Ear Infection (ruptured ear canal)
- Ear canal health viral, bacterial, fungal
- Infections inflammations & pain.
- All species and ages - herb & homeopathic's
- Middle Ear infection with Rupture eardrum.
e.g Bacterial infection pseudomonas aeruginosa, in a dog, cat all species
Set of 5
1. Ear Clear
2. Skin Infection
3. Drawing Out
5. Injury Surgery
For (Perforated) Eardrum & infection - Set of 5 - for all species and ages,
Damages are seen after the use of insecticide chemical ear drops side effects. (... Troy Ear Canker drops, Aristopet Canker ear drops to name a few)
1. Ear Clear 30ml drops
Contains homeopathic, nosode complex formula: Staphyloccocus nosode, Penicillinum nosode 50M,Psorium nosode 200C Pseudomonas nosode species bacteria 30X, 200C, (infections), Kali Phos 200C( nerve), Teull, Media Otitis Nosode, Calc Carb, Lycopodium (ear pain), Ferr Phos 6X, 10M, (otitis media infection),Skookum Chuck 30C,1M, Merc. Dulcis 10M, with Variolinum nosode 50M, (DR) Ear Sarcode remedy CM, (NAR) EarAche formula 6X,10M, (NAR) 44 Trigeminal Neuralgia 12C,CM (nerve face pain).
2. Skin Infection 50ml liquid
Contains herbal liquid extract: Usnea Barb, Juniper, Coptis teeta, Artesmia (Sweet Annie), Cryptolepsis, Japanese Barberry.
For bacterial infections - Staphylococcus species, Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
* Do not use in the ear canal if the ear if the eardrum is ruptured, instead dilute in some hot water and add to meals or oral syringe.
* For "SKIN PYODERMA" over the body caused by - Staphylococcus species, or Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
~ Refer to: Bacterial Infection 200ml - Skin Treatment (Set of 2)
* For SKIN and EAR fungal infection.
Fungal strains like Sporotrichosis, Malassezia pachydermatis, Leishmania, Cryptococcus, Aspergillus spp, Candida, Corynebacterium
~ Refer to: the Fungal Skin Treatment Set of 3
3. Drawing Out 30ml drops
Contains homeopathic formula of Hepar Sulp, Gun Powder Nosode, Mys Seb, Silica 6X
* Symptoms with or without discharge, red, inflamed ear canals. Draws out any infection gunk, pus very effectively.
4. PainEze 30ml drops
Contains homeopathic, nosode complex: Morph nosode, Guaia, Aconite Nap CM, Guaco, Anth Nosode, Gunpowder nosode, Kalium Chloricum 10M.
5. InjurySurgery 30ml drops
Contains homeopathic, nosode complex: Hypericum with Arnica, Ruta Grav, Ledum, (NAR) Shock formula 200C, Calendula, Hamamelis, Strontium Carb, Alfalfa, Avena Sativa, Aceticum Acid 12C, Ammon. Causticum, Calc. Sulph. Stin, Arsenicum Hydrogen, Bellis Perennis 10M, Staphysagria, Pyrogen, Staphylococcus Aur bacteria nosode, Sulphur 6C, 30C 97(A) - 4. HAMPL PainEz 032 50ml (1oz) Contains homeopathic, nosode complex: Morph nosode, Guaia, Aconite Nap 10M, Guaco, Anth Nosode, Gunpowder nosode, Kalium Chloricum 10M. 5. HAMPL InjurySurgery 31 30ml (1oz)
Middle Ear infection
Expelling pus (smelly ears), is very important, especially needed for dogs will very narrow ear canals. Keeping in mind a chronic ear infection can cause a peripheral vestibular disorder (a dysfunction of the balance organs of the inner ear) or central vestibular disorder (a dysfunction of one or more parts of the central nervous system that help process balance and spatial information). Symptoms of ear infections can be painful inflammation, painful earache, profuse cadaverously smelling discharge, middle ear catarrhal, deafness, fever, imbalance, head tilting. Many times (if a swab was done) the lab results would show a severe Staphylococcal infection or sometimes Pseudomonas Auruginosa.
Example: Pseudomonas Auruginosa (P. aeruginosa), is a gram-negative bacillus, is ubiquitous in the environment but an uncommon inhabitant of the normal external ear canal and middle ear of dogs. As small animal veterinarians can attest, ears infected with P. aeruginosa can be some of their most challenging cases. (which is antibiotic drug resistant). Studies have reported moderate to high levels of resistance to some commonly used antimicrobials of P. aeruginosa isolates from cases of otitis externa. Clinical signs - Animals with P. aeruginosa ear infections typically exhibit one or more of the following clinical signs or conditions:
~ head shaking or ear scratching
~ purulent exudate (occasionally hemopurulent or mucoid)
~ swelling, inflammation, and pain
~ otitis media
~ For "RUPTURED" ear Drum.
While many ruptured eardrums will heal on their own. However, we will still need to help prevent infection and repair the rupture and acute pain. This acute pain is worse when a pet try's to eat, therefore cannot eat. With a ruptured eardrum, we must avoid any type of "ear drops" either natural or chemicals going into the ear is damaged.
When an Ear infection is either acute or chronic which continues for a longer period we see symptoms that can result from a peripheral vestibular disorder (a dysfunction of the balance organs of the inner ear) or central vestibular disorder (a dysfunction of one or more parts of the central nervous system that help process balance and spatial information). Other types of repair to nervous system causing cerebral ataxia paralysis.
Other causes of ear conditions:
1. Vestibular neuritis (or vestibular neuronitis) and labyrinthitis are disorders that result in inflammation of the inner ear and/or the nerve connecting the inner ear to the brain.
