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WHAT IS
STREPTOKILL?

Streptokill is 100% natural nevertheless the more effective killer of streptococci, other bacteria and mould. It uses primarily the astringent effect of tannins extracted from oak. These are specially concentrated in Streptokill and achieve exceptional anti-inflammatory effects supported by other natural extracts contained in Streptokill.

Earache

Dosage of Streptokill for earache
Application of undiluted Streptokill in an inflamed ear can be quite painful. Generally speaking, the stronger the inflammation is, the greater the pain would be. The pain indicates that Streptokill fights the inflammation and increased intensity of the pain usually lasts few seconds up to one minute. If you apply Streptokill in a healthy ear you will probably not feel any pain at all. It is the same if you apply Streptokill in mouth, when tonsils are healthy you do not feel any pain, if there are streptococci or any other inflammation, Streptokill causes pain as it is acting against the bacteria.

For the aforementioned reasons, we recommend to apply diluted Streptokill in an ear. Spray 1 part (20 sprays = ca. 2 ml) of Streptokill in a small glass, then add 3 parts of water (teaspoon = ca. 6 ml). Soak a piece of cotton in such diluted Streptokill and insert it into the ear.

It is also possible to drop few drops of diluted Streptokill directly into the inner ear. Then, it is advisable to swallow several times, helping to get the drops as far as possible inside the middle ear which helps Streptokill to get in close contact with the inflammation.

The next application, you can try to apply Streptokill less diluted or undiluted. Due to the effects of the previously applied diluted Streptokill the pain should be far weaker than if the undiluted Streptokill was applied straight away.

To spray Streptokill into your own ear with the oral spray applicator is not recommended as it could cause too much unpleasant pressure on the inner ear. However if you ask another person to apply Streptokill into your ear with the oral applicator while making sure the applicator will not get in direct contact with your ear then it is an easy way how to get few drops of Streptokill directly into your ear.

If multiple applications or Streptokill do not improve your symptoms then be sure to visit your doctor if you have not already done so.

 

Earache

Earache is more often experienced by children, but it can also affect adults. It affects one or both ears. Pain can be dull, sharp or burning. Sometimes is persistent or it can change intensity. It can be caused by several factors.

Causes:
Most common cause is the inflammation of the ear, buildup of earwax, change of altitude, inflamed throat, tonsillitis, nose inflammation, foreign object inside the ear, accumulation of liquid deep inside the eardrum, ruptured eardrum, and problems with wisdom teeth.

Symptoms:
- pain range from mild to strong

- discharge of thick yellow or bloody liquid from the ear

- fever

- sleeplessness

- loss of appetite

- problem with vertigo

- lowered hearing

Treatment:
It is very important to establish the reason for the earache. Sometimes it is enough to administer painkillers (ibuprofen, panadol) that can be purchased over the counter. When inflammation is in place, doctor usually prescribes antibiotics.

Diluted STREPTOKILL can be sprayed inside the ear canal.

When inflammation isn't the cause, you can relieve the pain by applying warm towel, warm bean bag or hot water bottle. When discharge is present, wash the outer ear with soapy water and towel.

Prevention:
To prevent an earache or its inflammation, keep your ear dry. For example after swimming or bathing dry your ear carefully with towel, cotton or electric fan.

Never clean inside your ear with pointy, sharp objects that could damage the eardrum.

Prevent colds or infection of upper respiratory tract.

WHERE STREPTOKILL HELPS
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