READERS’ CORNER:Labyrinthitis

What could be done for the reader whose sense of balance is out? It’s been diagnosed as labyrinthitis, and it’s being controlled with drugs. If it’s caused by a bacterial infection, try antibiotics and probiotics; if its cause is viral, take large doses of vitamin C and echinacea and olive leaf extract, says one reader. Another suggests trying cranial osteopathy, which may help, while homeopathy and a constitutional remedy helped one reader’s condition. An acupuncturist writes in to tell us that he’s successfully treating the condition, and a chiropractor tells a similar story of successful treatment. One reader tells us that her labyrinthitis was cleared up with a combination of Chinese medicine, cranial sacral therapy and eye movement desensitization (EMDR). The three herbs that were prescribed are Ming Mu Di Huang Wan, for the ears, Xiao Yao Wan, for the liver, and Shou Wu Pian, for the kidneys and the blood. Finally try Hopi candles and reflexology, along with tea tree oil, and lemon or lavendar essential oils.

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