Helpful for fungal or bacterial ear infections. Not for ear mites. For ear problems that do not respond, see your veterinarian.
The ear should be cleaned prior to use, with a little apple cider vinegar on a cotton ball. Fungus and bacteria infections are usually alkaline. Apple cider vinegar is acidic and helps to neutralize the pH.
Clean out only the wax you can see; never pour the cider vinegar into the ear or push the cotton ball in further than you can see.
Shake the Earcare thoroughly before use. Remove tip, puncture container with a pin and dispense a small amount into each cleaned ear. Gently rub the outside base of the ear so that the liquid can drip down further into the ear. Comfrey has such anti-fungal and healing properties that it causes harmful bacteria to implode upon contact.
This product can also be used for fungal infections between the toes, which can also be wiped with a small amount of apple cider vinegar beforehand.
Chronic, persistent ear infections and irritation of the feet are commonly a side effect of food allergies. Often, a dietary change to a food without wheat, corn, soy or chemical preservatives will prevent further problems.
Earcare may thicken slightly in cold environments-place unopened bottle in warm water to soften before use. Finish the entire bottle; do not stop treatment half way through.