Earaches
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Effective Natural Earache Remedies for Pain Relief

| Modified on Jan 23, 2024
Ear Pain Natural Remedies

Earaches, which can occur suddenly and cause intense pain, are a common issue faced by people of all ages. These painful sensations can be caused by various factors, making it difficult to focus on identifying the underlying cause.

Fortunately, there are numerous natural remedies available that can provide relief for earaches and ear pain, including hydrogen peroxide, garlic, and apple cider vinegar. These remedies can be especially helpful for those who prefer to avoid over-the-counter medications or antibiotics or those seeking a complementary approach to their existing treatment plan.

It's crucial to remember that before trying any of these remedies, you should consider what may be causing the earache to treat the root problem and avoid exacerbating the condition effectively.

Common Causes of Earaches

Various factors can trigger earaches, ranging from infections to physical issues. Identifying the cause is essential for proper treatment and long-term relief. Some common causes of earaches include:

Ear Infection

Bacterial or viral infections in the middle or outer ear can lead to inflammation and pain.

Sinus Infection

Sinus congestion can cause pressure and ear pain due to the proximity of the Eustachian tubes.

Throat Infection 

Infections in the throat can spread to the ears or cause referred pain in the ear area.

Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Disorder

TMJ disorders can cause pain in the jaw and ears, often mimicking the sensation of an earache.

Tooth Pain

Dental problems such as tooth decay or gum disease can cause pain that radiates to the ear.

Other Ear Issues 

Issues like impacted earwax, changes in air pressure, or foreign objects lodged in the ear can also lead to earaches.

Natural Remedies for Earaches and Ear Pain

When using natural earache remedies, keep the following in mind:

  • If you experience pain when inserting objects into your ear, opt for external treatments only.
  • If a ruptured eardrum is possible, avoid putting anything into your ear.
  • If your ear pain is severe, accompanied by fever or unusual symptoms, consult a trusted healthcare professional.

Warm Rice Sock

A warm rice sock is a great initial remedy to alleviate ear pain. Fill a clean tube sock halfway with rice, tie it off, and sprinkle with 1 tablespoon of water. Microwave for about a minute, then test the temperature on your wrist to ensure it's not too hot. Hold the rice sock over the affected ear for at least 30 minutes. You can also take an over-the-counter pain reliever for additional relief while seeking a more permanent solution.

Olive Oil

Olive oil, also known as sweet oil, has long been used as a folk remedy for earaches. Apply several drops of olive oil to a piece of cotton ball and place it at the ear's opening. Replace the cotton ball every 12 hours.

Garlic

Carefully peel a garlic clove without nicking it, wrap it in a small piece of tissue, and place it in the ear opening, ensuring it's larger than the opening. Alternatively, apply garlic oil below and behind the ear.

Hydrogen Peroxide

3% hydrogen peroxide, available at most grocery stores, can dissolve earwax and combat infections. Add a capful to the affected ear, allow it to bubble for 15 minutes, and use a cotton ball or tissue to catch any excess liquid. If the liquid appears yellow, it's likely dissolved earwax.

Mullein

Mullein leaf is a gentle herb that helps relieve congestion and promote fluid expulsion from the lungs, sinuses, and ears. Drink mullein tea regularly, and use mullein oil in or around the ear to alleviate congestion.

Colloidal Silver

Colloidal silver is often used to fight ear infections. Apply several drops in the affected ear multiple times a day until relief is achieved.

Coconut Oil

Raw coconut oil can combat viruses, bacteria, and fungal infections and soften earwax. Massage a pea-sized amount around the ear or add a few drops into the affected ear.

Additional Considerations and Precautions for Using Natural Earache Remedies

There are some important details and precautions to consider when using natural remedies for earaches. Here are a few additional points to keep in mind:

  1. Allergies: Before using any natural remedy, ensure you are not allergic to the ingredients. If you have a known allergy to any of the substances listed, avoid using them or consult a healthcare professional for alternative options.

  2. Children and infants: For children, especially infants, it is crucial to consult a pediatrician before using any natural remedy, as some ingredients may not be suitable or safe for their delicate ears.

  3. Prolonged symptoms: If your earache persists or worsens after using any natural remedy, consult a healthcare professional for further evaluation and appropriate treatment. Persistent ear pain could be a sign of a more severe issue that requires medical attention.

