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Thursday, July 30, 2009

Canker Sore or Mouth Ulcer Treatment Remedies To Relieve Pain

Top three remedies for canker sore treatment to relieve pain. The remedies help relieve the pain and speed up the healing process of canker sores/cold sores/mouth ulcers.

Different names: Canker Sore, aphthous ulcer, oral ulcer, aphthous stomatitis, Sutton's Disease
Don't know what a canker sore is? Read the Wiki here.

1) Fast Treatment: I found this to be very painful but very effective. Take a pinch of brown sugar and apply it to the infected area. Repeat two to three times to make sure it stays there and leave it there. Do this after brushing your teeth before going to bed and after breakfast. Brown sugar sucks the acid out allowing it to heal.

2) Fast Treatment: Take a glass of hot water and salt which most of you may already know and add a piece of alum salt rock. In my family we buy alum at the local Indian grocery store and it is a natural antibiotic salt rock which can heal many cuts and wounds. Once you have the hot water and salt, drop the piece of alum in there and gargle with it (do not swallow the water). Repeat this multiple times throughout the day.

3) Pain Relief: It's very hard to eat or drink water so to relieve the pain temporarily I would recommend using Zilactin B. I have used Oragel, Anbesol, Cloraseptic but none of those work anywhere close to Zilactin B.

Here is a page that provides more steps you can take if my recommendations did not work out for you: http://www.wikihow.com/Treat-Canker-Sores-or-Mouth-Ulcers
(Thanks Judy for finding this link)

What are other remedies that have helped you? Share your input as I get these once a month.

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