Ring Relief® – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: What is Ring Relief®?

A: Ring Relief® is a family of two products: Ring Relief® Ear Drops and Ring Relief® Fast Dissolving Tablets™. These products have active ingredients which are selected to address unexplained sounds in the ears and associated ear discomfort.

Q: How does Ring Relief® work?

A: Ring Relief® works via the traditional homeopathic mode of action, which is that it utilizes small amounts (micro-dilutions) of ingredients which would cause in a larger dose – ringing, buzzing, clicking or other unexplained and irritating noises. These ingredients in a micro-dilution gently assist the immune system to address these symptoms.

Q: Should I see a doctor?

A: Ringing in the ears can be caused by many different factors. The sounds can be very light up to a very disturbing roar. According to the American Tinnitus Association, approximately 50 million Americans are affected by these symptoms. Since this condition may indicate the presence of other conditions, you should see an ear specialist to rule out a serious condition.

Q: How long should I use Ring Relief® before getting relief?

A: Every individual is different and results will vary from person to person. Though relief sometimes is seen within a matter of a days, generally results will be very gradually noticed between a few weeks to several months.

Q: What adverse reactions, drug interactions, contra-indications, or possible complications are there?

A: Only one: people with ear tubes or other ear drum perforations cannot use the drops. Otherwise, homeopathic remedies have a 200 year history of having no known adverse reactions or complications. They are okay both for adults and children over the age of 12. USE ONLY AFTER DIAGNOSIS BY A PHYSICIAN. A physician should always be consulted to rule out dangerous causes. Initial worsening of symptoms may occur, a situation known as healing aggravation. If this occurs, discontinue use until symptoms subside, then resume use.

These statements are based upon traditional homeopathic practice. They have not been reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration. Homeopathic remedies are not guaranteed and may not be effective for everyone. Use these products after diagnosis by a physician and under the supervision of a physician.