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God you're the stupidest motherfucker alive. If you burn the candle outside of your ear, it gives the same waxy residue. It would rip your eardrum out if it created that much suction. Let me repeat- you are fucking stupid. The human body does not work that way. You really should have been forced to take biology in school.
"When the candle had burned down to two inches we snuffed it and examined the treated ear with the otoscope. No change, except that possibly the wax was dented where the candle had been stuck in. Upon slicing open the candle stub, however, we found a considerable quantity of brown wax and whitish powder. The manual had the audacity to intimate that the powder was candida yeast extracted from the ear, conceding that possibly "1% to 10%" was from the used candle. The disappointed MDs were more inclined to say it was 100 percent, but just to be sure we burned another candle in the open air. When we sliced it open we found wax and powder identical to that in the first. Conclusion: it's a hoax. Ain't it always the way? Maybe we're not doing enemas anymore, but we're winding up with the same old stuff."
Seriously, be ashamed at your gullibility.
I've used the hydrogen peroxide method ever since I was a kid. I've also been told about putting a few drops of oil (mineral oil, etc) to soften up any built up earwax.
If there's a good chunk of wax in there then a few drops of hydrogen peroxide isn't going to clear it all out. It doesn't mean there's something "really wrong" in there. Getting the ears irrigated at the doctor's office (usually performed by a nurse/assist/etc.) is quick and usually painless (unless they mess up the temp of the water). No need to scare people.
Too much glycerin or too much hydrogen peroxide won't hurt you at all. Ear candling probably won't either, unless someone sees you doing it and hits you with a stick for being a dumbass.