Natural Remedies in Ear Disorders

In all seasons of the year and especially in cold seasons, various ear disorders such as otitis, labyrinthitis, mumps, tinnitus, Ménière syndrome, otosclerosis, ear wax or even deafness occur with increased frequency. Phytotherapy recommends a variety of remedies that help restore ear health.

External otitis is a congestive or suppurative, acute or chronic inflammation of the auditory external skin caused by ear auricular ejaculation caused by eyelid irritation with various hard objects (matches, toothpicks, clips, etc.) that cause eczema and boils or the penetration of foreign bodies or irritants.

Otitis media is an acute or chronic inflammation of the tympanum caused by infections with streptococci and staphylococci frequently originating from the nose and throat.

Labyrinthitis is an inflammation of the labyrinth in the inner ear due to chronic infections in the middle ear and mastoid.

Parotiditis, also called “childhood disease,” is a highly contagious infection caused by the airborne urine virus after prolonged or repeated contact with the sources of infection.

Tinnitus are real hearing sensations in the absence of any vibration in the ambient air, but only perceived by the sick. It manifests in the form of whistles, whistles, musical orchestras, ocean whistles, hammering or bells.

Ménière’s syndrome is manifested by sudden sudden dizziness, migraines, vertigo, gradual hearing loss, tiredness for hours or even a day or two, static imbalance that requires wall support (sometimes the patient falls), nausea, vomiting , pale, cold sweat, palpitations, fear, anxiety and deep anxiety.

Otosclerosis is the process of progressive ossification of the labyrinth. It starts at the joint between the foot’s foot and the oval window blocking the sound transducer.

Deafness (hearing loss) is a neurosensory disease in the ear that consists of a decrease in hearing acuity due to a deterioration in the functioning of the auditory nerve, more often in women.

Ear wax, known as cerumen, is formed by the accumulation, in the external auditory conductor, of a quantity of cerumenal glands secretion. It has the role of protecting the eardrum against various impurities and dust from the outside.

Phytotherapeutic treatments

For otitis and labyrinth, the most useful are plants with vasodilating and anti-inflammatory properties applied in external use:

– Infusion mixed with marigold, chamomile, red clover and muzzle, sage leaves and roots (in equal parts); take a spoonful of 250 ml of boiling water, infuse, and make a warm wash in the ear, then dry the liquid in your ear;

– Instillation on the auditory duct with chamomile oil (3 drops), basil oil (3 drops) or thyme oil (3 drops) repeated three times a day;

– thyme oil, chamomile, hemp and garlic in the ears (3 drops at two-day intervals or cotton wool);

– warm compresses on the diseased ear with 250 ml boiled white wine with a spoonful of fresh herb of rosemary;

– hot salami infusions of sage, chamomile, basil, dill, red clover and muzzle, twice a day (recipe of the author).

For mumps:

– compresses and cataplasma with porridge or roasted potatoes, marinated cabbage leaves, sour cabbage and Swedish bitter on the Parotid region;

– Massages with marigold ointment and marigold oil, mite, mites, knotweed and candlestick in lymphatic, maxillo-temporal, tonsil areas are performed several time

Apitherapy recommendations

In Otitis:

– 5% alcoholic propolis solution, of which 10 drops in the auditory conductor, three times a day;

– a gauze dressing moistened in 10% alcoholic propolis solution and inserted into the hearing conductor at bedtime in a treatment that lasts for two weeks;

– 20% Propolis Alloy put on a little wool to lubricate the conductor twice a day;

– Propolis tincture 10% used internally, 30 drops 3 times a day.

In otosclerosis and deafness:

– Propolis, 30-40% alcoholic solution, mixed with olive oil or corn, in a ratio of ¼; shake well and insert into the ear by soaking a gauze swab in children older than 5 years.

The Diet

In otitis and labyrinth:

– A rich juice, raw, cereal, vegetable and fruit cake and green barley juice (50 ml three times a day) is recommended with vitamin B supplementation.

In case of mumps:

– a sparing consumption with semisolid preparations is foreseen, as mastication is painful. Increased amounts of lean meat, fruits and vegetables rich in natural vitamins are indicated. It will reduce the diet with concentrated fats and sweets because the disease also affects the pancreas.

In case of tinnitus:

– copious meals are avoided. Eat more vegetables (onion, garlic, parsley) and fruits (apricots, apples, peaches, peanuts). Forbidden: animal fats, canned fish, salted fish, alcohols. Salt consumption is minimized.

In Ménière Syndrome:

– eating more fruits and vegetables is recommended. Avoid toxic and exciting foods (coffee, chocolate, black tea, tobacco). It also drastically reduces animal fat, cholesterol-rich eggs, salt and excess water.

For otosclerosis and deafness:

– a healthy diet with lots of whole grains, fruits, vegetables and small quantities of refined sugar and salt is effective;

– In order to slow the hearing loss process in advanced ages, it is necessary to keep the arteries and the auditory nerves in good condition by consuming antioxidant and magnesium supplements for two weeks after the lesion.

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