This herbal formula that has been used for decades as an effective treatment for many kinds of ear conditions including outer and middle ear infections. Ear Drops works to reduce inflammation and pain through a combination of herbs. These herbs have antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory benefits and contains ingredients to offset problems with tinnitus and dizziness. For skin irritations and infections, try PAW & SKIN. Regular grooming helps keep your pet happy and is a good way to find abnormalities or changes in your pet’s health.
• Put a few drops in the ear canal.
• Apply with a swab to exposed outer ear surfaces.
Place Ear Drops in a bowl of warm water to warm up the drops. This will add comfort to your pet’s ears.
Some breeds of dogs are vulnerable to swimmer’s ear. Place Ear Drops into ear before going near the water to prevent Swimmer’s Ear.
Olive Oil, Calendula, Vitamin E, Basil Oil, Aloe Vera, Bergamot Oil
Olive Oil is soothing to any inflammation in the ear. A natural moisturizer, it helps to balance secrections in the skin. Olive oil helps to loosen waxy buildup from the ears.
Calendula is one of the best herbs for soothing and healing the skin. It has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and antimicrobial properties to control bacterial and yeast growth. Safe for sensitive skin.
Vitamin E helps to soften and moisturize dry, flaky skin.l
Basil Oil is a strong antiseptic and anti-inflammatory, making it ideal for reducing ear pain caused by viral, yeast, or bacterial infections of the ear canal.
Aloe Vera soothes and hydrates itchy, irritated skin. Anti-inflammatory effects and the ability to stimulate cell growth and repair makes it great for calming any earache.
Bergamot Oil is antibacterial, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory, helping to inhibit the growth of bacteria, viruses, and yeast in the ears.
Lobelia, Narrow-leaf Echinacea, Black Cohosh root, Blue Vervain, Skullcap, Blue Cohosh root, Garlic bulb
Lobelia aerial parts (Lobelia inflata)
Early North American herbal physicians from the turn-of-the-century considered lobelia to be one of the most important medicinal plants and it was used in many formulas as an anodyne or pain reliever. It is also effective in bringing abscesses or boils to a head.
Narrow-leaf Echinacea (Echinacea angustifolia)
Echinacea is believed to work primarily by activation of white blood cells used as part of the immune system, as well as increasing production of interferon, a vital component in the ability to fight viral infection. Active constituents include alkylamides / polyacetylenes, caffeic acid derivatives, and polysaccharides. Echinacea also has an antibiotic cortisone-like action that stimulates T-cell lymphocytes assisting in membrane healing and the promotion of wound healing.
Black Cohosh Root (Cimicifuga racemosa)
Black Cohosh has been used by Native Americans for centuries for a variety of different chronic conditions and is soothing to all kinds of inflammation. It has also been traditionally used as part of formulas for ear infection and tinnitus. The most active chemicals found in black cohosh include triterpene glycosides and isoflavones.
Blue Vervain aerial parts (Verbena officinalis)
Vervain has a number of compounds, including tannins, flavonoids such as hispidulin, jaceosidin, apigenin, 4’-hydroxywogonin, verbenalin and hastatoside. Its traditional uses include reduction of inflammation and pain relief.
Skullcap aerial parts (Scutellaria lateriflora)
Traditionally skullcap is a detoxifier and an astringent which draws out toxins.
Blue Cohosh root (Caulophyllum thalictroides)
Blue Cohosh is an antispasmodic herb which relieves muscle cramping and spasms. It is best used in combination with Black Cohosh to reduce inflammation.
Garlic bulb, fresh (Allium sativum)
Traditionally, Garlic helps relieve pain, is a natural antibiotic and destroys harmful bacteria.