  4. Combination with conventional treatments: Natural remedies can be a complementary approach to conventional treatments prescribed by your healthcare provider. Always discuss with your doctor before using any natural remedies in conjunction with prescribed medications or treatments to ensure there are no potential interactions or contraindications.

  5. Proper hygiene and technique: When using natural remedies involving the insertion of substances into the ear, ensure you follow proper hygiene practices and techniques to avoid causing further irritation or introducing infection. Use clean hands, materials, and applicators.

By considering these additional points, you can more safely and effectively use natural remedies to alleviate earaches and ear pain while addressing the underlying cause.


Do you have a natural remedy for earaches? We'd love to hear from you! Share your experiences and continue exploring our top reader-recommended remedies for earaches below.




Aloe Vera

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Posted by Rob (Kentucky) on 05/22/2022
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My girlfriend had an earache from breathing all the pollen in the air this spring. She describes it as a constant throbbing pain deep inside her ear. Just by chance I have been reading a book called “Curandero Hispanic Ethno-Psychotherapy & Curanderismo: Treating Hispanic … By Antonio Noé Zavaleta Ph.D” translation: Treating Hispanic Mental Health.

In the back of the book, Dr. Antonio talks about Mexican home remedies used for various health problems. One was using aloe vera leaf for earache. They heat the gel from the leaf and place it gently on the outer ear for an hour or so. This remedy usually solves the problem in cases where the infection is not the cause of the problem. Aloe vera helps to correct abnormalities in the ear. The same properties that help it reduce swelling, inflammation and pain when you have a skin burn are also effective when used in the ear. When applied, it can help to restore pH balance and deflate swelling tissue, reducing itchiness and pain.

The best part is that it's all natural and safe for any age. So, using my GF as a guinea pig... here is how I extract aloe for her ear-ache.

Cut enough peeled aloe leaf to place into a garlic press. About ½ by ½ gel cube will do. Gentle squeeze the press so the gel is forced through the little holes on the press to release the liquid inside the gel cell membranes. Next, use a medicine eye dropper to drop 3 - 5 drops into the children's ear or 15 – 20 for adult.

More if you desire, it does not hurt. This is most easily done when your lying on your side or head tilted to the side. After applying, put a cotton ball in the ear for a few minutes or hour to keep the aloe from draining out. Keep in mind that putting cold liquids into the ear is quite uncomfortable and could lead to dizziness. If you keep your aloe vera leaf in the refrigerator, you may want to heat it slightly in the microwave before use. The aloe should be room temperature, not hot.

Aloe vera left at room temperature can be applied comfortably. Results: She woke up with no pain. Yah! All hail the Sabila Catus!

Replied by Rob
(Kentucky)
01/23/2024
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A Mexican woman showed me a simple way to extract the aloe juice for placing into your ear.

Cut off about 3 inches of the aloe leaf. Then cut the sides to remove the spikes. Then cut thru the middle to open up the leaf and expose the gel inside.

Use a fork to mash the gel cells to release to aloe juice. Next, use a knife to cut lose all the mashed gel.

Now, place all the mash gel and juice into a clean small 1/2 pint jar. This will be messy. Next, add pure clean water or distilled water (if using in the eyes) to the jar. Stir mixture and now your aloe juice is complete and ready to be placed in the ear canal.

This method is a whole lot easier to get the juice into the eye dropper.


Aloe Vera
Posted by Jane S. (USA) on 11/30/2020
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EAR ECZEMA - (ailment): working for me right now: ALOE VERA

I get the 99% stuff & put it on a q-tip and it's pretty miraculous.

I'd been suffering for months with it, ever since I used coconut oil in my ears for itchy ears with a qtip, becauseI had an earache.

BTW, NEVER put coconut oil IN YOUR EARS bc the way that CO is can cause problems like ear blockage, like in my ears.

OLIVE OIL is fine & will clear up your earache. Never Coconut Oil.

Anyway, back to this, so after going to the dr to clear up the ear blockage, I had ear eczema, and have had it for months. Right now just felt inside my ear, I think I still have ear eczema, will get back to you & hopefully this will completely clear it up in a few days - the aloe vera.

