Ayurveda/hearing loss


I am 64 yrs old retired govt.employee. But still working after retirement in govt.office on contract basis. I got hearing loss since last 2 years. Recently Dr.tested and told there is a hearing loss of 60 and 70% in right and left years respectively. it is moderative and caused due to week nerves and there is no other alternative except using hearing aids.

As I am still working, I am not interested in using hearing aids feeling that it may affect on my working. Hence suggest me if any aurvedic medicines for the same. ...........murthy

To be true i am not sure that you will recover from this problem with medicines. But you can try this for one months only.
Saaribadi vati 2 tab twice a day with water.
Ksheer bala 101 cap- 2 caps twice a day with milk.
Ksheer bala 101 oil- 4 drops in each nostril at bed time.


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