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Health Remedies - Aphthous Ulcers (Canker Sores)

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Canker sores are small shallow ulcers occurring on the tongue, soft palate, or inside the lips and cheeks. The sores begin as small reddish oval or round swellings. These swellings usually rupture within a day, are covered by a thin white or yellow membrane, and become lined by a red halo. The aphthous ulcer, which itself is often extremely painful, especially when agitated, may be accompanied by a painful swelling of the lymph nodes below the jaw, which can be mistaken for toothache.

The exact cause of canker sores is unknown. They may be triggered by stress, poor nutrition, food allergies, injury from accidental biting, deficiencies in vitamin B12, iron, and folic acid, hormonal changes, and menstrual periods. Untreated canker sores usually last for 5-10 days and then disappear. If it does not heal after two weeks, it should be looked at by a dentist or an oral surgeon as it could be a sign of a more serious condition such as oral cancer.

Useful herbs

Abies canadensis

In leucorrhoea, prolapsus uteri, prolapsus ani, diarrhoea, gangrene, and in aphthous and other oral ulcerations (bark); pleurisy orchitis from mumps, peritonitis, and all inflammations caused by cold, to all sprains and bruises and to lumbago, rheumatism and sciatica, in herpes, moist eczema, fevers and psoriasis (oil)

Abies chinensis

In the treatment of kidney or bladder problems, and also makes a good enema for treating diarrhoea (inner bark or twigs); as a gargle or mouthwash for mouth and throat problems or externally to wash sores and ulcers (bark)

Abronia fragrans

To treat stomach cramps and as a general panacea or 'life' medicine (roots and flowers); as a lotion for sores or sore mouths and also to bathe perspiring feet (cold infusion).

Acacia catechu

Leprosy (root decoction. leaf. bark and fruit); in skin diseases and ulcers, chronic diarrhea, bleeding of the uterus and nose, mucosal discharges (such as leucorrhea) and hoarseness, gonorrhea (flowers), rheumatism and tooth ache (root), asthma, bronchitis, chest pain, sore in mouth (plant).

Acacia chundra

For abscesses (leaf and stem bark)reduces tooth hypersensitivity, sponginess of gums, relieves sore throat, bleeding, ulceration of gums, leucoderma (bark and leaves).

Acacia greggii

For conjunctivitis (pods); diarrhea and dysentery; superficial bleeding and can also be dusted into moist, chafed body folds and dusted on infants for diaper rash (powder); for the stomach and esophagus in nausea, vomiting, and hangovers (flowers and leaves); for sore throat and mouth inflammations as well as dry raspy coughing (root).

Achillea sibirica

In the treatment of abscesses, abdominal cramps, amenorrhoea, bleeding, falls, snakebite, stomach ulcers, to gum sores

Ajuga reptans

In arresting haemorrhages, in coughs and spitting of blood in incipient consumption, in some biliary disorders, mouth sores.

Allium sativum

Arteriosclerosis, arthritis, asthma, athlete's foot; bladder, kidney and ear (including earache) ailments, boils, bronchitis, cancer, canker sores, common cold, corns, cough, dysmenorrhea, indigestion, fever, infections, inflammations, influenza and leukemia.

Alnus glutinosa

To bathe swellings and inflammations, especially of the mouth and throat, to treat lice and a range of skin problems such as scabies and scabs (bark); to help reduce breast engorgement in nursing mothers, for treating cancer of the breast, duodenum, oesophagus, face, pylorus, pancreas, rectum, throat, tongue, and uterus (leaves)

Amaranthus blitum

In the treatment of ulcerated mouths and throats, externally as a wash for ulcers and sores, for young children, lactating mothers and for patients with fever, haemorrhage, anaemia or kidney complaints (plant); to relieve headaches (root juice); to treat inflammations, boils and abscesses (leaves)

