One of the most effective natural ear treatments on the market, our ear drops relieve pressure and eliminate excessive fluids which cause painful earaches and sleeplessness in infants, children and adults. Containing a unique blend of natural anti-inflammatory herbs and essential oils, these drops cleanse the ear and produce an antibacterial wall. This product also contains organic goldenseal root, a natural antibiotic, as well as echinacea, which strengthens the immune system. A chemical-free remedy, these drops help maintain dryness in the ear, with the added benefit of avoiding traditional antibiotics.
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Echinacea 30C, Ilex aquifolium 30C, Pulsatilla 30C, Lycopodium 30C
~Temporarily relieves the symptoms of pain, throbbing, and irritability, associated with earache.
1. Tilt head sideways.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, acute otitis media (AOM) is the most common infection for which antibiotics are prescribed to children in the United States. A 10-day course of antibiotics, typically amoxicillin, is used as a first-line treatment for middle ear infections. Another approach involves “watchful waiting,” which is a period of observation to determine whether symptoms subside on their own, or if antibiotics are necessary after the 48-72 hour mark. Subsequent to the observation period, during a follow-up visit, the physician determines whether or not antibiotics will be prescribed. Before a waiting period is considered acceptable, the physician will typically take into account the age of the child, severity of the symptoms, etc. At this time, patients may still experience distressing symptoms, including ear pain. Marie’s Original Ear Drops can help provide welcomed relief from uncomfortable earaches and ease minor ear pain.
Keep away from eyes. Earache drops are only to be used in the ear. Tip of applicator should never enter the ear canal. Ask a doctor before using if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Seek qualified medical attention if:
Keep out of the reach of children. In case of accidental overdose, contact a medical professional or poison control center immediately.