Ear cleaning solution for ear infections
How to Clean Your Cat’s Ears?
The recipe for yeast or fungal infection in the ears of cats is as follows:
- 1 pint of wintergreen alcohol
- 2 Tablespoons of Boric Acid (powder). MIX WELL UNTIL COMPLETELY DISOLVED.
- 2 Tablespoons of Glycerin
All these ingredients are available at Amazon on the shelf.
|Swan Isopropyl Alcohol|
|Boric Acid Powder, 6 oz|
|Essential Depot Glycerin Vegetable Kosher|
Use sterile cotton ball dipped in this and squeeze it out into the ear while massaging under the ear vigorously. The dog or cat will shake their heads and debris will come out – so best to do it in an area you can wash (shower?) or for dogs – outdoors. Disgard the cotton ball.
Treat with only sterile cotton balls.
- The alcohol drys the ear canal
- The boric acid kills the fungus and yeast
- The glycerin causes the mixture to adhere to the ear canal.
10 days/once per day – cures it. This is what all professional gun dog owners and breeders use and it works like a charm. Remember that moisture is the enemy and fungus and yeast thrive in a dark, moist environment. Whenever you bath your cat – plug the ears with sterile cotton balls so that moisture will not get into the ears. Do not put all that sticky, gooey, oily stuff into their ears that veterinarians like to prescribe. There is one particularly nasty yellowish substance in a tube that is regularly prescribed, and the warning label on it says not to get it on your fingers or hands – kind of tells you that it is a nasty unsafe substance.