It would be a huge understatement to say I had ear infection when I was little. I was deaf for part of my childhood so I could not hear when I was in kindergarten because my ear infections were chronic and severe.
One day, my parents discovered this, leading to eventually surgery to have tubes placed in my ears and accelerated amounts of antibiotics. I totally remember it. The taste of the antibiotic, the pain, the ear drops and the surgery. As I got older, the tubes fell out and I remember that all.
Until I started working at a pool, I didn’t have ear pain, but the memory of that pain, scared me.
In South Korea I saw a doctor that showed me my eardrums using a video scope. Mine is graced with crescent moon scar tissue unlike my children’s eardrums. The doctor explained it was caused from ear infection that I suffered from when I was young, but I think that the surgery also played a great part.
If my children have ear pain, I don’t want them to suffer like I did, so I will use this right away.
Salt Sock Remedy
You will need:
- A cup of seal salt
– Cotton sock
1.Put the salt into the sock and then tie it closed.
2.On the stove over medium heat, warm a skillet
3.Put the sock in a pan and then heat it up for 4-6min. Let it heats evenly by shaking it around.
4.When it is warm to the touch, the sock is done.
5.Put the sock on your ear.
It works for children and adults alike. Make sure it is not too hot when you applying it to the ear of a kid.
The sea salt will health the infection, draw out the toxins and the heat of the salt sock will relieve the pain. The moisture from the ear will be also healed from the ear because the warm salt represents an antiseptic.
You can use the salt sock until it discolors.
This powerful procedure is absolutely effective and cheap. Many people have found this remedy soothing comfort and relief, so do not hesitate to try if you have ear problem. Please share the article with your friends and family, they may find it extremely beneficial and useful.
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