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Dr. King's Natural Natural Medicine Ear Ringing -- 2 fl oz


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Dr. King's Natural Natural Medicine Ear Ringing -- 2 fl oz

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Dr. King's Natural Natural Medicine Ear Ringing Description

 Revolutionary Taste-Free Medicine. No Side Effects.

King Bio Homeopathic Natural Medicine Ear Ringing is ideal for the relief of intermittent, continuous, or pulsating sounds in the ear such as ringing, buzzing, hissing, whistling; acute sensitivity to sounds or hearing loss; Meniere's disease; and vertigo.

 

About King Bio

King Bio offers the only pure water based homeopathics in the industry. Until now all homeopathics have been either based in alcohol, glycerin or sugar. For over 20 years we have clinically researched homeopathy. At the King Health Center one wing was specially designed for the clinical ecology patient. These were people so sensitive to their environment some actually had to wear a breathing machine strapped to their back. These special people could not take the conventional, no alcohol, sugar or glycerin based homeopathics. These hypersensitive people led us to develop King Bio's pure water based homeopathics.

King Bio Natural Medicine is a USA-based company dedicated to the production of safe, all natural medicines without side effects. KB is a registered pharmaceutical manufacturing company with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Each King Bio Natural Medicine formula is manufactured in strict accordance with current Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and the FDA. A National Drug Code (NDC) number is assigned to each King Bio Natural Medicine product.

King Bio began pharmaceutical manufacturing in 1989. King Bio Natural Medicines have been developed by Dr. Frank J. King Jr. As founder and director of the King Health Center Inc. in 1979, Dr. King developed a research team to test and correlate various natural therapies and their clinical results.

Homeopathic medicines were found to be the most profound and effective treatment system of all the natural therapies tested. Through this research, King Bio Natural Medicine was designed to effectively address the complex health problems of today. The appropriate King Bio Natural Medicine product can provide fast, gentle relief often within minutes (or even seconds) in certain cases.


King Bio's Mission

A message of healing for the masses.

King Bio's Vision

• To empower people to overcome disease
• To equip people with safe, natural, and effective health products and procedure
• To teach people how to attain and maintain health
• To enlighten people with knowledge and wisdom to be healthy and whole physically, mentally, emotionally, willfully and spiritually

King Bio's Premise

• People are designed to be healthy and equipped to overcome disease
• You can give a fish and feed someone for a day
• Or you can teach someone to fish and feed someone for a lifetime!

King Bio's Values

• To love and care for sick and suffering
• To continually search for the most effective answers for health restoration
• To teach the most effective way to attain health
• To serve people with honesty, integrity and purity
• To love people enough to make the personal sacrifices necessary to see a significant difference


Directions

Before initial dose, depress pump 4-5 times or until primed. Hold close to mouth and spray 1 dose directly in mouth 2 to 6 times daily until symptoms improve.

Adult Dose: 3 pump sprays
Child's Dose (2 yrs. - 12 yrs.): 2 pump sprays
Infant Dose (Newborn - 2 yrs.): 1 pump spray

External Use (when appropriate): Simply spray on affected areas 2 to 6 times daily until symptoms improve.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Official HPUS: Arnica, calc carbs, chenopodium anth, chininum sal, cimicifuga, coffee tosta, kali iod, kalmia, mag carb, mang acet, mang carb, merc viv, nat sal, salicylicum ac, thiosinaminum, thyroidinum, equal volumes of each ingredient in a bio-energetically enhanced pure water base: 10x, 30x, and LM1 potency, Inactive Ingredients: Citric acid and potassium sorbate.
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Say What?! 6 Smart, Savvy Ways to Safeguard Your Hearing

From Lauryn Hill’s sultry songs to the sound of waves crashing and our loved one’s voice—some of the most beautiful moments in life are felt first in our ears.

And yet, a number of us take our ears and hearing for granted—so much so we rarely give thought to the fact that we might be susceptible to hearing loss. But just take a glance at the statistics. According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, 37.5 million American adults have hearing complications, while two percent of adults have disabling hearing loss—and the risk for decline increases with each birthday: “Age is the strongest predictor of hearing loss among adults aged 20-69,” the NIDOCD reports, “with the greatest amount of hearing loss in the 60 to 69 age group.”