Replied by Cindy
(Illinois, USA)
12/01/2020
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Coconut oil can't block your ears as it liquifies long before it reaches the temperature of the body and I would say the profound effect you experienced was actually evidence of the work it was almost certainly doing. You can't expect to experience no symptoms when an effective remedy is applied. The more effective it is, the more evidence there will be that something is happening.


Apple Cider Vinegar

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Posted by Dee (San Diego, Ca) on 07/02/2011
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ACV also works great when getting an earache. My ENT told me to put some in the ear at the first sign of trouble, leaving it there for a minute then letting the ACV run out the ear... Repeat one more time 12 hrs. Later. This has worked for us!


Apple Cider Vinegar, Sea Salt

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Posted by Dolphina (Christiansburg, Va. ) on 01/15/2009
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I am replying to the submission on apple cider vinegar for the cure of plugged up ears.

I have had reoccuring bouts with this problem due to sinus infections and some strange buildup of wax clogging the eardrum leaving me nearly 50% loss of hearing when I have these occurences.

Usually, squirting the ear drum out with a syringe and hydrogen peroxide, followed after 15 minutes of letting the solution bubble in the inner ear, washing out with warm tepid water will do the trick. However, this time, in the past four days, the problem seemed more severe. I have seen a doctor regarding this in the past, and the diagnosis is due to sinus infection complications with a chronic buildup of weird wax. His best solution was just what I described, yet he and his assistant actually could guide the problem along. If there is obvious infection, they generally prescribe an antibiotic and Zyrtec D. That is the best way to resolve the problem, if nothing else works, but now with the clinics charging close to $90 just for an office visit and without having insurance, this seems prohibitive.......I have always tried the natural remedies first and foremost.

So, here is my suggestion. Do try over the counter ear drops first , 2 times a day with 5 drops in each ear. After about 8 hours, make a tepid solution of warm water(1 cup) and Natural sea salt(1 tsp) to rinse out the ear...test the solution on your wrist first as you would do for a baby....your eardrums are very sensitive and delicate....never put hot water, hot oils into the ear canal...only warm or tepid. Or you can use the hydrogen peroxide method or Organic apple cider vinegar(make sure it is free of pulp)followed by the sea salt solution. You will need to tilt your head to "bubble" the freeing agent. Then, you will hold your head over the sink so that the ear can drain and all debris fall into the sink when you do the syringe forcing of the saltwater solution. Now, here's the gross part, the "Shrek" wax will come out and it is gross, you will feel a little light headed and sort of faint......so keep doing this until you feel that the ears have "popped" and all debris is out. Then clean the outer ear gently with tissue and hold a towel next to the ear to keep it warm. I also just wear ear muffs/knit cap for about one hour after if the climate is cold, this is better so that you do not catch another cold or infection does not set in. I have also been taking a natural antibiotic(Grapefruit Seed Extract-for price of $7.99) from the start of this last episode. It generally takes a couple of days and of course a regiment this way, but so far I have been successful. Just make sure that you are gentle with your inner ears......don't want to hurt the ear drum or Eustachian tubes. Apple Cider Vinegar and Sea Salt combined cures so many things including gout........This is an age old rememdy and we need to pay attention to all that is out there.........that is what it is all about, don't support a failed Medical Society/Health Care System that does not support the general public with their needs for a reasonable and ethical cost!


Apple Cider Vinegar, Sea Salt
Posted by Vera (Houton, TX) on 07/10/2008
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Earache - For the first time ever, I have experienced a double ear infection which has lasted for four days. I suspect what brought it on was a combination of a new unknown allergy (allergies are a first for me) combined with the irritant effects of smoking. I have tried most of this except for inserting the whole garlic clove in the ear or using any of the sweet oil remedies. I tried using capfuls of peroxide and colloidal silver..which has antibiotic properties.. in the ear but these have temporary and only minor effects. I also tried liquid garlic from the health food store, which appeared to do nothing.. the pain only worsened. The homeopathic ear drops from the drugstore for earaches didn't relieve the ear pain as advertised. There was no improvement from Oreganol (Extract of Oregano) or tea tree oil. The only option that finally appeared to be working for me as far as clearing up some of the infection was rinsing the ear with a capful of apple cider vinegar. The remedies I found effective for relieving pain were dampened washcloths warmed up in the microwave which work for the short term as heating pads, but the the salt remedy worked best for the pain. Sea salt warmed up in a cloth tea bag in the microwave is the only thing I used that could take away the fiercest ear pain instantly, and I probably had some of the worst. The process of rinsing with cidar vinegar for the infection along with warm washcloths and applying warm salt for the pain because the ear pain may have to be repeated after intervals because the pain will keep coming back if any part of the infection is still there. The infection is reduced but is not gone yet. I am still testing the vinegar and I will also test the garlic clove in a cloth bag remedy (not crushed garlic I've heard enough about how painful that can be :)), just to compare its effects with warm salt which in my experience has been the most effective for pain.

