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How to Remove an Earwax Blockage? The Natural &Effective Remedy.

How to Remove an Earwax Blockage? The Natural &Effective Remedy.

Having earwax in your ear is normal!

But having too much earwax can get annoying... It's true, it's not very clean...

No need to go to the ENT or pharmacy though.

Fortunately, there is a simple and effective grandmother's remedy for removing earwax naturally.

To remove an earwax blockage, simply inject bicarbonate water into the ear . Watch:

How to Remove an Earwax Blockage? The Natural &Effective Remedy.

  • What you need
  • How to
  • Result
  • What is earwax?
  • Why does it work?
  • Precautions

What you need

- 1 teaspoon baking soda

- 1 cup lukewarm water

- 1 dropper

- 1 sterilized compress

How to

1. Fill the cup with lukewarm water.

2. Pour in a teaspoon of baking soda.

3. Mix well to dissolve the baking soda in the water.

4. Take a little of this solution with the pipette.

5. Tilt your head to the side and inject the remedy into the ear.

6. Let the solution act in the ear for 2 minutes.

7. When the time is up, tilt your head to the side to drain the liquid.

8. Wipe your ear with a sterilized compress.

9. Repeat with the other ear.


How to Remove an Earwax Blockage? The Natural &Effective Remedy.

There you go, you have removed the wax plug from your ears naturally :-)

Easy, fast and effective, this home remedy isn't it?

You don't even have to go to the doctor to remove earwax!

It's still more practical that way, isn't it? And also much more economical.

For this use, it is better to use baking soda which is finer and purer than technical baking soda.

This method is effective for removing small wax plugs that are hard or soft.

If the plug is too big, go see a doctor to get it out.

What is earwax?

Earwax is completely natural. It is a body wax that is actually very useful.

It serves as a protective barrier for the ear.

And it prevents dirt, dust and other unwanted bodies from entering the ear.

It is a kind of self-cleaning of the ear! Hence the interest in not removing it too often.

In addition, it helps lubricate the skin of the ear, leaving it supple and toned.

But too much earwax is both unsightly and can cause an ear plug. This can result in ear canal infection and ear infection.

In this case, consultation with a doctor is recommended.

Why does it work?

The action of lukewarm water and baking soda softens the earwax in the ear canal.

The earwax will then naturally evacuate with the water.

Baking soda also has the merit of gently cleaning and disinfecting the auricle.


You probably know it, but it is strongly advised not to introduce objects into the ear, even a Q-Tip!

You risk damaging your eardrum, but also pushing all the dirt and earwax to the bottom of the ear canal. And there, infection guaranteed!

You just have to clean the outside of the ear with a compress.