Our Tinnitus Relief Cream is effective in relieving ear ringing, ear buzzing, ear noise, and ear stuffiness. It can calm your entire nervous system and aid in the prevention of panic attacks.
- Temporarily relieve tinnitus, such as ringing, buzzing, clicking, and hissing noises in the ear
- Relieves ear pain and reduces ear discharge
- Ingredients: Cortex Pseudolaricis, Cortex Dictamni, Wormwood, Radix Arnebiae, Radix Notoginseng, Stellera Chamaejasme L, Rhizoma Ligustici, Radix Saposhnikoviae, Zaocys, Fructus Kochiae, Corydalis, Flos Carthami, Tree Peony Bark, Cortex Acanthopanax Radicis, Rhubarb, Radix Sophorae Flavescentis, Cortex Phellodendri, Pericarpium Zanthoxyli, Radix Stemonae, Radix Cynanchi Paniculati, Fructus Cnidii, Borneolum Syntheticum, Camphor
HOW TO USE
Wipe the area behind the ear with a warm towel, apply an appropriate amount of this product to the area behind the ear and gently massage for a moment to make it fully absorbed. Do it several times a day.
HERBAL SUPPLEMENTS FOR TINNITUS
While there's no definitive cure for tinnitus, some people have reported relief from certain supplements like ginkgo biloba, zinc, and magnesium. However, it's essential to consult a medical professional before trying any supplements to ensure they're safe and appropriate for your specific situation. Tinnitus treatment can vary greatly from person to person.
Here’s what you need to know on some of the most commonly used supplements for tinnitus:
1. Ginkgo Biloba: This herb has been shown to improve blood flow to the brain and inner eard, which may help to reduce tinnitus symptoms.
2. Zinc: Zinc is an essential mineral that plays a role in hearing. Low zinc levels have been linked to tinnitus, so taking a zinc supplement may help to improve symptoms in cases where a zinc deficiency is present.
3. Magnesium: Magnesium is another essential mineral that is involved in many bodily functions, including nerve function, blood flow, and hearing. Some studies suggest that magnesium supplements could help with tinnitus by promoting relaxation of blood vessels and nerve cells in the inner ear.
4. B Vitamins: Some studies have explored the relationship between certain B vitamins (such as B12, B6, and folate) and tinnitus. B vitamins play a role in nerve function and overall health. Some individuals with tinnitus might benefit from B vitamin supplementation, especially if they have deficiencies.
5. Melatonin: Melatonin is a hormone that helps to regulate sleep-wake cycle. Some people with tinnitus find that their symptoms worsen when they’re stressed or struggling with sleep. Melatonin supplements can help improve sleep quality, which could indirectly alleviate tinnitus-related distress.
6. Coenzyme Q10: This antioxidant is involved in energy production within cells and is believed to have a protective effect on the cells of the inner ear. Some tinnitus sufferers have reported improvement after taking Coenzyme Q10 supplements.
7. Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Found in fish oil and certain plant sources, omega-3 fatty acids have anti-inflammatory properties that could potentially benefit individuals with tinnitus, especially if inflammation is a contributing factor to their condition.
8. Vitamin E: Vitamin E is an antioxidant that plays a role in protecting cells from oxidative stress. A small study published in the journal “American Journal of Otolaryngology” (2011) investigated the use of high-dose vitamin E supplements in tinnitus patients. The study reported that vitamin E supplementation led to a reduction in tinnitus severity in some participants.
9. GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid): GABA is an inhibitory neurotransmitter that helps regulate nerve activity. Some individuals with tinnitus have reported benefits from GABA supplement, as it might help reduce neural hyperactivity associated with tinnitus.
10. Acetyl-L-Carnitine: This amino acid compound is involved in cellular energy production and has antioxidant properties. A study published in the journal “Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry” (2013) explored the use of acetyl-L-carnitine in individuals with age-related hearing loss and tinnitus. The study found that participants who took acetyl-L-carnitine experienced some reduction in tinnitus loudness.
If you are considering taking supplements for tinnitus, it is important to talk to your doctor first. They can help you to determine if supplements are right for you and can recommend a safe and effective dosage.
1. Do not let the cream into your mouth or eyes.
2. Do not use the cream on damaged skin or wounds.