Woman on Bed Taking Care of Ear Health by Listening to Music Quietly Through Headphones  | Vitacost.com/blog

Whether you’re 19 or 72, it’s never too early—or too late—to start safeguarding your hearing and ear health. Here are six smart, simple ways to protect one of our grandest—and most vital—sensory pleasures:

1. Don’t disregard it

First things first: One of the biggest mistakes you can make when it comes to your hearing is ignoring signs of trouble. “One of the most common and tragic and preventable problems we see is patients who have noticed a hearing loss getting gradually worse through the years without seeking help,” Robert Sataloff, MD and chairman of the department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Drexel University College of Medicine, told Prevention. His advice? Come clean to your physician if you start experiencing ringing in your ears. “Ringing may be the first sign of a more serious problem,” Sataloff says.

2. Toss those Q-tips (or use them for purposes besides your ears)

Q-tips may have reigned supreme in your grandmother’s generation but these days cleaning your ears with them is considered not only an outdated practice but also a potentially harmful one. “It may feel like you’re getting the gunk out, but you can push the wax deeper and cause an impaction,” says Rick Friedman, MD, PhD, of the House Ear Clinic in Los Angeles and an associate professor at the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine. Our ears were built to shed debris naturally, and earwax, which guards our ear canal, is meant to be there.

If you do feel clogged up, soak a cotton ball in alcohol and white vinegar, tilt your head up, pat your ear with the solution and let it drain.

3. Get moving

The benefits of exercise extend beyond your cardiac health and waistline: Research suggests that it might promote hearing health as well. Why? As Reader’s Digest says, “physically fit people tend to have better hearing than those who aren’t in good shape,” in part because aerobic exercise—jogging, swimming, dancing and more—“brings more oxygen into your system and improves blood flow to your ears.”

4. …but turn down the volume on your iPod

Whether you groove to tunes on your smartphone while cleaning the house or listen to podcasts on your commute, bear in mind that loud noises can take a toll on your hearing. The National Institutes of Health confirms our mom’s advice (and our good old-fashioned intuition): “Normally, these sounds at safe levels don’t damage our hearing. But sounds can be harmful when they are too loud, even for a brief time, or when they are both loud and long-lasting.” How so, you ask? They damage “sensitive structures in the inner ear” and cause “noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL).”

5. Make a beeline for the salad bar

The nutrients we ingest inform the way our bodies function and feel, including our hearing. To protect your love of Mozart, aim to work more potassium into your diet. Found in far more foods than bananas (including spinach, potatoes, tomatoes, melons and oranges), potassium—as Healthy Hearing reports—“is responsible for regulating the amount of fluid in your blood and body tissue. That can be important for your hearing health because fluid in the inner ear, that part of the ear that translates the noises we hear into electrical impulses the brain interprets as sound, is dependent upon a rich supply of potassium.” As we age, those levels naturally decline, which may influence the onset of age-related hearing loss (otherwise known as presbycusis). 

6. Rethink reaching for that bottle of ibuprofen

Truckloads of people seek out a painkiller the moment their head begins to ache, and while the potential of finding temporary relief might be temping, reconsider how aspirin, ibuprofen and other NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatories) might be affecting your hearing health. “NSAIDs temporarily disable the ear’s protective outer hair cells, leaving you more vulnerable to sound damage,” says Timothy C. Hain, MD, professor of neurology, otolaryngology, and physical therapy at Northwestern University.

Instead, search for natural relief for your aches and pains. A bath infused with lavender and peppermint oil can alleviate cramps and sore muscles, magnesium—found in supplement form and leafy greens, nuts, squash and whole grains—may calm the nerves and water may quell more than just your thirst (dehydration headaches are one of the most prevalent forms of secondary headaches, the Mayo Clinic reports).

And get outside: the fresh air, burst of exercise and respite from stressors might be just what the doctor—and otolaryngologist—ordered.

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