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Ear Pain - Get instant relief much quicker than pills, antibiotics, this salt thing is a miracle.

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Published on Nov 15, 2012

EAR PAIN - Home remedy acts much quicker than pills & antibiotics - this salt thing is a miracle. - (गोलियों, एंटीबायोटिक दवाओं से बहुत तेज कान दर्द से तत्काल राहत प्राप्त करें) Last night my girl child was crying with ear pain. After observing her for half an hour I decided to take her to a hospital but again decided to test this home remedy on her as told by my grandmother. I found this as a home remedy last night which worked for my child. Cook 4 to 5 spoons of salt until brown, put in cloth and hold to ear (blocking out air with salt in towel over ear opening). Careful! Salt is very hot! Put it to the ear opening for a minute. Repeat this 10 to 15 times. My child went back to sleep and pain free for the whole night & she went to school the next day without complaining about her ear.
This salt thing is a miracle! Nothing in the ear means no harm and nothing but relief. Try it! Test yourself if you have any ear pain. Much quicker than pills. BUT REMEMBER IF IT DOESN'T WORK CONSULT A DOCTOR BECAUSE FOREIGN BODY MAY ENTER THE EAR WHICH WILL NEED URGENT MEDICAL TREATMENT. If ear pain does not decrease using this technique then take around 3-4 nos. of fresh garlic & heat it slightly & take the garlic juice out by crushing the warm garlic & pour 2 drops of warm (not too hot) garlic juice into the ear suffering from pain to get instant relief from ear pain. For ear pain suffering from fungus apply onion juice into the ear to get relieve instantly.

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