Ear Candling


Ear Candling/Ear Coning is an ear cleaning technique that has been practiced since ancient times by civilizations such as the Aztecs, Incas, Mayans, and Native Americans. A long cone or funnel of cotton muslin, which has been soaked in paraffin or bees wax and various herbs, fits into the ear of the person lying on their side. The spiral of the cone causes the smoke to be pulled down into the ear canal, warming and loosening the wax and dirt inside. As it heats up, the candle causes suction by creating a vacuum in the ear canal. Air is drawn up the Eustachian tube into the inner ear and then through the porous membrane into the outer ear. As it burns down you will hear a lot of cracking and hissing which is the process of removing the wax and dirt. Ear Oil placed in the ear after candling with cotton to cover will protect from further infections from bacteria, yeast, etc.


- Relieves sinus pressure and pain
- Cleanses the ear canal
- Improves hearing
- Assists in lymphatic circulation
- Regulates pressure
- Helps swimmers ear & other ear infections
- Relieves earaches
- Stops tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
- Helps TMJ ( Temporomandibular joint dysfunction) pain and stiffness
- Relieves vertigo
- Clears the eyes
- Purifies the blood
- Acts as an anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, or antibiotic
- Reduces stress and tension
- Aids sinusitis
- Releases blocked energy