I know this has been discussed before. I’ve even chimed in on the subject in times past. But I want the most current thinking on the subject, about what, if anything, has worked for you. My background: I never used ear protection when shooting until I was in my late 20s/early 30s. I used to drive a bulk oil tanker, delivering to machine shops, drilling rigs and refineries. The company I drove for didn’t provide ear protection, so I eventually bought ear plugs myself. I didn’t play out/gig before the year 2000, didn’t own an electric guitar until 2008, so my problem was not caused by rocking out in a power trio or anything like that. My tinnitus came primarily from a side effect of quinine. I contracted malaria in Papua New Guinea in late 1985 or early 1986. I had taken a ride in a dugout canoe on the Sepik River in the East Sepik Province, to retrieve a gravely ill old man from his village on the banks of the Sepik. On that river, I was eaten alive by mosquitos. By the time I got back home, I had so many bites I looked like I had the measles, and shortly thereafter, had an outbreak of malaria. Then, about a year later back in Texas, despite having gone through an eradication regimen with various derivatives of quinine, I had another malarial outbreak. The doctors couldn’t diagnose it. I told them what it was, but of course they couldn’t let me self-diagnose for liability reasons. It took 6 days (sending my blood work to an infectious disease specialist in San Antonio) to get the diagnosis that I already knew: malaria. They then treated me with straight quinine, not some derivative thereof, and the dosage was strong, and for a protracted period. Tinnitus and/or hearing impairment are common side effects to quinine, and that’s what gave me my tinnitus. So I’ve had tinnitus since 1987, and for the better part of 30 years, I just lived with it. I’d notice it if I thought about it, and under certain conditions it affected what I could hear of conversations. However, in the last few years, it’s gotten worse, more noticeable in my left ear. I’m getting concerned about it affecting my ability to perform, particularly my singing. So I’m very interested in what my fellow TDPRI members/tinnitus sufferers have tried in the way of remedies. I’m not interested in any pharmaceutical claims, or any devices or techniques that simply try to mask the symptoms or distract me from it. Have you tried any natural, herbal or vitamin supplements that have actually helped?