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Over 15% of people worldwide experience some form of tinnitus


This comprehensive formula provides key nutrients and herbs that specifically help to relieve symptoms of tinnitus, especially acute and chronic tinnitus related to poor cerebral circulation, adrenal depletion, nutrient deficiency and congestion.

The nutrients included are essential for healthy functioning of the inner ear (where tinnitus typically originates). The herbal extracts contained in this formula are specifically recommended for tinnitus and are based on current clinical research findings as well as traditional Chinese Medicine concepts.

Whilst the focus of VitaEar™ is to support individuals experiencing tinnitus, it may also assist with symptoms of vertigo and hearing loss.

Ginkgo biloba is a herb that is known to promote circulation to the head area. Dong Quai (Angelica sinensis) tonifies the blood and is traditionally recommended for patterns of ‘blood deficiency’including tinnitus. Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa) is traditionally used for tinnitus, it is an adrenal tonic, adaptogen and promotes blood production.

The nutrients included in VitaEar help to provide support to the inner ear. In particular, Thiamine (B1), Ribofl avin (B2), Niacin (B3), Pyridoxine (B6) and Cyanobalamin (B12), Magnesium, Manganese and Zinc. Supplementation with B vitamins has shown to improve tinnitus, particularly the use of B12, B6 and B5.

Magnesium supplementation has been shown to prevent noise-induced hearing loss. Iron deficiency may contribute to the onset of tinnitus.

Antioxidant nutrients in this formula (vitamins A, C, E and the minerals, Zinc and Manganese) help to prevent any free radical damage that may contribute to cellular aging possibly occurring in the inner ear and surrounding areas. Folate, vitamins B6 and B12 in this formula help to support methylation reactions. Methylation reactions are required to ‘recycle’ cells as we age and, together with antioxidants, help to slow down cellular aging that may be occurring in the inner ear and surrounding areas.


Healthy circulation to the ear is just as important as correct nutrition. Theories as to the cause of tinnitus in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) show that ‘blood deficiency’ or ‘stagnation’ or ‘congestion’, in combination with nutrient depletion is linked with chronic tinnitus. Specific Chinese herbs that ‘nourish the blood’, strengthen the body and improve its nutrition are traditionally used for tinnitus related to problems with circulation. Scientific research with Ginkgo biloba also supports this theory, with research generally agreeing that Ginkgo is an option for tinnitus that has occurred as a result of cerebral vascular insufficiency, or problems with circulation to the head area.




• A Standardized 50:1 concentrated extract of Ginkgo biloba containing 6% bilobalides and 24% ginkgofl avonglycosides. Clinical research supports the effectiveness of this extract in relieving tinnitus, especially tinnitus linked with cerebral vascular insufficiency.
• A standardized 10:1 concentrated extract of Dong quai (Angelica sinensis), containing >1% ligustilide.
• A concentrated extract of Rehmannia.
• Natural form of vitamin E (d alpha tocopheryl acetate).
• Effectively absorbed mineral forms.
• Encapsulation allows for avoidance of excessive excipients.


• Encapsulation
• Available as bulk or packaged
• Packaged in units of 60
• Packaged in white HDPE tampertell bottle
• Co-branding available


Serving size: 2 Capsules
Servings per container: 30
Amount per serving % Daily Value
Vitamin A (as retinyl palmitate)
2,000 IU
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)
100 mg
Vitamin D (as cholecalciferol)
400 IU
Vitamin E (Natural vitamin E as d-alph atocopheryl acid succinate)
60 IU
Thiamin (as thiamin nitrate)
25 mg
Niacin (as nicotinamide)
20 mg
Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine hydrochloride)
50 mg
Folic acid
200 mcg
Vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin)
100 mcg
Pantothenic acid (as calcium pantothenate)
50 mg
Iron (from ferrous phosphate)
10 mg
Magnesium (elemental) (from magnesium citrate)
12 mg
Zinc (from zinc gluconate)
10 mg
Manganese (from manganese sulfate)
10 mg
Proprietary blend
754 mg
Ginkgo (Gingko biloba) dry leaf extract
Smooth angelica (Angelica polymorpha) dry root extract
Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa) dry root extract
*Daily value not established    
Other Ingredients:
Gelatin, Calcium hydrogen phosphate, Silica colloidal anhydrous, Magnesium stearate, Cellulose-microcrystalline

Recommended Adult Dosage
Take 1 tablet twice a day with meals.

Ingredient Action
Gingko biloba

• Promotes circulation to the head area.
• Improves tinnitus symptoms especially symptoms linked to cerebral vascular insufficiency.

Dong Quai • Tonifies the blood.
• Traditionally used for symptoms of ‘blood deficiency’ including tinnitus.
Rehmannia • Used for tinnitus
• Adrenal tonic and adaptogen.
• Promotes blood production and used for anaemia.
• Used for inflammatory conditions involving the immune system
Magnesium • Prevents noise-induced hearing loss.
Manganese and Zinc • Antioxidant nutrients prevent free radical damage causing
cellular aging in the inner ear and surrounding areas.
Iron • Iron deficiency may contribute to the onset of tinnitus.
B Complex • Support to the inner ear and healthy nervous system function.
• B12, B6 and B5 have been shown to improve symptoms of tinnitus.
• Support methylation reactions particularly, folate, B6 and B12.
Vitamins A, C, E • Antioxidants A, C, E, prevent free radical damage causing
cellular aging in the inner ear and surrounding areas.
• Vitamin C combined with B5 and B6 supports adrenal function


• Bensky D and Gamble A 1993, Chinese Herbal Medicine: Materia Medica, Revised Edition,. Eastland Press, Seattle, Washington, USA.
• Bone, K. 1996, Clinical Applications of Ayurvedic and Chinese Herbs. Phytotherapy Press, Warwick, Queensland, Australia.
• Drew S and Davies E, ‘Effectiveness of Gingko bilobain treating tinnitus: double-blind placebo controlled trial’, British Medical Journal, 2001:322:1-6.
• Ernst E and Stevinson C, ‘Gingko biloba for tinnitus: a review’, Clinical Otolaryngol., 1999:24:164-167.
• Holgers, K, Axelsson, A, Pringle, I, ‘Gingko biloba Extract for the Treatment of Tinnitus’, Audiology, 1994:33:85-92.
• Null G 2005, The Complete Encyclopedia of Natural Healing: A comprehensive A-Z listing of common and chronic illnesses and their proven natural treatments, Bottom Line Books, USA.

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This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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