How You Can Remove Tonsil Stones Safely Without Surgery
To alleviate the symptoms associated with tonsils stones (bad breath, sore throat, ear pain, etc.) you may be wondering how to remove tonsil stones without naturally. In this article I’m going to show you three popular and effective methods for removing your tonsil stones without surgery. Surgery is expensive and getting a tonsillectomy can actually decrease your immune system. There are many natural home remedies to cure tonsil stones that surgery is often not needed.
There are many natural ways to get rid of tonsil stones (tonsillolith). So let’s get to it, I’m going to show you how to remove tonsil stones using three non-surgical methods.
1. Medicine Dropper
A natural way to remove tonsillolith is via a medicine dropper. This method can be an effective removal method for small tonsil stones. The medicine dropper method isn’t as effective for removing large tonsil stones. If you’re going to use this method, it’s recommended that you use a medicine dropper that has a small eye or a curved tip.
A small-eyed dropper is more effective for sucking the stones out compared than the dropper with a larger eye.
A curved tip medicine dropper will provide you with more control when trying to suck the tonsil stones out.
It’s worth giving the method a try as it’s worked for many people suffering with tonsillolith. With this method, sometimes it doesn’t work immediately to remove the tonsil stones, but instead it loosen the tonsil stones from the tonsil crypt causing the stones to eventually come off.
Another method for removing tonsil stones naturally is through oral irrigation. Making use of a small stream of water pulsating with strong pressure can be effective tonsil stone removal method. Not only will the stones be removed because of the strong pressure but the tonsil crypts will also be cleaned. There are cases where the tonsil stones were removed permanently with after this procedure.
3. Cotton Swab
Many people that want to know how to remove tonsil stones do research and eventually hear about someone that has removed their tonsil stones by using a cotton swab. While this method does work for some people, it can also backfire on you. Many people have given themselves an infection using this method.
This method involves poking the stones until they are pushed out from the tonsil crypt (not into it). Some people use a toothbrush instead of a cotton swab.
These three methods are quite effective for removing tonsil stones. If you are having trouble with these methods, and need more instruction I suggest have a look at my ebook Fast Tonsil Stones Cure. I’ve tried every single remedy you can think of over the course of two years. I know what WORKS and what DOESN’T WORK.