Canker Sore Treatments to Help Relieve Your Pain

Canker Sore Treatments to Help Relieve Your Pain

For most people, canker sore treatment options can be easily concocted by simply opening your kitchen cupboard or medicine cabinet. Fortunately, in most cases treatment by a medical professional isn’t necessary. These small ulcers that can appear inside the mouth can cause considerably pain but they are not dangerous. Most sores will heal by themselves…

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Canker-Rid: Does It Really Work?

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I am always on the lookout for new products and treatments that can reduce canker sore pain and help them heal faster.  Mouth sore suffers just want to be able to eat, talk and swallow without pain. One remedy that I have found to be…

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Wild Oregano Oil Can Help Zap Your Mouth Sores

Wild Oregano Oil Can Help Zap Your Mouth Sores

Wild Oregano Oil (Origanum vulgare) is my go-to remedy for all sort of ailments, including canker sores. It’s a potent anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-parasitic and antioxidant with many uses. Due to its antioxidant characteristics, it may also help reduce inflammation, which is key when you are…

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Are Canker Sores Hereditary?

For some, getting canker sores may run in the family

There may be something to the theory that canker sores run in the family.  About 30 to 40 percent of those who experience frequent mouth sores, referred to as recurrent…

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Top Supplements to Help Canker Sore Sufferers

Top Supplements to Help Canker Sore Sufferers

I see so many questions online about how to heal a canker sore, also known as an aphthous ulcer, but not many that deal with preventing them from occurring in…

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Magic Mouthwash for Canker Sores

Magic Mouthwash for Canker Sores

Often known as Duke’s Magic Mouthwash because the original recipe was first developed at Duke University, this special concoction may help relieve the pain and inflammation of severe mouth sores.…

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