Can You Cure Tinnitus with Enzyme Therapy?

Ear Pain Tinnitus

How to “Mute” the Roaring of  Tinnitus with Enzyme Therapy


Just a few minutes of research will show you American methods of treating most medical conditions are far behind much of the world.

For example, German researchers have been hot on the trail for cure for tinnitus – perception of noise or ringing in the ears – for decades.

And while US doctors have thrown in the towel, claiming “there is no cure”… the Germans already discovered a way to treat… and even reverse tinnitus.

The German doctor leading the charge?

Dr. Michael Schedler, M.D.

Dr. Schedler is an ear, nose and throat specialist that specializes in reconstructive surgery. He’s also a board-certified oncologist and he has used a revolutionary therapy to treat over 5,000 tinnitus sufferers.

The results?


In fact, many of Dr. Schedler’s patients had their tinnitus completely reversed. One patient was finally “liberated” from tinnitus after 17 years.

And that’s with no drugs, no surgery, and no “masking” the sounds.


With a simple tinnitus therapy that’s been used in Europe and Japan for decades… but overlooked (covered up you could even say) by American Mainstream Medicine and Big Pharma.

How does it work?

It works by protecting and repairing your ear’s “hair cells” with systemic enzyme therapy.

You’ll hear more about that in a second.

Ear CanalBut first, when you hear a noise – like your favorite song or your grandchild’s laugh – those sound waves travel through the ear canal.

Your ear’s hair cells grab onto the waves. They package those waves together into one single message. This message is sent to your brain’s auditory center through the auditory nerve.

Your brain reads and processes the message… and you hear the wonderful giggle of your grandchild, your favorite nighttime news anchor, or your spouse at dinner time.

But when those hair cells become damaged by loud noises, certain drugs (like NSAIDs), or chronic inflammation… they start to send faulty messages.

The wires get crossed… those hair cells send messages when there is no message to be sent… and you hear sounds that don’t exist.

These are the “phantom sounds” of tinnitus that drive 50 million Americans NUTS.

Now, most people solely blame loud sounds and hearing damage for tinnitus. And loud sounds can definitely be part of the problem.

Many veterans, retired carpenters, and musicians struggle with tinnitus. Yet, there are many people who suffer no hearing damage at all… yet still have tinnitus.

How can this be?

Well, Dr. Schedler – and other German scientists at the forefront of tinnitus research – have shifted the blame to a villain hiding in the shadows.

The REAL Cause of Tinnitus…

If you’re a long-time reader, then you’ve heard me talk about chronic inflammation.

Chronic inflammation is caused by toxins and chemicals in processed foods and our modern environment.

Studies have linked excess inflammation with almost every single disease and medical condition, all the way from joint pain to cancer.

Health experts have now linked chronic inflammation and tinnitus.

What we’ve learned is that, inflammation causes an essential part of your body’s “repair system” to go haywire.

Specifically, the production of a type of “scar tissue” used by your body to heal wounds.

That tissue is called fibrin.

Fibrin is an insoluble protein that acts as a first responder whenever your body is injured.

When the call for help goes out, fibrin molecules rush to the scene.

Shaped like long threads, each fibrin molecule interlaces to form a thin mesh around your wound.

This mesh is critical for trapping the platelets and red blood cells needed to form blood clots.

Without fibrin, even small wounds would just keep bleeding.

Fibrin mesh is the base material for clots, scabs, scars, and eventual healthy skin.

When everything is in perfect working order, the fibrin rushed to the injured site is returned to your body as you heal.

After a few days of repairs, your system sends in a second clean-up crew of enzymes to dissolve the excess fibrin and leave your muscles, nerves, and blood vessels just as they were before you were hurt.

The problem is – due to above mentioned environmental factors – your body manufactures more fibrin than it needs. This excess fibrin “gums up” the works.

Fibrin Trapping Blood CellsOver time, the fibrin molecules thicken and stiffen, forming scar tissue masses that can block blood vessels, interfere with muscle function, and lead to chronic inflammation.

Excess fibrin strands “strangle” your healthy red blood cells. This slows down the flow of blood, oxygen, and essential nutrients to all parts of your body – including your ear canals.  

But it gets even worse.

Studies show excess fibrin can transform your blood into a thick, sticky mess. So, not only are your blood vessels “closed off”… but that trickle of blood that does manage to seep through… is thick and goopy like motor oil.

The result?

Blocked blood vessels combined with goopy blood slow down your body’s healing processes. Your hair cells no longer attain the nutrients they need to repair themselves.

