Mouth ulcers result from a number of causes: sometimes they are due to a harsh detergent used in the dishwasher, or not rinsing the dishes properly after washing up; sometimes to a scratch from eating a particular food or brushing your teeth too vigorously. On other occasions the frequent presence of mouth ulcers points towards a weakened immune system or even a serious dysfunction of the digestive system, in which case you should seek professional advice.
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All the gargles below are suitable for children over 4 years old.
• Gargle with chamomile tea every hour for 1-2 minutes until you feel an improvement. For precautions see post 47.
• Gargle with calendula tea every hour for 1-2 minutes until you feel an improvement. For precautions see post 114.
• Gargle with sage tea every 2 hours for 1 minute until you feel an improvement.
GARGLE WITH PROPOLIS TINCTURE DILUTED IN WATER To use
• Dilute 1ml of propolis tincture in 30ml of water (for precautions see post 99).
• Gargle 2-5 times a day, for half a minute. The solution may sting initially.
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