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Herbal Cure For Mouth Sores

Posted on August 12, 2017 | No Comments on Herbal Cure For Mouth Sores

Mouth sores are one of the most painful and discomforting of all the wounds. It won’t allow you to eat and drink properly. Even talking seems to be a struggle. Sadly, there isn’t known cause for mouth ulcers. Some research say that mouth sores are common to those who has vitamin c deficiency, though that’s yet to be proven. There are certain meds available in the market to cure mouth sores, but the good news is, you may have the herbal solution right in your kitchen.

Coconut Oil. You can never really go wrong with coconut oil. With its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial property (not to mention it’s also food), this is one of the safest cure for mouth sores. All you need to do is to apply a liberal amount of coconut oil into the sore, either by using your clean finger or a cotton swab. Do this two to three times a day until the mouth sore is gone.

Honey. Raw organic honey proves to be effective in treating mouth sores as well. Just like coconut oil, it also has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, thus giving a soothing and healing effect to the mouth sore. Just gargle some warm water first before dabbing a liberal amount of raw honey directly to the sore and repeat the process two to three times a day until the sore heals completely.

Aloe Rinse. If aloe-vera skin moisturizers have soothing effects on the skin (especially sunburns), the gel from this incredible plant has the same effect when applied to the mouth sore. Just make sure to use the natural aloe gel to get the desired effect. Mix one table spoon of the natural gel to one tablespoon and water and gargle. Repeat the process three times a day to enable healing.

Warm Salt Water. This can be considered as one of the universal natural medicine for all kinds of wounds. Notice the wounds in your skin are somehow healed, if not completely, after bathing in the beach. Salt draws out water from the wounds, therefore, the pain that this excess water causes, somehow vanishes. It also keeps the area clean while the warm water will give that soothing effect. Just mix ½ teaspoon of salt to ¼ cup of warm water and gargle it three times a day.

See? You don’t have to endure the painful meal brought about by these mouth sores. You don’t even have to rush to the pharmacy or the convenience store to look for relief. You just have to raid the kitchen and see what’s available on all the things listed above.

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