Natural Tinnitus Cures

During the time I spent studying tinnitus and all the related data surrounding it, I have discovered one very surprising fact: medical science, with all its amazing advances and discoveries, has yet to find a reliable and conventional treatment for tinnitus. Moreover, almost all the lasting treatments for tinnitus have been shown to have homeopathic or herbal roots.

Yes, that’s perfectly true. And maybe that’s the reason why natural tinnitus cures are dominating the search engines when it comes to treatments for tinnitus. There are a lot of home remedies and herbal cures for this ear-ringing problem, and I’m going to share some of these with you.

Apple Cider Vinegar – A lot of tinnitus sufferers report that a concoction of apple cider vinegar mixed with water can work wonders. The ratio is usually 1 part apple cider vinegar to 4 parts of water, although some people say that it works better when mixed with honey instead of water.  This stuff tastes horrible, though, so try to microwave the vinegar-honey mixture for 1 minute to make it more palatable.

Breast Milk – Believe it or not, breast milk has been reported to work for some people. During my research, I’ve read about six people at least who have tried breast milk for curing tinnitus, and they say it never came back after that. If you want to try this, the best way to go about it would be to get some fresh breast milk and put a few drops into your ear regularly for at least five to six days.

Acupuncture – This ancient Chinese remedy for a lot of ills might be able to work its magic on tinnitus, as well. A few people have shared their experiences with tinnitus, and how it “magically disappeared” after a few sessions with an acupuncturist. If you do decide on trying this remedy, make sure first that the acupuncturist you’re going to visit is duly recognized or licensed to perform this treatment.

Chamomile Tea – Drinking chamomile tea for at least two times a day can reduce or even totally make tinnitus disappear, according to some people who have tried this home remedy. Some physicians say that people who suffer from stress and high blood pressure are more prone to tinnitus. Drinking chamomile tea relaxes you and helps you go to sleep, so this may be the reason why it works.

Ginkgo – This herb already enjoys a reputation among enthusiasts of homeopathic remedies as one of the most effective herbs to cure all sorts of ailments, from memory loss to lowering your cholesterol levels to eye problems. Tinnitus sufferers who have tried using ginkgo say that the buzzing in their ears disappears after a day or two of taking ginkgo. The herb is available either as tea or in capsules.

Changing Your Diet – Doctors say that it does no harm at all to try this “remedy”, since not only might it cure tinnitus, but it can also improve your overall health as well. Try redoing your diet to something that is lighter on salt, saturated fats, and sugar. This diet can also help lower your high blood pressure, so it does have some solid basis, after all.

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Richard Esparza January 20, 2011 at 1:57 am

How many times a day do I drink this for tinnitus? Also the recipe is 1 tablespoon of acv to 1 teaspoon of honey and 4 tablespoons of water?

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