Ear Candle Information

Everything You Need to Know About Ear Cones and Candling



Does it hurt?

Ear candling is a painless, harmless and totally relaxing experience. If it weren’t for the crackling and hissing sounds that occur from the burning of the waste deposits, you would never know anything was happening to your ear.


How much ear wax is healthy amount?

Ear wax is useful to our bodies as it repels water and prevents your ear from getting infected. However, while most of it usually dries up and is gradually expelled from the ear, it sometimes accumulates.

Why is Propolis added to your ear candles?In our products, Propolis is added to the blend of beeswax in the candle as its properties are able to bind with the effectiveness of the candling process to provide even better results. But don’t worry – it’s completely safe! In fact, the Egyptians have been using Propolis as a natural cleanser since ancient times.

What does Propolis do inside the ear? When the ear candle is lit, the vapours from the Propolis fill your ear canal and help to clean out the accumulated wax.

USEFUL ADVICE – Both ears should be treated, one after the other.

Some top tips to keep in mind for a smooth experience…

Have a glass of water nearby so you can easily and safely put out the candle when you are finished the treatment.

When you are placing the lit candle into your ear, pull your ear lobe slightly so that the candle is able to fit comfortable into the canal.

After the treatment you may wish to unroll the remaining candle to expose any waste material that has gathered on the filter.

The ancient history of ear cones…

Back when ancient cultures began using this method of cleaning their ears, it was described merely as ‘coning.’ They used pottery clay to create cone shaped instruments with a double helix carved on the inside, which created a downward spiral of energy flow when combined with the heated air and smoke. This helix would also carry the burning herbs down into the ear canal. The smoke and heat then cleaned the canal by pulling all wax and other debris out as the air was burned out the canal.

This traditional method was used throughout Egypt, India, Tibet and China, and throughout the Mayan, American Indian and Aztec cultures. Historical study dates this remedy back to Lemuria and Atlantic, meaning that they have been used all around the world to much success for hundreds of years. Many of these cultures considered ear coning a spiritual practice of sorts, as they believed it cleared the mind and the senses as well as the canals themselves. The belief was that it cleared the mind and body, allowing them to meditate and open up your sensitivity as best as possible. Many cultures still use ear coning today, with materials varying from rolled up newspaper soaked in wax to pottery cones.

Nowadays, due to health regulations, disposable candles are best used for ear coning. The candles are made from strips of unbleached cotton or linen dipped in Paraffin, beeswax and herbs. The spiral roll that is built into the candles provides the same effect as the ones used in ancient times. In many cultures across the world, including Germany where ear candling is taught as a remedy, this method is the remedy of choice for people suffering with fungus growth, candida, ear aches, ear infections and similar issues.

So why might you want to try ear candling? Well, for starters, a build-up of ear wax is quite common and can muffle hearing for many people. Allergies, yeast and wax that is regularly removed from the ear canal can restore ideal haring, relieve any tension or pressure that may have built up or relieve other symptoms that you may not realise are connected to your ear condition at the time. The removal of excessive ear wax usually allows for better hearing immediately.

Mould and yeast allergies such as candida, ear aches, the growth of parasites and bacteria can all be relieved using ear candling.  The moist warm dark conditions in the ear cause fast growth of many organisms, If excess ear wax blocks the ear it can cause pressure build-up from various organisms.

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For safety reasons we recommend you do not use ear candles alone. It is best done by a second person. This will also help you enjoy a relaxing experience.

Do not use ear candles if you suffer from acute or chronic diseases. Please consult an appropriate therapist if you are at all unsure about an ear candling treatment. Do not candle your ears if you have a perforated eardrum or tympanostomy tube implants. The same applies to all kinds of inflammations of the ear or skin diseases in or around the ear.

Very occasionally allergic reactions to the ingredients are reported. This may be in the form of spontaneous itchiness and can be relieved with suitable eardrops.

The application of ear candles is at your own risk and responsibility. If you follow the instructions carefully the treatment will be simple.