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Earache and the Bengay, Cotton Swabs cure

Reference #: 743
Submit Date: 07 Jul 2006
Browse Category: earache
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Treatment used: bengay, cotton swabs
You can buy this remedy at: drug store
Remedy will cost you: unknown
Country of Remedy: USA
Remedy Source: Studnet International Home Remedy Project
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Remedy Description

#1 Take a cotton swab and smear a small amount of Bengay on it and stick

it in the aching ear. (get the oderless kind, it just smells better)

Change to a new swab of it every 15-20 minutes. This remedy works great!

It is an instant pain killer.

#2 Garlic, Apple Cider Vinegar, Honey, Eye Dropper, Warm Towel or Pad

#3If you don't have Bengay then the next best miracle is garlic, apple

cider vinegar and honey. Cut 2-3 cloves of garlic(fresh)into a bowl. Slice

it in half real good so the juice comes out. Pour in about a teaspoon and

a half of vinegar and melt in a little honey, not a lot(can heat it up

warm if you prefer). Get an eye dropper and make sure you stir the

substance up real good. Take that eye dropper and suck up a little

solution at a time and put it in the ear. Let it sit for about a few

seconds and drain it out. After draining it a few times the ear should

draw out and reduce the pain. Add a warm to mildly hot pad or towel.

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