Anacardium occidentale

For diarrhea, dysentery, colic, as an internal and external antiseptic against bacterial infections, for all kinds of stomach ulcers, for ear and eye infections and to stop bleeding and heal wounds. For calluses, corns, and warts, cancerous ulcers, and even elephantiasis (fruit bark juice and the nut oil); dysentery, fever, inappetence, leucoderma, piles, tumors, and obstinate ulcers (fruit); for sore throat (leaf decoction)

Angelica atropurpurea

In the treatment of colds, rheumatism etc (leaves); in the treatment of fevers, colds, flatulent colic and other stomach disorders, obstructed menses and as a general tonic for women, as a gargle for sore throats and mouths and as a poultice for broken bones, swellings etc (infusion)

Anthocephalus chinensis

In anemia, fever and improving the quality of semen (plant decoction); for gargling in aphthae or stomatitis (leaves); for the inflammation of eyes (stem bark)

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi

For urinary tract complaints, including cystitis and urolithiasis, to treat rashes, skin sores etc, and as a wash for a baby's head, as an eyewash, a mouthwash for cankers and sore gums and as a poultice for back pains, rheumatism, burns etc. (leaves)

Balsamorhiza sagittata

For stomach pains, colds, whooping cough, TB, fevers and headaches (leaves, root and stem); to treat sore mouths and throats, toothaches, for body aches such as rheumatism, on wounds, blisters, bites, swellings and sores (root); for dysentery (seeds)

Baptisia tinctoria

In the treatment of upper respiratory infections such as tonsillitis and pharyngitis, and is also valuable in treating infections of the chest, gastro-intestinal tract and skin (infusion); soothes sore or infected nipples and infected skin conditions (root); as a gargle to treat mouth ulcers, gum infections and sore throats (decoction of plant).

Bellis perennis

In the treatment of catarrh, rheumatism, arthritis, liver and kidney disorders, as a blood purifier etc (herb); to wounds, bruises, for mouth ulcers (leaves); for the treatment of scorbutic complaints and eczema (root)

Cajanus cajan

Mouth sores (leaf and flower); for anemia, hepatitis, diabetes, urinary infections, and yellow fever (leaves); for dysentery, and menstrual disorders, bronchitis, coughs, and pneumonia (flowers).

Callicarpa macrophylla

In rheumatic pains (leaves); oral ulcers (seeds paste); in leprosy (seed); in gonorrhoea (bark); to treat indigestion (root juice); to treat boils on the tongue (fruits)

Carallia brachiata

For contagious ulcers (fruit juice); for sapraemia (leaves); used for treating oral ulcers, inflammation of the throat and stomatitis (bark)

Celosia argentea

In blood diseases, mouth sores, diarrhea, cataracts and hypertension (seed); on scorpion sting (leaf paste); in blood- dysentery, spitting of blood, menorrhagia and as a parasiticide in trichomonas infection (flowers); in bloody stool, haemorrhoid bleeding, uterine bleeding, leucorrhoea (flower & seed)

Chlorophytum arundinaceum

For treating sprue, piles, blood disorders, diabetes, as rejuvenator and tonic (root); for ulcers of the throat and mouth.

Commiphora myrrha

Athlete's foot, bed sores, mouth sores, pyorrhea, throat ailments, ulcers, wounds, in perfumery, mouth washes, dentrifice.in vitiated conditions of vata, pitta and kapha, stomatitis, dyspepsia, helminthiasis, amenorrhoea, dysmenorrhoes and other menstrual disorders, bronchitis, asthma, phthisis, spongy gum, pharyngodynia, rheumatoid arthritis, sciatica, inflammations, strangury and skin diseases.

Coptis chinensis

Controls bacterial and viral infections, relaxes spasms, lowers fevers and stimulates the circulation, for diarrhoea, acute enteritis and dysentery, insomnia, fidget, delirium due to high fever, leukaemia, otitis media, acne, boils, abscesses and burns whilst it is also used as a gargle for mouth and tongue ulcers, swollen gums and toothache (root).

