How To Use Garlic For Ear Infection

Apparently If You Put Garlic In Your Ear Overnight, THIS Happens!

An ear infection occurs when a bacterial or viral infection affects the middle ear—the sections of your ear just behind the eardrum. Ear infections can be painful because of inflammation and fluid build up in the middle ear. For instance, a common cold can lead to a build-up of mucus in the middle ear and causes the Eustachian tube (a thin tube that runs from the middle ear to the back of the nose) to become swollen or blocked.

Earache and diminished hearing are the main symptoms and they can occur in one or both ears.

Hearing problems can occur due to chronic ear infection and long term problems related to ear infections.

Ear infection happens most commonly to children and those who are younger than six months are have fever or ear infection should definitely see a doctor. If your child has a fever higher than 102 degrees or severe ear pain, always seek medical attention.


Method 1:

We all know that garlic is the most potent natural remedy that heals numerous health conditions, so an ear infection is not an exception. Due to its natural pain relieving properties garlic can destroy pathogens which makes it the perfect solution for an ear infection.

The moment you feel a symptom of an ear infection, you should insert a clove of garlic into your ear.. Make sure the garlic you use is not broken, or the juice can sting, burn or irritate the skin. Allow it to stay for at least a few hours. Within about 15 minutes or less, the pain of the ear infection will be greatly reduced – if not gone completely.

Method 2:

Take 2 garlic cloves and cook them in 2 tablespoons of sesame oil. Once cooked, strain the solution when it turns into a blackish. When it is bearably hot, place two to four drops on the infected ear.

Method 3:

Take 2-3 fresh garlic cloves and boil the in water for 5 minutesw. Crush them and add some salt. Once the mixture is done, pou

r it in a clean cloth and place it against the affected ear.




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