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The ancient procedure for gently removing excess wax and toxins from inside ears. Also known as ear coning.

How Does the Process Work?

Long, tapered cones are inserted into the ears and lit. The herbal smoke which is generated, works to draw debris out of the ear by osmosis. The entire process is relaxing and non-invasive.

As the cone burns, smoke moves the debris out of the ear. Osmosis (the diffusion through a semi-permeable membrane: i.e. skin) plays an important role at the smoke soothes the sinus and nasal cavities.

Excess ear wax is moved through the ear canal into the cone. This is a very gentle and non-invasive process.

What Will Come Out of My Ears?

Most people think that all they have in their ears is ear wax. However, most difficulties are due to substances other than wax. If you have a history of prescription drugs and/or poor diet, you will have large amount of a powdery substance emerge.

What comes out of your ears is determined by your external and internal environment.

What Are the Cones made of?

The cones are made of strips of paraffin, extracts, oils and/or herbs. They look much like cotton candy cones.

What Can I Expect During and After The Session?

If you have excessive hearing loss, you might be more aware of the candle heat than an average hearing person as your feeling senses are more developed than a regular hearing person. Since we leave 4 to 6 inches of candle left unburned, you have nothing to fear from the heat or flame.

Most people are aware of some cracking and popping as the candle is burned and the ear wax is being pulled out. Relax and enjoy the soothing influence of the experience.

After the session you may feel lightness in your head and noises may appear to be louder.

You might find your sinuses are draining and sinus headaches may decrease.

Many people experience an improvement in hearing and a wider perception of tones. However, if you have a hearing loss due to bone loss or nerve damage, you may notice no improvement in your hearing.

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