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Why You Want to Put Oil in Your Ears Every Day




Music, street noises, conversations, the whooshing of the wind—these are just a few of the many sounds our ears process throughout the day. Life can get noisy, especially in today’s busy, stimulated world, and we have our ears to thank for taking it all in and helping us navigate all that comes our way. But how often do we really stop to think about all our ears do, much less provide any sort of care for them? And how do we care for them properly—apart from just keeping them clean? Ayurvedic wisdom has a lot to say about the ears and the important role they play in our overall health, beyond their sensory role in taking in the outer world and providing physiological balance and equilibrium. Ayurveda provides an easy practice for ear care that literally takes a few seconds to complete and is well worth every second—ear oiling. If you’ve read about or practiced Ayurveda, this won’t come as a surprise to you—Ayurveda loves oil for practically everything, and our ears are no different! That’s why we created our Ear Oil, which is specially formulated with Ayurvedic ingredients to support vibrant ear health and is the perfect companion for a healthy daily routine for kids and adults alike.

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