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Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears)
If the bells are ringing.. .and ringing.. .and ringing-you may have tinnitus.
Tinnitus , from the Latin word "tinnire," meaning to ring or tinkle like a bell, is a hearing ailment that affects over 35 million Americans. Most often, it affects people over the age of 40, but it is now being seen more frequently in young people who are exposed to loud, amplified music.
NOTE: Although most tinnitus sufferers hear bells, others may hear clicking, hissing, roaring or whistling.
The exact cause of tinnitus in unknown, but may be brought on by noise-induced hearing loss, wax build-up, ear infection, jaw misalignment and even cardiovascular disease.
Ringing in the ears may also be the result of a mild overdose of salicylate, which is found in aspirin and other drugs. If this is what's causing the ringing, it should stop when the drug is discontinued.
Dose: Put 2 drops of onion juice in your ears, three times a week, to stop the ringing.
WARNING: If ringing persists, it might be a sign of a more serious illness, in which case you should seek medical attention.
Try 3 or 4 drops a day in each ear. To get the full benefit from the castor oil, plug the ear with cotton once you've put in the drops, and keep it there overnight.
Mix It Up
Once the jar is dry; pour the garlic and oil mixture into the jar, put the cover on and refrigerate it for seven days. Then strain the liquid from the jar into a clean eyedropper bottle.
At bedtime, take the chill out of a small amount of the liquid, then put 3 drops in each ear and plug the ears with cotton balls. Remove the cotton in the morning. Chances are, if the ringing is going to stop at all, it will do so within two weeks.
Always keep this preparation refrigerated, and do not keep it longer than a month.
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