And when it comes to mainstream medicine coming up with a tinnitus solution that works… you can toss common sense out the window.

“Sorry. There’s No Cure For Tinnitus…”

As we all know, Western medicine prefers to treat symptoms instead of addressing the root cause of a problem…

Or doctors just assume we can’t be helped because we’re “older.”

While they haven’t developed any dangerous tinnitus drugs (yet!)… most mainstream MDs recommend hearing aids, counseling, or even anti-depressants to “numb” you from the annoyance of tinnitus.

Yet, many anti-depressants can make your tinnitus even worse. “Ringing in your ears” is often on the laundry list of side effects for popular anti-depressants.

Other solutions include using devices to “cover up” the ringing, hearing aids, and even plain old counseling to help you deal with emotions and anger surrounding tinnitus.

Again, NONE OF THESE get to the root cause. These solutions don’t stop the problem of “sticky blood” caused by fibrin overgrowth and inflammation.

The best way to “turn off” that ringing, buzzing or chirping… is to dissolve the excess fibrin… and improve blood and nutrient flow to fix those damaged ears.

So, how do you combat excess fibrin?

As I mentioned before, with the most powerful form of systemic enzyme therapy…

“Flip Off” the Bells & Whistles of Tinnitus with Proteolytic Enzymes

Their name?

Proteolytic enzymes.

And what do proteolytic enzymes do?

They help dissolve excess fibrin and scar tissue in the blood stream. They also recognize “bad” prostaglandins that cause excessive inflammation and dispose of them.

However, after about age 27, your body’s production of proteolytic enzymes falls off a cliff. And if that wasn’t bad enough…

Your body is not naturally equipped to dissolve the amount of fibrin created due to rampant inflammation from chemicals in our modern environment.

In other words, inflammation has “broken” your body’s system to produce ENOUGH proteolytic enzymes to dissolve hunks of massive fibrin overgrowth.

And it’s nearly impossible to replace your store of proteolytic enzymes through diet alone, even with a diet of only healthy, organic foods.

But you can safely and easily replace them through supplementation. And unlike many vitamins and drugs, you literally cannot get too many enzymes.

When one considers how helpful they are for reversing damage in your cardiovascular system… relieving joint pain… inflammation from diabetes… AND tinnitus…

It’s not just a “good idea” to find a high quality proteolytic enzyme supplement for daily use…

Heal-n-SootheIt’s essential.

There are a few proteolytic enzyme supplements on the market.

But you can get the world’s most potent proteolytic enzyme supplement right here at the Healthy Back Institute®.

It’s called Heal-n-Soothe®.

If you’re interested in “turning off” the rock concert blasting in your ears… sleep better at night… and get back to a peaceful, quiet existence…

Click here to learn more about how Heal-n-Soothe® can help you.

Filed Under: General Health, Proteolytic Systemic Enzymes
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Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT

Jesse is the co-founder and visionary CEO of The Healthy Back Institute®, the world-leading source of natural back pain solutions. His mission as a former back pain sufferer is to help others live pain free without surgery and pharmaceuticals.

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5 thoughts on “Can You Cure Tinnitus with Enzyme Therapy?”

  1. michael walli says:

    I have Tinnitus & mild diabetes

  2. Steven Ford says:

    I remember seeing a comment that I should discontinue the use of Heal-n-Sooth two weeks before scheduled surgery. I’m going to have a hernia repaired next week. I asked the surgeon about using proteolytic(sp?) enzymes and he wasn’t concerned. I have stopped using the enzymes. When should I start using them again?

  3. Steve says:

    Steven Ford,

    Yes that is correct, Please pause the HnS best if paused two weeks before any surgery…

    Steve HBI-Staff

  4. Kim Mensman says:

    I suffered back pain from fall at work. Years and lots of pain later, surgery, fractured back bone. After surgery I was much better. But years after that, developed a shocking pain in butt cheek. Dr said, more surgery might be needed. I found H-n-S and my butt pain stopped. Ears still ring when I overdo and pain is high. Nice to know H-n-S will help this also. For me herbs are better than pain pill. Thanks

  5. DavidB says:

    Nice to find people connecting enzymes to tinnitus. It took me 2 years to figure this out after my gall bladder was removed. I went down the path of protein digestion (since I couldn’t digest as well without the gall bladder). I believe that the real inflammation problem is with any gland that secrets fluid. And your inner ear needs fluid to operate properly. Dry eyes, mouth, etc, all connected.

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