Mouth Sores Natural Remedy & Treatment (BM115)
STOMATITIS - MOUTH SORES
Recurrent painful stomatitis. Bad breath, soreness, white coated tongue, sodium lauryl sulphate mouth allergy which usually happens due to tooth paste and mouth wash formulations. Stomatitis due to excessive use of drugs, unsuited foods and drinks. Millions of people suffer from the painful mouth ulcers called aphthous stomatitis. Although many causes are known, and there are few effective treatments. A blister forms in the mouth and the top is quickly sloughed off, leaving a punched out whitish circular area that hurts to touch, particularly when food is in the mouth. Among the causes are infections including herpes, cytomegalovirus, yeast, and other viruses that have not even been characterized. They can also be caused by an autoimmune reaction in which a person’s own immunity causes the blister to form. It has also been reported an allergy to chemicals in toothpastes and mouth washes. No studies have isolated bacteria or virus often enough to blame them. Canker sores are a type of mouth ulcer. Some of the medical terms used to refer to canker sores are recurrent minor aphthous ulcers and recurrent minor aphthous stomatitis. Canker sores are the most commonly occurring type of mouth ulcers.
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS IN MOUTH SORES REMEDY
BoraxD100 100C, CapsicumD100 100C, CondurangoD6 60C, Hydrastis MurD3 30C, Kali PermanganatumD3 30C, Merc SolD100 100C, Nitric AcidD100 100C, Sulphuric AcidD100 100C
NON ACTIVE INGREDIENTS
HOW TO USE THIS PRODUCT
Take 10-15 drops 3-4 times a day in 8 oz of water. If you weigh less than 100lbs use half a dose or take as prescribed.
30mL approximately a 1 month supply when used as recommended
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