals.

Ear candling should be thought of as a home remedy.
While many have found it safe and quite effective,
it should be used in addition to and not necessarily
instead of traditional medical treatment.

How is Ear Candling Performed?

Ear Candling is a safe and simple home remedy for
gently removing excess wax and toxins from inside the
ears and eustachian tubes. Long,tapered cones are inserted
into the ears and lit on the opposite end. This creates
a waxy smoke that spirals down into the eustachian tube
and then removes the toxins. The entire process is
quite relaxing, noninvasive and some say meditative.

Ear Candling Session (Typically 1 hour)

$35.00 per hour

Please contact me today to make an appointment
for a personal healing session.

 

 

Touch of Health
Belgrade, Montana 59714

Mary Miller (LMT)
(406) 989-0517


 

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