One more thing that helped tremendously is the ear popper. Much of the time my ear canal issue would somehow invade my middle ear and cause me huge pain. The ear popper added to my above regimen completes my plan. Again, it all helps.View Thread
Interesting on the timing of your question. One month ago I started using colloidal silver. I am 59 and have had intensely itching ears and discharge my entire life. No relief in sight and many doctors later I gave up. I noticed that when I took antibiotics there would be relief and sometimes antifungal drops helped too. I also found that hydrogen peroxide dropped directly in the ear cleaned them well, and that I did not need q tips when I used the peroxide. I let the bubbles clean the ear and drain them onto a cotton ball. As a result, no I am not cured, but when I clean my ears with the hydrogen peroxide, and I now use mullein garlic oil for ear drops, reclean with peroxide, and follow up with colloidal silver, it takes the edge off better than anything I have ever used. I can now function more normally, and actually sleep at night.
The hydrogen peroxide actually can burn a bit sometimes, but on the whole helps scratch that itch, without actually scratching.View Thread
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