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Ear Be Well | Herbal Relief for Earaches
Ear Be Well | Herbal Relief for Earaches
1oz Dropper
Ear Be Well
For Kids
Children's earaches can be disruptive. WishGarden Herbs' Ear Be Well is formulated to be effective but gentle within a child's body. Ear Be Well uses a unique combination of herbs that support the lymphatic system while supporting quick immune response. Best used in combination with Mullein Flower Ear Oil.
1oz Dropper $13.59
2oz Dropper $19.99
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Ear Be Well For Kids
Key Attributes
  • Soothes irritated ears.*
  • Supports the immune and lymphatic systems.*
  • Non-GMO and gluten-free.*

  • General Use
    Kids over 1 year: 1-2 droppers full in liquid to taste, 3-4 times a day, or every 2 hours as needed. Infants under 1 year: 8-16 drops (1/2 - 1 dropper full).

    Active Ingredients
    Calendula flower (Calendula officinalis), Echinacea Purpurea root (Echinacea purpurea), Baptisia root (Baptisia tinctoria), Garlic bulb (Allium sativum), Bee Propolis, Red Root (Ceanothus americanus), Scullcap aerials (Scutellaria lateriflora), St John's Wort aerials (Hypericum perforatum)
    Other Ingredients
    Vegetable glycerine, Rocky Mountain artesian spring water & organic gluten-free alcohol.
    * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
    Frequently Asked Questions

    We use USPS Priority Mail. Your order will arrive in 2-4 business days if you placed it before 11pm MST Mon-Fri. Please note that due to weight limitations and delivery address restrictions for USPS, very small or very large orders may be shipped via First-Class Mail or UPS at our discretion. This will not affect transit time.

    Many of our common symptom-soothing formulas are designed to take effect within 5-10 minutes if used properly. To get these fast-acting results, we recommend 3-4 droppers full, or 6-8 pumps, per use to start. If you are not yet feeling the full effect within the first 5 minutes, repeat the original serving. You can do this up to 4 servings back to back. Note that some of our formulas are tonics and are meant to work over longer periods of time.

    Here are some other strategies you can use, depending on the effect you need:

    Move-Thru-It Strategy: to support optimum recovery rates, use 6-8 pumps or 3-4 droppers. Repeat every 1-3 hours for a day or two (with a good night's sleep). The idea here is a persistent frequency. Once you have achieved initial results, you can switch to more conventional usage patterns such as 3-4 times a day. For example: Kick-Ass Immune, Get Over It

    TONIC Strategy: for long-term, deeply nutritive support over time, use 6-8 pumps or 3-4 droppers, 1-3 times a day for 3 weeks to 3 months. For example: Deep Stress, Daily Immune

    Yes for most formulas diluting them in common drinks can improve taste, and will not compromise the formula's effect. Just use the recommended amount, and repeat if necessary for full effect. Please note that to receive the full effect of bitters, you must taste them and dilution is not recommended.

    It depends on the amount you are taking and frequency and this changes from formula to formula. But if you are taking 2-3 droppers, 4 times a day then a 1 oz. bottle will last roughly 2-3 days.

    We are all unique and herbs can work differently for different people. The usage instructions on the label are written to be applicable to a general population. However, that doesn't mean they are optimum for you and the discomforts you are experiencing (small vs. large body types for example). "As needed" means you should take the amount listed at a needed frequency until you feel the desired effect (paying attention to any maximum or frequency limitations listed).

    Most capsules either contain powdered, dry herbs, or a tiny bit of liquid extract (gel caps). Tablets are powdered herbs that are held together by pressure and other chemicals. The beauty of liquid extracts, or "tinctures," is that they absorb quickly and the body receives the full benefit of the plant in a very bio-available solution. Liquids also allow you to customize your serving freely so you can best meet your needs at the time. Liquids are inexpensive and easy to swallow. The droppers and pump top dispensers are also convenient for when you're on the go.

    Using a small amount of alcohol in the Pregnancy and Children's lines was a conscious decision. It enables us to keep the strength and efficaciousness of the formula intact but is also gentle and appropriate for women and children. Extracts made with only glycerine or water, limits the constituent profile. WishGarden's finished extract contains a minimal amount of alcohol, which, per serving, is at a very low dietary level (similar to what is found in kombucha and ripe bananas). You can also further reduce the alcohol content by stirring your droppers full, or pumps, into hot water or tea for a few minutes.

    We recommend that you avoid using the adult formulas while pregnant or breastfeeding unless advised to do so by your natural therapies practitioner.

    Many people enjoy mixing combinations; however, those with a complicated medical history or on prescription drugs should consult their natural therapies practitioner.

    Our products are gluten and dairy free. Most of our products are also free of soy and corn. The exception would be any formulas that contain cornsilk, including UTI Urinary, Growing Pains for Kids, Herbal Cal, and Kidney Strengthener. Catnip Oil Bug Spray contains soybean oil. Our Ear-Be-Well Ear Oil, Oh Baby! Oil, and Pregnant Belly Oil do contain almond oil.

    We source organic raw ingredients whenever possible, including any cultivated herbs used and the alcohol in the tinctures. Many of our raw herbs are also wildcrafted. However, our products are not currently USDA certified organic.

    Yes, we make a point to ensure that our raw ingredients are GMO-free. Most of the herbs we use are not at risk of being GMO. For ingredients that are at risk, they are almost always certified organic. Certified organic ingredients and product cannot, by law, contain GMO. For any non-organic at-risk ingredients, we do our best to insure that they are GMO free. However, our products do not currently have Non-GMO Verification or any other non-GMO certification.

    None of our formulas contain gluten. The pure Italian wheat-based grain alcohol we use leaves all gluten behind when distilled, and comes with a gluten-free test certificate. The only other grain used in any of the formulas is Milky Oats, which is sustainably harvested and sorted in a botanical house. It is not processed with, or contaminated by, other grains.

    Yes. Glycerin is also called glycerol and is a plant-based substance that is molecularly similar to alcohol. It belongs to the family of sugar alcohols, such as malitol, sorbitol, and xylitol, considered safe for diabetics.



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