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Introducing EchoEase tinnitus nasal aspirate. The nasal cavity is connected to the brain, and with eacoease Tinnitus Nasal Aspiration, it works vertically on the area where tinnitus occurs. No tinnitus - thanks to echoease.

Use echoease and finally stop the tinnitus - forever!
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Embarking on a Tinnitus-Free Journey and Getting Your Hearing Back


The brain needs a break, and sharp hearing is now more accessible and affordable!



How does echoease work? Tinnitus occurs in the limbic system of the brain, which is close to the ear. Ebselen is the main active ingredient in EchoEase. SPI-1005 is the main active ingredient in EchoEase. It effectively works on the area where tinnitus occurs and restores the damaged auditory nerve.

Results-oriented, user-oriented

Say goodbye to tinnitus and have a quiet day! If other tinnitus treatments such as patches, drops or sprays don't work, don't lose hope. echoease solves the core problem of experiencing a quiet day and deep sleep, improving daytime energy, relieving anxiety, and reclaiming your lost hearing!


The perfect treatment cycle proven in countless clinical trials

Mild Tinnitus - One to two bottles are recommended, each bottle should be used in a cycle of approximately 2-3 days.

Severe Tinnitus - 5 bottles for a full treatment cycle. This is your best choice. This is the choice of 95.7% of tinnitus sufferers.

Tinnitus causes hearing loss - thousands of tinnitus sufferers attest to this. People with severe tinnitus usually return to normal life after 2-3 treatments.

Key factors in tinnitus treatment


SPI-1005 (ebselen) is an organic compound with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can rotects the ear and nerve tissue from oxidative damage, treats tinnitus and enhances brain function and cognitive health.

Ginkgo Biloba & American Ginseng

Improves blood circulation, especially in the ear and brain, treats tinnitus and hearing loss, and promotes cognitive function and memory retention.

Licorice & Bamboo Leaf Oil

Licorice and bamboo leaf oil have anti-inflammatory properties that can treat ear pain and middle ear infections caused by tinnitus.

Witness the Truly Life-changing Results of 10,000+ EchoEase users

The safest and most effective way to say goodbye to tinnitus

EchoEase is ready to go right from the package - no tedious preparation steps!

Clean hands and nostrils; open the nasal aspirator package and rotate to remove the product.
Insert it vertically into your nostrils and take a deep breath.
Wipe the nozzle with a tissue and cover it with the lid. Note: Repeat the above steps 4-6 times daily.

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Our Commitment to Your Contentment

EchoEase stands by its promise of unparalleled quality and user satisfaction.


Your satisfaction is our top priority. If you are not completely satisfied after a full course of treatment, send it back to us for a full refund, no questions asked.


Founded online and rooted in American innovation, EchoEase is a tinnitus nasal aspirator reliever that represents the pinnacle of reliable design and craftsmanship.


Rest easy with our 24/7 customer support and make sure we're always here when you need us.


Although EchoEASE's origins are proudly from the United States, we ensure that every product undergoes rigorous quality control checks to ensure that only the best reaches you.


Free shipping on all eligible EchoEase orders. Because a quiet day shouldn't have hidden costs.


With every tinnitus sufferer relieved, we are getting closer to our goal: for millions of people to say goodbye to tinnitus!

Get your EchoEase today and get 70% off just for now!


Have a Question?


EchoEase is suitable for all genders and for anyone over the age of 18 who is bothered by tinnitus. If you have any of the following conditions:

  • Tinnitus

  • Hearing loss

  • Anxiety, sleep deprivation

Tinnitus is produced by the limbic system of the brain. The limbic system is close to the ear, so people mistakenly think that tinnitus is produced from the ear. As the nasal cavity is connected to the brain, EchoEase Nasal Inhalation works vertically on the tinnitus-producing areas of the brain to treat tinnitus at its root.

EchoEase will likely go a long way toward relieving your tinnitus - even if other methods don't work for you! Years of Linchpin data says that 98.7% of tinnitus sufferers have been cured by EchoEase.

The active ingredients in EchoEase not only work on the limbic system of the brain to relieve tinnitus, but also repair the damaged structure of the auditory nerve. People who use EchoEase usually feel that their hearing is getting sharper and sharper.

The exact duration needs to be determined by the extent of people's tinnitus. Usually tinnitus patients are cured after one full course of treatment (about 5 bottles). Severe cases usually require 2-3 treatments.

We designed the EchoEase so that it conforms perfectly to the structure of the human nasal cavity. You will not feel any discomfort during use.

EchoEase is made in the USA and has been proven safe and effective by the FDA and is manufactured in an FDA-registered, quality-controlled facility.

EchoEase offers free 30-day returns, which includes free return shipping.

Yes, we will send an invoice by email when your order has been placed and another when your order has been shipped. If you can not find our emails in your normal inbox, it is worth checking in your spam or junk mail folder.

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