What Is Ear Coning & How Does It Work?
Ear coning, also known as ear candling, is a therapy that dates back to 2500 BC. It involves the use of a hollow cloth “candle” which is coated with beeswax. The tapered end of the candle is gently placed in the opening of the client’s ear canal forming a seal, while the other end is lit creating a small flame. The ear and surrounding area is covered to protect from falling ash. Warm smoke travels down into the ear canal, and warms the pores. The smoke softens the wax inside the ear and, due to lack of air, creates a “vacuum”. This draws impurities such as wax, yeast, and dried skin out of the ear and into the candle.
What Are The Benefits Of Ear Coning?
Clients have experienced the following from an ear coning session:
- Sinus pressure release
- Relief of a sore throat
- Wax, yeast and dust removal
- Ear aches relief
- Allergies relief
- Stimulated energy points in the ears
- Relief of swimmer’s ear
- Help with equilibrium problems
- Some hearing impairment restoration
- Stimulation of the lymph nodes
- Headache and migraine relief
- Relief of ringing-in-the-ears
- Relief from pressure discomfort (Air travel; High altitude)
Ear coning is a completely safe, relaxing, and non-invasive remedy for relieving sinus pressure, fighting infection, and gently removing toxins and excess wax from inside the ears.
Source: www.healthline.com, www.colonics4life.com, www.earconing.com