I had never seen this remedy for earache before but I tried it a couple weeks ago and it really does help ease the pain. The how to make a salt sock is offered by Patchogue Chiropratic who also suggests getting an adjustment for the ear infection and ache. I think mine was from being outdoors when the wind was blowing and it was sort of chilly that day. While I didn’t get an adjustment I did try the salt sock and it really did help. If you or someone in your family has an earache try this natural remedy by making a salt sock and see if it helps your earache.
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