Replied by Dandy5
(London, Canada)
05/04/2009
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As I write this, I am suffering with the flu, and on top of that managed to plug my ears with wax. Having administered several drops of olive oil over the course of last night and today, and then syringing, I was getting nowhere, and feeling very depressed. I have a dr's appointment tomorrow, but couldn't stand the pain, so I went on the internet researched ideas, decided to try the sea salt and water, as I had softened the ear wax already with the olive oil. Tried a couple of times nothing, was about to give up, and voila, out came the wax, and a huge relief of pressure. Thanks for the info.

Replied by Jennifer
(Australia)
03/24/2016

I would always start with ACV for anything and be patient Thank God for Earth Clinic because these remedies would be lost to so many of us who run to doctors who always prescribe drugs.


Baking Soda

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Posted by Rob (Kentucky) on 08/27/2021
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Baking Soda is one of the simplest home remedies for ear issues. I have used this with good results.

Sodium bicarbonate ear drops “made at home” can be safely used to soften and dissolve earwax build-up and ear infections. Sodium bicarbonate ear drops also can be used to keep your ear canal dry, which helps prevent outer ear infections. The most common form of sodium bicarbonate for home use is baking soda. A baking soda solution is safe and effective to use as ear drops.

Health Benefits of Sodium Bicarbonate:

With its natural pH neutralizing effects, baking soda serves a variety of purposes. The compound is effective for reducing pain, eliminating infection and treating inflammation.

Putting baking soda on your skin creates an alkaline pH which creates an inhospitable environment for the bacteria as staphylococci prefer a neutral or acidic pH.

https://courses.lumenlearning.com/microbiology/chapter/the-effects-of-ph-on-microbial-growth/

One study found that baking soda helped kill Candida cells, which are the fungal cells responsible for yeast infections. Fungal infections of the skin and nails, such as onychomycosis, have been shown to improve when soaked in a solution of baking soda and water.

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00284-014-0585-9

Baking soda is also an antiseptic that kills the infection-causing microbes. Sodium bicarbonate was assessed against Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella choleraesuis, Escherichia coli O157:H7, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa, poliovirus, vancomycin-susceptible and -resistant Enterococcus species, and methicillin-susceptible and -resistant S. aureus. Baking soda <3 logs10 of all test pathogens. Baking soda completely inactivated both antibiotic-resistant and -susceptible bacteria at both exposure times.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12017929

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10656352/

Baking soda is also an effective natural remedy for parasitic worms which can infest the digestive tract.

Preparation of Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda) Ear Drops

by Dr. Swayam Prabha (India)

Ingredients:

*Sodium Bicarbonate 5mg (1 teaspoon)

*Glycerine 30ml (optional)

*Purified water 100ml

Mix Baking Soda in the warm water. Allow the baking soda to completely dissolve. Then add Glycerine and stir til completely uniformed.

Store your drops in a clean glass container. Keep the container at room temperature. Shake the container before using the drops.

Directions:

Dr. Swayam Prabha states,

Place 2 – 3 drops in the ear. Use only two to three drops at a time. Drops can be used twice a day, if necessary. However, I prefer to use the irrigate method. I place a full eye dropper full into the ear canal so that the solution can make contact with all the tissue in the canal. I plug the canal with a cotton ball. I'll leave this in place for about 1 hour. Use for 1 - 2 weeks when using ear drops to dissolve earwax or infection.


Black Pepper

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Posted by Rob (Kentucky) on 11/30/2020
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Black Pepper for Earaches: I was blown away when it worked! To took about 20 minutes to start working.

I found this recipe from the book: One Thousand and One Useful Recipes, Edited by Ewell's Dairy Milk Bottle Company Published in 1890.

Earache Recipe from 1890:

Take a piece of cotton batten, put in a pinch of fresh ground black pepper, tie it up, dip it in sweet oil, insert in the ear canal. Place a hot water bottle over ear to keep warm.

