Description of Ring Relief, Natural Ear Drops, 0.5 oz, TRP Company
TRP Ring Relief
Natural Ear Drops for:
- Ringing, buzzing and noises in ears.
- Pain and discomfort.
What is Tinnitus?
Tinnitus is the unexplained sound of noise in your ears. The sounds can be very light up to a very disturbing roar. People have described every kind of sound from buzzing to clicking. The most common cause is exposure to loud noises at some time in your life. This healthy formula stimulates the body's natural ability to alleviate these symptoms.
What is Ring Relief?
Ring Relief is a patented formula of all natural, homeopathic agents scientifically engineered to address the afflictions of common ear aches, discomfort and Tinnitus related symptoms.
Active Ingredients: Silicea 8x; Arnica 6x, 30x; Thiosinaminum 6x; Hepar Sulph Calc 6x; Hypericum 6x, 30x; Merc Solub 8x; Salicylicum ac 6x.
Inactive Ingredients: Glycerine.
Directions for Use:
Warm contents to body temperature by holding in your hand. Tilt your head to the side and let solution drip into the ear. Never put the tip into the ear canal. Use one to several drops as needed, twice per day. Keep drops in your ear by keeping your head tilted or by placing tissue in the ear. Use before expiration date. Evaluate results over several months.
Do not take internally. Initial worsening of symptoms may occur. A physician should always be consulted regarding Tinnitus to rule out serious causes. Do not use these drops with ear tubes or other perforation of the ear drum.
Keep this and all medicines out of reach of children. Pregnant women should consult their doctor prior to use.
Do not use if:
Solution becomes cloudy. These drops must not be used if there is any damage to the ear drum as evidenced by discharge or bleeding.
Stop use and see a doctor:
If you experience ear pain. If you have other medical conditions which affect your ears, hearing or ability for general immune system healing.
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