Why Ear Candles?

We have carried out extensive research to provide high quality ear and navel candles, which are not only made from natural ingredients, but are also available at superb prices. At Hopi-Place, we are trained Hopi Ear Candling Practitioners, so if you are trying ear candles for the first time or would like assistance prior to making a purchase, we are happy to help.

So what are the benefits?

Hopi ear candling is a non-evasive method and is often used, not only to relieve a variety of symptoms, but also to relieve stress and tension in a similar way to other beauty treatments.

  • Reduces headaches/migraines
  • Help reduces earaches
  • Help reduce wax build up
  • Improves hearing issues
  • Reduces ringing in the ears
  • Relieves sinusitis/catarrh
  • Reduces Inflammation
  • Relieves cold symptons
  • Improves sleeping patterns
  • Can help with travel sickness
  • Balancing ear pressure
  • Help with Rhinitis relief
  • Relieves Meniere’s disease

A Brief History of Hopi Ear Candles

It is believed that ear candling was practiced by many ancient civilisations including the Aztecs, Greeks, Romans and Aborigines.  The ancient Egyptians used reeds from the Nile coated with wax, packing mud around the ears to form a seal.  Hollow twigs or cones made from glazed clay were also used to carry herbs or incense into the ears.  It is generally accepted that the ear candling procedure was used not only for cleansing the ear canal but also for spiritual purification before initiation rites and rituals.  There is a famous ancient rock painting in the Grand Canyon depicting ear candles, denoting them as of great importance in initiation rituals and cleansing, spiritual and healing

Ear candling was also widely practiced in more recently in Italy, Spain, Romania and Asia using materials such as rolled tobacco leaves and waxed cloth or paper.  These methods are still in use in some areas.

Hopi ear candling is a very relaxing treatment which has increased in popularity in the west over recent years. There are more people training to become Hopi Ear Candling Practitioners and many more people trying the concept for the first time.

Many people prefer to use this non-evasive method rather than using potentially harmful items such as cotton buds which can cause irreparable damage to the ear canal if poked in further than the opening of the ear canal.

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