Note: Cotton batting definition, absorbent cotton pressed into pads or layers for use in dressing wounds, filling quilts, etc.

So here is the 2020 recipe:

Wrap fresh ground black pepper (I use a pepper grinder) in a clean white thin cloth, like a handkerchief or a strong paper towel is what I use, making a little ball, about the size of the tip of your thumb. Use a rubber band or string to tie it. Dip into warm olive oil (also heard hot coffee works too), squeeze excess out, then cool enough not to burn. Insert this into the ear for pain relief. Special thanks to Rev. Alex for his input.

Why fresh ground black pepper? Fresh peppercorn have essential oils inside such as piperine, an amine alkaloid, which gives strong spicy pungent character and medical properties but, it disappears after 3 months after grinding, so the pre-ground stuff setting on the store shelf is all dried out.

Why put it in a cloth? This is to prevent the small particles of pepper from getting into the ear canal that can get lodged in there and cause problems down the road.


Boric Acid and Vinegar

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Posted by Sophia (Indiana) on 05/13/2017
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Boric acid really helped me with my earache! I heated up 4 oz distilled water (boil tap water to sterilize if you don't have distilled), and added 1 TBSP of Boric acid as well as 1 TBSP of vinegar (I used organic ACV but white vinegar would work too). I mixed until the boric acid crystals dissolved and let it cool. Then, using a clean eyedropper, I put 2-3 drops in the affected ear, 2 times daily. Laid my head down on its side and let it sit in there for 10-15 minutes before putting in a cotton ball and sitting back to give it time to work. The first dose took away the worst of the pain. Today I woke up with no ear pain, at all! But I'm going to keep using until the pressure goes away.

I also made a solution for my eyes, since they always ache when I get a sinus/ear infection. The recipe for that is 1/8 tsp to 8 oz distilled or sterilized water. I only keep these solutions for a day or two and then throw them out. Best to make a fresh batch when you need them!


Castor Oil

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Posted by Charity (Faithville, Us) on 06/18/2018
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I had a bad earache tonight that been coming on for a few days. I prayed and saw myself using a q -tip with castor oil on it ....rubbed it in there and pain started to subside. I love castor oil for many things, especially pain. It's also called the palm of Christ. Not sure if it is supposed to be used in the ear but I know it can be used in the eyes.


Cayenne Pepper

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Posted by Justis (St. Louis, MO) on 02/03/2009
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I had such severe sinus pressure i thought my ears were going to explode and I couldn't hear at all...I made a cayenne tea and shot it up into my nose and my sinuses repeatedly. Talk about pain...sinuses drained by the time i went to bed couple hours later and pressure all gone next day.


Cayenne Pepper
Posted by Jack (Toledo, Ohio) on 05/06/2006
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If you suffer from sinus headaches, this will give relief in 30 secs to 5 minutes depending on how long you've had it. it will also stop an asthma attack; take 2, 8oz glasses, fill one with cool to cold water the other with no more warm to hot water you can swallow in one gulp. in the hot water, put 1/8 to 1/4 level teaspoon of "cayenne powdered red pepper", mix very well, then pick up both glasses, down the hot water and red pepper in one gulp "quickly". as soon as you've done that, put the cold water into your mouth and rinse vigorously and swallow, repeat the rinse with cold water until your mouth is warm to hot, quit rinsing, fill your lungs with all the air they can hold, and hold your breath for as long as you can, then let the air "slowly out your "nose" repeat the breathing exercize 4 to 5 times, by the fifth time your pain will be gone!! if your eustacian tubes are plugged up they will open in a few minutes, and you'll feel your sinuses draining down yr throat, you'll need to blow yr nose because this will drain your sinuses. this will also give up to 32 hours of asthma relief as well as cleans your blood of impurities while you sleep.

Replied by Robin
(Warriors Mark, Pennsylvania)
11/17/2007
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well, i tried the above cayanne pepper remedy, and aside from leaving my throat feel like i just threw up, my ears feel a bit better! i go to boarding school, and the weekend before exams i ended up with an ear infection--so i went to the nurses, and they put me on a "Z Pack," a form of antibiotics. well THOSE didn't work, and now I can barely hear and am developing a sinus infection--way to go modern medicine! not. anyway, I had an herb garden this summer and produced a healthy amount of holy basil, yarrow, chamomile, lemon balm and feverfew. I took a small shot of yarrow tincture, and just to add to the effect, I did the cayanne pepper thing. we'll see how I feel tomorrow morning, but I definitely think it helped. Again, the only downside is that it leaves you feeling like you puked...my guess is, it's all that capsacin! thanks for the remedy!

