Zapping an Earache Away

We’ve had a really fun weekend with friends, carving pumpkins and roasting marshmallows on a fire outdoors. Then suddenly last night my daughter woke up crying and clutching her ear.

My first response is to set her up with a Hulda Clark Zapper. She zapped, holding it close to her ear and under her jaw. I also gave her some echinacea and brought her a warm washcloth to comfort the ear that hurts. Pretty soon my husband was up too and set her up with a hot water bottle to replace the washcloth. Within half an hour she was asleep again.

I tried to imagine the same situation if I didn’t have a Hulda Clark Zapper.

I grew up in the tropics. I never had an earache as a child. I once had a mosquito enter my ear, but that’s a whole different story. My husband grew up here in Maine, and told me he constantly had earaches. He remembers staying up all night, 6 to 7 hours of crying in pain, with only a hot water bottle for comfort.

A while back in conversation with a dad at a playground, he told me how glad he was he had health insurance because of how often he had to take his children to the emergency room for fevers and ear infections. Getting a crying child bundled up and in the car to go to the emergency room, where she has to wait to get treated with antibiotics is pretty extreme for something as common as an ear infection. Antibiotics also do not provide immediate relief. According to most medical websites I consulted, doctors prescribe ear drops and recommend an over-the-counter pain reliever for kids.

Personally I would hate to do this to my kid. First off I think hospitals are a good source of secondary infection. You come in with one problem and leave with more. Next, I don’t like drugs. Even the ones doctors prescribe have a level of toxicity. That’s why doctors have to control them with a prescription. Then of course, there is the threat of antibiotic-resistant pathogens we cannot anymore ignore. And finally, going to the ER is so stressful at a time when a child most needs to rest.

The Hulda Clark Zapper has allowed me to take care of my family in the comfort of our home, quickly, painlessly and effectively. I am so grateful to have it in my life.

(Disclosure: I am owner/manager of and we sell zappers. My husband and I have been zapping since 1997, and in 1999 we began selling zappers because we believe in its benefits. I feel really lucky to have found the zapper as a solution to many of my family’s health problems. I’ve spoken openly about zapping long before we started selling them. My testimonial above is my own personal experience with the zapper, and is not intended as a medical claim.)

2 responses to “Zapping an Earache Away”

  1. Thanks for your informative anecdotal info.
    Just looked on sales website. Why do you sell parasite cleanse in gelatin capsules? Gelatin is bovine or porcine so vegans/vegetarians cannot buy: and gelatin would be from factory “farmed” animals fed hormones and antibiotics etc.

    can you not find a company selling vegetarian/vegan, (organic?)?

    And a strap-on zapper would be awesome!!
    Happy trails

    • In the past Hulda Clark regarded vegetarian/vegan capsules with suspicion due to the manufacturing process. We are looking into it now, as we have made progress in this regard. As for strap-on zapper, there is still no conductive material to this day that comes close to copper, so we do not want to waste voltage on poor conductance. Copper it still is!

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