The Real Problem With Ear Infections In Kids Plus How To Make An Herbal Ear Infection Oil (Guest Post)

Today I have two guest posts for you all about ear infections and DIY natural remedies for them. Check ’em out below!

The Real Problem With Ear Infections In Kids - GrowingUpHerbal.com

Ear infections are no fun. They’re painful which makes your child irritable, and as a mom, we all know what an irritable child is like! No fun… for your child or you!

So today, I’m going to give you the 411 on ear infections. No I’m not going to talk about the common causes of ear infections, how they present themselves, when to go to the doctor, or even about how to prevent them. You can learn all that on webmd.com. What I am going to talk with you about is the main problem with ear infections and how to treat that problem at home, naturally.

CLICK HERE to continue reading over at A Mama’s Story!

How To Make An Herbal Ear Infection Oil - GrowingUpHerbal.com

Let’s face it… ear infections are common problems with kids. When it comes to treating these things naturally, you’ve got to know what the real issue behind an ear infection is. Once you know what’s going on, you can be more confident in knowing how to treat the root of the problem naturally.

Well today, I’ve got a few resources for you that will help you when it comes to actually treating an ear infection naturally. I’m going to share my recipe for making a power-packed ear infection oil as well as a few other tried and true home remedies that are worth a shot as well!

CLICK HERE to read the rest over at A Mama’s Story!!

  1. simone says:

    hi there,
    do you have any suggestions for glue ear? My 6 year old daughter has it in both ears, and really want to avoid going down the surgical route, thanks

    • Meagan says:

      Hummm… I’m not sure I know what you mean. I’ve never heard of glue ear. Can you explain further?

    • Vera says:

      I use a 50/50 mix of white vinegar and rubbing alcohol as ear drops to prevent ear infections. It can cut the gunk of glue ear, also.

  2. Nd says:

    I wish I would have read this at the beginning of February. My little one came down with a nasty ear infection and her ear drum burst (Dr. said it had a hole in it). I had tried the garlic oil at home initially but then her eardrum burst and started draining profusely. We ended up at the Pediatrician and on antibiotics. After her round of penicillin she broke out in a rash and after another Dr. visit they concluded she is allergic to penicillin. Because of the allergy, the penicillin had done nothing to heal her infection. She ended up on another round of a different antibiotic and benadryl. What a pain, I would have much preferred the natural route.

    • Meagan says:

      What a bummer… I’m so sorry about that. Now that you’ve been though it once, if it ever happens again, you’ll be prepared. From my understanding, there’s major pain relief when the ear drum bursts since the ear can now drain. It doesn’t really do any damage either other than not being able to hear well until it heals. I think the only time there can be long-term damage is when your child experiences ear infections over and over again and the ear drum continues to burst. It can cause scarring then. Anyway, be sure to be prepared just in case it ever happens. My kids have never had a full-blown ear infection because every time I even think they may be coming down with one, I use our herbal ear infection oil. Glad you liked the articles… be sure to share them if you found them helpful and thank you for your comment!

  3. Erin C. says:

    Hi Meagan! I tried clicking on all of the hyperlinks within your article, but none of them work… they either bring me right back to main article or the A Mama’s Story link doesn’t work at all!

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