A customer asks: Is there a way of placing ear seeds to stimulate the saliva gland? Is there a chart showing how to place the seeds?
Hey there! Thanks for reaching out and asking about ear seed placement for saliva gland. We’re glad you’re interested in learning more about this topic and we’re happy to help.
Here’s the deal: ear seeds are small, round pellets that are placed on specific points on the ear. These points correspond to different areas of the body and can be used to help alleviate a variety of health concerns, including dry mouth and increased saliva production.
So, to answer your question, yes, there is a way to place ear seeds to stimulate the saliva gland. In fact, there are a few different points on the ear that can be used to do this. You will find the most commonly used set of points in the ear chart below.
To use ear seeds for saliva gland stimulation, simply place one seed on each point and gently press them into place. You can then leave the seeds in place for a few days, or until they fall out on their own. The ear seed placement for saliva gland is a natural, non-invasive way of stimulating the saliva gland.
It’s also worth noting that acupressure can also be used as an effective natural remedy for increased saliva production. To do this, you can use the acupoint, S-17, which can be found on both sides of the head. Turn your head to one side, and you will notice the big muscle from the back of your ear. The acupoint is located between this muscle and your jaw. This acupoint can be stimulated by applying constant pressure with the index finger tips for at least one minute. It can be used to treat a variety of ear-related conditions, such as dizziness, vertigo, nausea, deafness, tinnitus, ear irritation, swelling, and discharge.
We hope this helps and provides you with some helpful tips for ear seed therapy for dry mouth, and natural remedies for increased saliva production. Please feel free to reach out if you have any other questions. We love hearing from our readers and are always happy to help in any way we can. Happy ear seed-ing!