Canker sores are recurrent and usually occur between the ages of 10 and 40 years. Females are more susceptible to canker sores than men, as the latest statics shows.
The affection begins with small, red spots of varying sizes. These may disappear after a few hours or may develop in the form of vesicles that may cause elongated or globular ulceration which, after healing, doesn’t leave scarring.
Get rid of canker sores with clay
Clay-based mouthwash has a beneficial effect in getting rid of canker sores because it retains organic substances with toxic action, rebuilds the oral mucosa, and makes parasite bacteria and other fungi from the oral cavity to become harmless.
– 2 tablespoons of clay
– half a liter of water
How to prepare:
Add the above clay quantity in the water, and let it stand for 8 hours. Before use, mix the mixture, rinse the mouth for a few minutes, and then spit it out. It is recommended that the treatment to be followed for 30 days, even if the canker sores disappeared.
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