Ear Candling 30mins €25
How is Ear Candling Done?
Ear candling requires the use of ear candles. Ear candles are made of cotton or linen that's wound into a cone shape, soaked in wax, and then allowed to harden. This hollow candle is inserted through a hole in a plate specially designed to collect wax, and placed into the external ear canal. The candle is lit at the opposite end.
Proponents of ear candling claim that this creates a low-level vacuum that draws ear wax and other debris out of the ear and into the hollow candle. After the procedure, a dark, waxy substance is usually left in the stub of the candle.
Ear candling is a good example of how a simple, natural therapy, may be used to effectively solve many ear problems.
What to expect during and after an Ear Candling session.
During the ear candling session you lie on your side with your body in a straight alignment. A special conical candle is inserted into a protective plate... The candle is lit and slowly begins to burn. The small tapered end of the candle is gently placed into your ear canal. The ear candle — by its shape, design and length — draws ear wax and fungus deposits from deep inside your ear canal.
As the ear candling session progresses, extracted ear wax and fungus will be burned off, but a majority will be collected in the bottom part of the candle. After the candle has burned down and been extinguished, the therapist may cut open the remnant and show you any remaining unburnt contents of your ear canal.
Most people cannot believe what has been collected... Expect to be amazed!
Conditions that may benefit from Ear Candling:
• Headaches • Ringing in the Ears • Migraines • Ear Infections • Plugged Ears • Chronic Sinusitis • TMJ Dysfunction
• Hearing Challenges • Imbalance • Excessive Wax • Inner Ear Pressure • Ear Aches & Pain