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Apple Cider For Ear Infection

Ear infections are caused by bacteria, viruses, and even fungi getting trapped in the middle or outer ear. Children are more likely to get ear infections than adults.

More commonly, a cold, flu, allergies, or smoking may be the catalyst for a middle ear infection. Getting water in your ear canal, as from swimming, may contribute to outer ear infections.

Ear infection symptoms

In Children Include:

  • earache
  • inflammation
  • pain and tenderness
  • fussiness
  • vomiting
  • decreased hearing
  • fever

In Adults:

Apple cider vinegar warm water gargle

Apple cider vinegar can also be gargled to help symptoms that may come along with ear infections. It’s not as directly effective as ear drops but might be of extra help, especially for a cold, the flu, and upper respiratory infections.

Mix equal parts apple cider vinegar with warm water. Gargle with this solution for about 30 seconds two to three times per day to help with ear infections or their symptoms.

Apple cider vinegar with rubbing alcohol ear drops

This recipe is identical to the one above except it involves rubbing alcohol instead of warm water.

Rubbing alcohol is both antimicrobial and antibacterial. Do not use this method if you have drainage from your ear or think you may have a middle ear infection. Also, do not continue with this mixture if you have any stinging or discomfort when using these drops.

  • Mix equal parts apple cider vinegar with rubbing alcohol (isopropyl alcohol).
  • Apply 5 to 10 drops in each affected ear using a clean dropper bottle or baby syringe.
  • Cover your ear with a cotton ball or clean cloth and lean on your side to let drops enter and sit in the ear. Do this for about 5 minutes.
  • Repeat this application as often as desired to fight ear infection.

Apple cider vinegar with warm water ear drops

  • Mix equal parts apple cider vinegar with warm, not hot, water.
  • Apply 5 to 10 drops in each affected ear using a clean dropper bottle or baby syringe.
  • Cover your ear with a cotton ball or clean cloth and lean on your side to let drops enter and sit in the ear. Do this for about 5 minutes.
  • Repeat this application as often as desired to treat an outer ear infection.
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