2. Generally caused by a Viral infection (e.g herpes virus, Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), these conditions cause vertigo (usually experienced as a spinning sensation), dizziness, imbalance, unsteadiness, and sometimes problems with vision or hearing.
Middle ear infections have a tendency to become chronic and may lead to hearing loss. Often the cause is viral that has been undetected.
Neuritis (inflammation of the nerve)
affects the branch associated with balance, resulting in dizziness or vertigo but no change in hearing.
The term neuronitis (damage to the sensory neurons of the vestibular ganglion) is also used.
Labyrinthitis (inflammation of the labyrinth)
occurs when an infection affects both branches of the vestibulocochlear nerve, resulting in hearing changes as well as dizziness or vertigo.
The inner ear consists of a system of fluid-filled tubes and sacs called the labyrinth.
The labyrinth serves two functions: hearing and balance.
1. The hearing function involves the cochlea, a snail-shaped tube filled with fluid and sensitive nerve endings that transmit sound signals to the brain.
2. The balance function involves the vestibular organs. Fluid and hair cells in the three loop-shaped semicircular canals and the sac-shaped utricle and saccule provide the brain with information about the head movement. Signals travel from the labyrinth to the brain via the vestibulocochlear nerve (the eighth cranial nerve), which has two branches. One branch (the cochlear nerve) transmits messages from the hearing organ, while the other (the vestibular nerve) transmits messages from the balance organs. The brain integrates balance signals sent through the vestibular nerve from the right ear and the left ear. When one side is infected, it sends faulty signals. The brain thus receives mismatched information, resulting in dizziness or vertigo.
BACTERIAL AND VIRAL INFECTIONS
Inner ear infections that cause vestibular neuritis or labyrinthitis are usually viral rather than bacterial. Although the symptoms of bacterial and viral infections may be similar, the treatments are very different, so proper diagnosis by a physician is essential.
In serous labyrinthitis, bacteria that have infected the middle ear or the bone surrounding the inner ear produce toxins that invade the inner ear via the oval or round windows and inflame the cochlea, the vestibular system, or both. Serous labyrinthitis is most frequently a result of chronic, untreated middle ear infections (chronic otitis media) and is characterized by subtle or mild symptoms. Less common is suppurative labyrinthitis, in which bacterial organisms themselves invade the labyrinth. The infection originates either in the middle ear or in the cerebrospinal fluid, as a result of bacterial meningitis. Bacteria can enter the inner ear through the cochlear aqueduct or internal auditory canal, or through a fistula (an abnormal opening) in the horizontal semicircular canal. Or Pseudomonas aeruginosa, this bacteria (skin lesions and ear infection) which is antibiotic drug resistant.
"Viral infections" of the "inner ear" are more common than bacterial infections, but less is known about them. An inner ear viral infection may be the result of a systemic viral illness or, the infection may be confined to the labyrinth or the vestibulocochlear nerve. Usually, only one ear is affected. Some of the viruses that have been associated with vestibular neuritis or labyrinthitis include herpes viruses (such as influenza, hepatitis, and Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), herpes) Other viruses may be involved that are as yet unidentified because of difficulties in sampling the labyrinth without destroying it. Because the inner ear infection is usually caused by a virus, it can run its course and then go dormant in the nerve only to flare up again at any time. There is currently no way to predict whether or not it will come back.
The majority of inflammatory diseases start in your gut.
Nexabiotic Capsules (by Bioprosper Labs)
The specific strains in of probiotics that are listed in the "Nexabiotic" contain supportive strains" such as Lactobacillus acidophilus, Casei and plantarum, Streptococcus thermophilus, and Bifobacterium longum can also be extremely beneficial.
PET DOSAGE: Add a pinch in meals for cats, toy dog and other small animals.
Half powder from the capsule for small to med canines and full cap of powder for large canines.For 2 months treatment. (It takes 2 months to restore gut flora to maintain a pet strong immune system against infections)
What are the common EAR SYMPTOMS concerns Pain Symptoms and Behaviors?
If your dog or cat's eardrum is perforated, the base of the ear and the external part of the ear canal will be painful to the touch. Your dog likely will shy away, yelp or even snap if you touch these parts of the ear.
commonly, a cat or dog with a perforated eardrum will refuse to eat or open its mouth, as moving the jaw causes even greater pain in the area of the ruptured eardrum. You may notice your dog pawing at its own head and ears, whining with pain, or becoming generally less active and more depressed. Please use the Pain Eze drops on the body every 5 minutes as needed for relief or single homeopathic Aconite CM.
Hearing and Neurological Symptoms.
When the eardrum is perforated, dogs and cats experience a degree of hearing loss, specifically losing the ability to hear high-pitched sounds. Your pet may seem unresponsive to commands or whistles or household noises if it has hearing loss. Also perforated eardrum also affects a dog's or cat's balance. Your pet may display neurological symptoms, including stumbling, falling or walking around in circles. Facial paralysis can occur if the ear infection causes inflammation of the facial nerve running near the dog's inner ear. You might see your dog's eyes twitching abnormally, the eyelids may droop or the dog may lose the ability to blink normally.
Prevent Surgery (repair hole)
To repair the perforation. We suggest the use of the homeopathic InjurySurgery 30ml drops.
Possible EAR FUNGAL INFECTION
If NOT a bacterial infection after all (and eardrum is not perforated), but possible fungal infection, then use the Fungal Ear Support formulas.
Example: Apple Cider Vinegar mix with alcohol and some herbal thuja added (optional). The ideal combination to force the fungi into dormancy is a combination of Cider Vinegar with alcohol and Thuja herb. Using this combination will help dry out the canal and leave a fine layer of acetic acid (from the Vinegar) on the skin of the canal along with a residue of this herb (Thuja).