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Herb Pharm Mullein/Garlic Compound Supplement, 1 Ounce


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  • Promotes good circulation
  • Promotes healthy cholesterol levels
  • Liquid herbal extract
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Herb Pharm's compounds are condition targeted and reflect a holistic approach to herbalism. Promotes good circulation.

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  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 1 x 1 inches ; 1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B001E8DBU8
  • UPC: 090700004118
  • Item model number: FMULL01
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,494 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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I want to say thanks, it's working.
Delores williams
In my case this has been just as effective as the antibiotics my doctor prescribed.
Old Man
So, this oil seems to work on middle ear infection as well.
K. Verma

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114 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Omega lady on May 3, 2008
I first used Herb Pharm Mullein Garlic Compound when I got a middle ear infection a few years ago. The M.D. prescribed Cipro, which is what they use to treat Anthrax, for God's sake! I wasn't about to take something so powerful for a simple ear infection. As a retired chiropractor, I choose a non-toxic natural approach whenever possible. Garlic is called "the Russian penicillin" because the Russian Army used it in WWII when they ran out of penicillin. No germs can live in garlic. This stuff is soothing and it works -- however, be aware that it will take considerably longer to work than antibiotics. There are, of course, absolutely no side effects, which is my main concern for any non-life-threatening situation. I will not be without this product for the rest of my life.
M.G., D.C.
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72 of 74 people found the following review helpful By H. Hughes on March 19, 2011
I turned to Mullein/Garlic after learning the pharmacy holding my 3-year-old's antibiotics had closed for the night. I put 2-3 drops in her hurting year while my husband held her and had her lie quietly on her side (we kept her preoccupied by watching Thomas on the iPad.). About 10 minutes later she told me her ear didn't hurt and then proved it by dragging out bedtime routine!
Tip: To "warm" the drops, rub the bottle back and forth between your hands for 2-3 minutes.
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful By D. McClendon on January 20, 2013
My 2 and 6 year old were tormented my ear infections this fall. I think we had 5 or 6 between the two little ones within 3 months! They both had been on Omnicef and just kept on getting sick. (As a side note-when my son was 2 he got C-Diff from this same drug which means that it had killed all the good stuff in his gut and left him open to infection and my 28lb baby lost 2 lbs over the weekend) I ended up having a conversation with my dad who is in his 80's and he told me about sweet oil (which is basically olive oil) and that when he was growing up that is all they used. So I started researching and came to the conclusion found that garlic infused olive oil is even better. Well, I got my chance to test it out soon after. On a Friday both babies started complaining about ear pain. I called the doctor, they wanted me to come in (around $200) to confirm it was an ear infection (DUH!!!!) and wouldn't just call the script in SO I found an herb shop up from me and they had these drops so I went to get them. I had already spoken to Children's Hospital's nurse helpline and they told me the standard pain treatment during an ear infection was giving both Tylenol and Ibprofun at the same time so I did that, then followed the dosing instructions for the ear drops. GUYS and GALS, they were completely pain free within 2 days and I have not seen an ear infection since. I now honestly believe that all those meds were causing the reoccurrences. These drops are a must buy and I will always have them in my cupboard!
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By AdamFried on June 2, 2011
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I put some on cotton balls and stick em in my ears for a bit and the clogged ears disappear.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By J Pen on July 10, 2012
My dog has chronic ear infections. We are always dropping the Dr RX into his ear. Decided to try this stuff since it worked for me. AMAZING. He felt better in literally 5 seconds.
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32 of 39 people found the following review helpful By K. Verma on August 29, 2012
My 20-month old toddler was diagnosed with ear infection on Aug 8. He was crying hard and pulling his right ear. That night, he also had fever.So next day, we took him to the doctor and she said ear infection. She prescribed antibiotic, but we were not excited about it. We had purchased this oil sometime back and decided to give it a try. We applied 2-3 drop, 3 times/day for 2 days. That one night fever, did not re-occur. He didn't cry after that one night so the pain was gone as well.

We took him to the doctor today and doctor said that the right ear was clean and free of any indication of infection. I am writing this review so other can benfit. This was not a outer ear infection, but a middle ear infection. So, this oil seems to work on middle ear infection as well. Of course, one needs to be sure that the ear drum is not perforated or ruptured.

Update 04-Jan-2014
Update: I wanted to add few more tips based on my past 2 year experience. The thing to remember is that such natural remedies work best when given at the earliest sign of trouble. As soon as your kid has nasal congestion, start applying this oil to his ear and apply 2-3 times a day. Middle ear infection happens when cold block the ear tube and bacteria proliferates in the blocked fluid. The key is that his outer ear canal needs to be clear, meaning free of ear wax. If the ear wax absorbs the oil, garlic is not going to be absorbed by the ear skin and reach any infection. We have found that Clinere Ear Cleanersworks really good. When you put garlic oil in a clear ear, it goes deep and helps control the infection. The other thing to do is to figure out ways to relieve nasal congestion somehow. We like Hylands Homeopathic, Cold 'n Cough 4 Kids, 4 Ozfor it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By rocknfunky on November 18, 2012
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I am suffering from constant earaches, and those drops were the only ones that really helped, other than you smell like garlic for a little it's all worth it!
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15 of 20 people found the following review helpful By sweet teas on August 5, 2013
The other night, at almost midnight, I trundled over to our friend & neighbor's house (who is an MD), because my 8 year old son was awake and groaning with ear pain. He'd been in a pool earlier in the day, had a fever a few days before and was getting a cold, so it could have been just about anything, although I can't say I have much experience with ear infections, this is our first. The Dr. asked me to borrow our other neighbor's otoscope :-) (which I did, though she had no speculae, the thingies that go onto the tip of it to focus the light so you can actually see in the ear) but he managed with it, said the ear was red, and woke up one of his grown daughters to get her mullein garlic oil for me to borrow. I was surprised he said antibiotics don't work for ear infections! Surprised because he and I have this running argument about traditional vs. alternative medicine. So now I know, and this is going in my medicine cabinet for good. Dr. also suggested I get an otoscope so I can see what's going on in there and have some clue. I got a vintage Welch Allyn on ebay for the price of a new so-so one. Can't wait for that to come in the mail...
In the meantime, I will mention that we had been out of the habit of using Seed-A-Sept on a weekly basis or so, a grapefruit seed extract oil that our ND had prescribed before we moved. I tended to get wax buildup and then water trapped in the outer ear without this stuff, and I've noticed it helps against general upper respiratory gunk as well, maybe because of the eustachian tube connection. I would imagine the mullein garlic would have a similar effect. Overall I've noticed that proper ear care (keeping them clean and using medicated oil regularly) prevents problems. I hope this is helpful!
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