Herbal supplements for tinnitus, such as Magnalife, are not supported by scientific evidence, according to Mayo Clinic. As of 2015, prescription medications cannot cure tinnitus, but they can help reduce the severity of symptoms. White noise machines, masking devices and treating the underlying cause of the tinnitus can sometimes help.
Certain medications can cause tinnitus, states Mayo Clinic. Changing medication, removing earwax and treating blood vessel conditions may help reduce tinnitus. A treatment called transcranial magnetic stimulation, also known as TMS, effectively reduces tinnitus symptoms for some people, although it is more commonly used in Europe than the United States.