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Is Ear Candling Safe And Effective? This Reporter Tries It For Herself.

See how ear candling works as this reporter tries it for herself.

Jessa Ventures





Ever heard about an ear candling treatment? It may sound weird and dangerous but such practice is actually being done by some candling practitioners.

Ear candling also known as “ear coning” is said to be an alternative medicine procedure to improve health and well-being. This process requires placing a lit, hollow and cone-shaped candle into the ear canal which claims to give a therapeutic effect and helps remove “cerumen” or earwax.

But is it really safe and effective?”

The said issue has long been debated even up to this day, both with negative and positive claims. Ear candling is in fact a lucrative business for candle manufacturers and wellness centers. Meanwhile, most medical professionals are against it. A medical research states that ear candling is dangerous and ineffective.

“Bottom line: Ear candling is ineffective and potentially dangerous and we do not recommend it at any time for any reason.”

American Academy of Audiology

It was discovered that the earwax, toxins found after the treatment was residue from the candle itself.


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Eric Mann, clinical deputy director of the FDA’s Division of Ophthalmic, Neurological, and Ear, Nose, and Throat Devices said,

“There is no valid scientific evidence for any medical benefit from (ear candle) use. In fact, some doctors report that ear candling can be harmful.”

Jasmine Taylor, Cayman 27 reporter tries the procedure for herself to see how it affects her body.


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Despite series of negative claims, supporters of this practice continue to do it and still believe in its effectivity, emphasizing its place in our modern world today. Nonetheless, there is no available evidence to prove that ear candling is an effective treatment for any condition.

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9,550 Years Old, World’s Oldest Tree Found in Sweden

See the world’s oldest tree and find out how it has revealed to be a tenacious survivor for 9,550 years!

Kris Evangelista



The oldest tree was discovered in Sweden and it is 9,550 years old! It’s amazing that these trees have witnessed many generations and timeline. At first, the spruce tree was thought to be a “new comer” tree in the Swedish mountain but later discovered that it is precisely contradictory.

This spruce tree is called Old Tjikko and can be found at Fulu Mountain in Dalarna. It has been tested through carbon dating and found out that the oldest tree have the same genetic makeup with spruce trees 8,000 to 9,550 years old.

The Oldest Tree in the World 9,550 Years Old. Can You Believe?

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Guy Who Calls Himself the “Animal Whisperer” Takes The Most Adorable Selfies Ever!

Meet the master of animal selfies, Allan Dixon 🙂

Mika Castro



Taking selfies when we travel seems like the norm nowadays. It is a good way to preserve the wonderful memories of our adventure. Not to mention our friends can enjoy the place we've been to as well. This certainly is what 29-year old Allan Dixon from Wicklow, Ireland has in mind when he takes his selfies!

But his selfies are not your ordinary pictures! Dixon has earned himself the reputation of being an "animal whisperer" or the famous movie veterinarian Dr. Dolittle, because of his perfectly-timed shots with a variety of animals. Dixon even shared the secret to his perfect selfies with them. He said all it takes is patience in getting the perfect shots and of course making the animals feel comfortable at first. It is not uncommon for Dixon to talk to them first, pet them or sometimes even bribe them with food.

Check out his amazing selfies with animals from all over the world!


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A Disturbing Video of a Polar Bear Fed With Fire Cracker Caused Outrage

Unimaginable Animal Cruelty: Watch this disturbing video of a polar bear fed with a fire cracker!

Kris Evangelista



According to the Red Data Book of the Russian Federation, polar bears are listed as endangered species.

Below is a viral video showing a polar bear in severe pain, fighting for her life after she was purportedly fed with a fire cracker. A report says that a cook in a Russian military base fed a polar bear with explosives. The suspected cook may face up to 7 years in prison, if this will be proven and confirmed. Witnesses say, the bear has a cub and were frequently seen around the base looking for food and being fed by the cook.

LifeNews said they were able to get in touch with the cook. According to the alleged cook, the bear regularly visit the site in Wrangel Island located in the far east of Russia to get food however in one of her visits, the bear had “itself grabbed a rocket flare and began chewing on it. “ said the cook.

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