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Natural, Herbal Home Remedies for the Treatment of Earache

Here are Some of the Common Herbal Home Remedies for Curing Earache:

Marigold Flower Leaves - Take out the juice of marigold flower's leaves, Heat it to make it lukewarm. You may put 2-3 drops of this juice in your ear daily, till you feel some relief.

Garlic Pad - Boil 3-4 cloves of Garlic in some water. Mash them and add a pinch of salt. Wrap this poultice in a woolen cloth and place it on the aching ear. It will provide a soothing effect.

Radish Leaves - Take radish leaves and put them in 25 g of mustard oil and cook it slowly. Boil them as much as to evaporate all the watery content of the leaves. Cool it down, strain and put it in a clean bottle. First of all, dip a cotton bud in this oil and clean your ears with it. Then drop a few drops of this oil in your ear which is paining.

Rest - Rest, let your energy to fight the infection.

Try a Liquid Pillow - A hot water bottle wrapped in a towel also makes a comforting pillow for an aching ear. If you get a lot of earaches and need something more portable, you can invest in a mini hot water bottle that's made to fit directly over the ear, he says.

Holy Basil - Grind a few Holy basil leaves and extract some juice. Apply 2 drops inside the ear.

Try Chewing Bubble Gum and Do Yawning - If you are suffering from earache due to altitude change, then you may try chew a bubble gum or yawning to relieve the pain.

Ginger Juice and Honey - Mix honey in the ginger juice with salt. Heat it a little and put two drops in the affected ear.

Garlic Cloves - Heat 2 garlic cloves (skin removed) in two spoons of mustard oil till the garlic starts turning black. Sieve and put 2-3 drops of this oil in the ear.


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