How Does The Process Work?
The patient is lying on the opposite side of the ear being candled. A long, tapered, hollow candle/cone is inserted into the ear and lit. The waxy, tacky smoke generated by the candle/cone spirals down into the eustachian tube, creates a vacuum, and then returns the toxins, which adhere to the cone. The entire process is relaxing and noninvasive.
How Can I Benefit?
Candling starts a cleansing process which might have a variety of results. Some known benefits of candling include: increased hearing, drained sinuses, decreased sinus pressure, decreased sinus headaches, the removal of ear debris from nerve endings, the removal of ear wax, the detoxification of the sinus and lymph system, sharpened mental functions, improved vision, heightened sense of smell, increased sense of taste, and improved perception of color.