Most people cannot take the smell of garlic even though they appreciate its taste in salads and other foods. Although it remains unproven by modern research, it is possible that regular garlic eaters are less likely to suffer from tinnitus than non-eaters. Nobody argues about the valuable anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities garlic possesses. This makes it a good ingredient to include in homemade ear drops. One ear drops recipe uses a couple of crushed and fried garlic cloves mixed with sesame oil. A few drops of this liquid put into the ear each night over seven days makes an effective remedy.
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