How to use traditional hopi ear candles    
 
The history of Hopi Ear Candles
 
There are many different stories surrounding ear candling and it's origins, but whether it was ever used in ancient times the way it is today is unknown. Some people claim it was used in ancient China, Tibet and India. It is generally believed it was used in some form, probably ceremonially in Egyptian, Mayan, Aztec and North American cultures.
 
Although it is allegedly based on an ancient practice, ear candling has been described as a modern fad. This being said there are stories told by people who were children in the early part of the 20th century in America's Midwest. These describe an ear treatment that involved rolling a newspaper into a cone, placing into the ear and igniting the paper. The paper often had some kind of wax coating, but one account even tells of neat parafin being soaked into the end of the newspaper. Similar stories can also be found in south America. These methods fell into disuse as the century progressed with the advent of modern medicine.
Hopi Ear Candle treatment
 

What are Ear Candles used for?

Please take the following precautions before using an Hopi ear candle and follow the simple instructions below:
It is advisable not to use Ear Candles if;

Grommets are in place
If there is inflammation or infection
In the event of an allergic reaction to the contents.

If you have any problems with your ears or any concerns please see your Healthcare Professional.

All of our Indian Brand Traditional Ear Candles are supplied by Ancient wisdom and come with a hopi Candle Information sheet

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