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DUTCHMAN'S GOLD BEESWAX CONE CANDLES 4 PCS PACK

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Ear candling is a practice in which a hollow candle is inserted into the external auditory canal and lit, with the patient lying on the opposite ear. In theory, the combination of heat and suction is supposed to remove earwax.

Ear candling, or “coning,” is an alternative remedy that some people use to draw out impurities and wax from the inner ear.

DUTCHMAN'S GOLD BEESWAX CONE CANDLES 4 PCS PACK

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Ear candles are typically about 10 inches long, hollow, and tapered. A person lights them at their widest end. They are usually made of fabric soaked in wax or a mixture of substances, often paraffin and beeswax. To perform ear candling, a person will lie on their side and insert a candle into the ear. Usually, a square or circle made of paper, tin foil, or plastic acts as a cover to prevent hot wax from dripping onto the face, neck, or hair. Once the candle and covering are secure, a person will light the candle for 10–20 minutes. Wax does not go into the ear during this process. Other names for ear candling include: Ear or auricular coning Thermal- or thermo-auricular therapy Candle or coning therapy

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