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Over the centuries, ear candles have taken many forms, including
hollowed-out sticks, and rolled up
newspapers coated with wax. Some societies use a variation of candling,
whereby herbed smoke is
simply blown into the ears. Most ear candles sold today are produced in
modern facilities, under
controlled hygienic conditions, with medically safe components.
|Combat colds with echinacea|
When you feel a cold coming on, take up to a teaspoon of echinacea tincture in a little warm water or juice every three to four hours. Drink plenty of clear fluids (try elderberry tea), get lots of rest, and reduce your intake of sugar and dairy products. Echinacea may reduce the severity and duration of colds and flu.