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Comforting Herbal Oil Drops to Support Healthy Ears
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The ears are open to the outer world and can be affected by the elements. Administering warm herbal oil to the ears is an excellent way to support healthy ears.
Also called karna pratisaranam, this ancient and simple daily practice supports the sense of hearing, cleanses and moisturizes the tissues of the ear, and helps balance all doshas, particularly vata.
The ears are closely related to vata, and lubricating the ears with this warm herbal blend is especially calming and grounding to vata. A go-to for parents, Ear Oil is made entirely of organic, all natural herbs and oils and is a welcome addition to a supportive daily routine.
Ear Oil can also be used occasionally in karna purana, or the practice of filling the ears with warm oil, which can be especially beneficial when excess vata is present.
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Sesame Oil+, Olive Oil+, Bilva+, Ashwagandha+, Calamus+, Ajamoda+, Garlic+.
This item contains no animal products and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
WARNING: All oils make surfaces slippery and can be combustible. Use caution when drying or storing linens exposed to oils as they are potentially combustible when exposed to heat. Consult your dryer manufacturer’s guidelines for drying linens that have been in contact with oils.
Warm oil to body temperature. For daily support, tilt head, place 1–2 drops in ear, and gently massage outside ear. For an occasional, more grounding effect, apply 3–6 drops and rest with head tilted for 10 minutes.
Consult a practitioner prior to use if there is pain or infection; do not use in perforated eardrum.
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