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CauliBuds Compression Kit

von CauliBuds
Original price €39,00 - Original price €39,00
Original price
€39,00 - €39,00
Current price €39,00
CauliBuds sind Neodym-Magnete, die mit einem Silikonmaterial bedeckt sind. Sie werden zur Vorbeugung und Behandlung von Blumenkohlohren eingesetzt.

Durch Platzieren eines Magneten auf jeder Seite der abgelassenen / geschwollenen Stelle komprimieren die Magnete den Bereich, der sonst anschwellen und das Blumenkohlohr verursachen würde.

Das CauliBuds-Komprimierungskit enthält:
- Großer Magnetsatz
- Kleiner Magnetsatz
- Vorratsbehälter
- 2 sterilisierende Alkoholtücher
- Anweisungen

Warnung: Neodym-Magnete können Herzschrittmacher, ICDs und andere implantierte medizinische Geräte stören.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Steffen Rasmussen
Works super!

They work great!
I took them out after 48 hours and the fluid came back. I would recommend keeping them on at least 5 days.
They really saved my ears!! Thaaank you !

Shirley Burke

Excellent product. My sons cauliflower ear was drained twice and no matter what the doctor did re pressure they refilled. On third draining we used the caulibuds and his ear is perfect. Would highly recommend these. Can’t rate them enough. More people need to know about them.

Caulibuds are the best cure for preventing cauliflower ear

I got swelling on the ear from BJJ and had to get my ear drained three times. A doctor sliced open the ear to help drain in it and then sewed gauze either side to help keep it compressed. This went on for a few weeks with the ear re-swelling after each treatment. All of it pretty uncomfortable.

Jan from BJJ Fightgear helped me get caulibids within 3 days from ordering into the UK which was much appreciated.

The buds themselves removed the swelling within 24 hours and it hasn't recurred since.

Highly recommend the buds. I'm no longer stressed about my ears as I continue to train BJJ.

They work

You could wear probably wear the big ones the whole day if the ear is not in pain, but usually isn't the case. However, 3 days after being drained, they work perfectly under my ear protection to avoid new blood coming into the ear during rolling sessions. The small ones fit in the inside of the ear but I use them in the outside part for running or conditioning training. I tried normal neodymium magnets before but they hurt. If blood keeps coming intoo the ear use a bandage better the first days while no training, use Caulibuds during the training and cold and bandage again after the training. That worked for me.