The practice of this ancient, gentle and natural therapy, originating in Asia, was also used by Indians in all the Americas.
In modern times, tthe North American Hopis and Cherokees, as well as Mexican Indians, are still using candle therapy to heal. Through the Hopis, a people who were distinguished by their extensive knowledge of many healing methods and their great spiritual maturity, knowledge of candle therapy reached Europe.
THERAPEUTIC HERB CANDLE STRUCTURE
The therapeutic herb candle is shaped like a tube. Its length and diameter are tailored to the size of the ear opening and necessary burning time. The candles are made according to traditional Indian recipes. They are hand-made of linen fiber, selected honey extract and wax. Their most important medicinal ingredients are essential oils and powdered herbs, in an amount and composition chosen according to Indian tradition. Naturally growing herbs are used in their production; continuous quality control precludes the possibility of radioactive contamination.
What’s Needed for the Treatment?
1. Two Hopi herb candles.
2. A covering for the head, with an opening for the ear.
3. Cotton swabs, to clean the ears.
4. Matches or an ordinary burning candle.
5. A glass of water.
7. A small pillow.
8. A towel.
9. Cotton balls to plug the ears after the treatment.
The original candle treatment for the ear has been used successfully for years in many countries. The treatment procedure is simple and should be done in a quiet and relaxed setting.
– gentle removal of excessive wax
– ear or sinus irritations
– soothing effect in cases of irritability or stress
– buzzing, ringing in the ears
– energy stimulation for headaches, migraines and sinus infections, as well as stuffy nose
– circulation disorders in the ear
– local activation of the lymph and metabolic processes
– stimulation of energy – circulation of energy currents
– allergies to bee products
– persons with open cuts and wounds in the ear
– those with effusion from the ear