Replied by Missy
(Sherwood, Arkansas)
09/07/2008
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I've had an ear infection for almost four weeks...and I've been to the doctor three times. I have had trouble keeping the auditory tubes open. I tried the cayenne pepper treatment listed on this site. I don't know how long it will keep the auditory tubes open, but it'll definitely drain the sinuses!

Replied by Paul
(Bloomington, In)
02/22/2010
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Had an ear infection due to clogged up sinus'. I got the ear infection to go away but not the mucus. I tried this cayenne cure and it somewhat worked. It did relieve a bit of the pressure and after a long nap did seem better but not completely gone.

Word to the wise, make sure you have some padding in your stomach like crackers, chips, bread as this cure burns both mouth and stomach. I had a hard time swishing the water as I was too concerned about the burning in my mouth. I did not follow this cure to the T so it might work better next time with practice.

Replied by Sara
(West Allis, Wi)
02/08/2011
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I tried this a year or two back when I had an inner ear infection with fluid in my ear due to a sinus infection. The doctor put me on antibiotics to clear up the infections, but I also did this cayenne pepper remedy. I felt it working on the first try, but I noticed more relief as I did it a couple more times. I would say after the 2nd or 3rd treatment, the fluid was almost completely gone and I could hear normally again. I have since bought stronger cayenne (the other stuff was old). It may not take as many treatments if you have some good quality cayenne.

Replied by Bess
(Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
02/16/2011

Thanks "S" for the link to the cayenne pepper Web site. I didn't realize it was good for so many things. I'm going to try taking 1/4 teaspoon in warm water (with a straw) to see if it will lower my blood pressure. Thanks again!

Replied by Stan
(Las Vegas,nv, Usa)
02/26/2011

I just did that pepper thing. The guy who said it makes you feel like you just puked was right. But, most of the pain is gone with my sinuses drained. I'll do it a couple of more times later and see what happens. I will update.


Cigarette or Newspaper

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Posted by Leah (Friendswood, Tx) on 08/31/2009
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Hi, well I dont know about cigarettes blown in the ear, but I do know for a FACT, that if you roll up a newspaper and place it in your ear like a torch, all the smoke that goes into your ear will place pressure and pop whatever it is in there. Its usually good for air in the ears or ear infection to relieve the pressure. I wouldnt call it a cure, but it does help alot, my mother did this to me when I was like 3 on up and its not painful, just dont make the point on the end that goes in your ear to pointy.


Cigarette or Newspaper
Posted by Rudy (Hollister, Ca) on 04/03/2007
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Remedy - Ear Ache: One time my sister in law had this bad ear ache I told her I could cure her with a cigarette,Of couse she thought I was making this up so she said no thanks. After crying for an hour she said yes I will try it. So I took 1/2 a cigarette with the filter on it, lit the other side and placed it in her ear while she laid down,she said she heard popping and air gush out of her ear. After 1 min I removed it and she was just astonished that her ear felt better. She is a beleiver now


Cigarette Smoke

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Posted by Charlee (Baltimore, Md) on 08/20/2014
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My husband told me to light a cigarette and put it in my ear because I had really bad pressure in it. I looked at him like he was crazy but I also looked up the ear candle that day and I said I'm NOT doing that so I lit a cigarette and put it in my ear and I couldn't believe, it was still smoking itself ( being fire safe)!!! Anyways I could actually feel the smoke in my ear and it popped and I did it again a few hours later and I have no pain! It does work!

Replied by Marsh57
(Co)
06/09/2020

It's the same theory as candle waxing. These days a 1/2 cigarette is probably much cheaper!


Cigarette Smoke
Posted by Cnitzken (Louisville, Ky) on 05/02/2012
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Cig smoke in ear works. I have been dying in pain for 6 days with antibiotic drops with steroids. Went to class I teach and students told me of this. I let them do it - I am a smoker - and ALAS. Pain gone. Thank God



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