Coptis trifolia

In the treatment of thrush in children, ulcerated mouths and as a gargle for sore throats or mouths (plant)

Crotalaria laburnifolia

As an antiinflammatory and for sore throat (plant); as gargle for sore throat or inflammations of the mouth (plant infusion)

Cydonia oblonga

For ulcers (stem bark); in the treatment of respiratory diseases, especially in children (seeds); as a mouthwash or gargle to treat mouth ulcers, gum problems and sore throats (fruit juice)

Cymbopogon citratus

Colds, cough, as a depurative agent, indigestion, elephantiasis, fever, headache, hypertension, leprosy, malaria, mouth sores, neuritis, painful menstruation, pneumonia, rheumatism, ringworm, sprains, toothache, gingivitis, pyorrhea, for cleaning teeth. A fomentation of leaves is good for immediate relief of colds. It makes human bodies healthy, with its carminative and anticholeric properties. Chinese use the grass to treat colds, headache, intestinal problems, eczema and reduce high blood pressure.

Daucus carota

Hemorrhoids, leprosy, tumors, eye diseases, burns, to encourage delayed menstruation, can induce uterine contractions and jaundice (root); poultice for sores (root decoction); kidney diseases and dropsy (fruit and seed); colic (fruit); for lithic acid or gouty disposition, in gravel and stone, and is good against flatulence, windy colic, hiccough, dysentery, chronic coughs, etc (tea); to mitigate the pain of cancerous ulcers (root poultice); cleanse running sores and ulcers (leaves wth honey); used to counter cystitis and kidney stone formation, and to diminish stones that have already formed (leaf infusion); in the treatment of diabetes (flower infusion); for threadworms (grated raw root); used in the treatment of oedema, flatulent indigestion and menstrual problems (root infusion); a traditional 'morning after' contraceptive (seed).

Dipsacus fullonum

To treat conditions such as warts, fistulae and cancerous sores; to strengthen the stomach, create an appetite, remove obstructions of the liver and treat jaundice (infusion). An ointment made from the roots is used to treat warts, wens and whitlows

Dipteryx odorata

To bathe fevered patients (bark); used for snakebites, cuts, contusions, coughs, asthma, mouth sores, rheumatism and as a shampoo in hair loss (seeds); for earaches and ear infections (seed oil)

Ficus carica

In leucoderma (leaf); removing kidney stones (fruit); as a poultice (in boils) (roasted fruit); catarrhal affections of the nose and throat; as a poultice in the treatment of mouth sores, dental abscesses etc.

Ficus lacor

A decoction of the bark is used as a gargle and as a wash for ulcers. Fresh ripe fruit or powder of dried fruits is used to treat diabetes.

Geum urbanum

For ulcerative colitis, mucous colitis, duodenal and peptic ulcers, diarrhoea and dysentery, liver disease, catarrh, tightens up soft gums, heals mouth ulcers, makes a good gargle for infections of the pharynx and larynx, reduces irritation of the stomach and gut, to remove spots, freckles and eruptions from the face, as a wash to haemorrhoids, vaginal discharges etc

Helminthostachys zeylanica

Impotence (rhizome decoction) and mouth blisters (leaf juice); in sciatica (plant); for whooping cough (rhizome); for dysentery, catarrh, asthma and early stages of phthisis.

Hemidesmus indicus

Syphilis, leucorrhea and as a snakebite antidote (root); as a tonic, demulcent, diaphoretic, diuretic, in purifying blood, stomach disorders, fever, gonorrhea, nutritional maladies, kidney stones, gravel and other urinary problems, chronic rheumatism and skin diseases, for relieving inflammation in the eye (milky latex); in asthma, bronchitis, gonorrhea and for sore mouths of children (plant).

Hydrastis canadensis

Arteriosclerosis, athlete's foot, cancer, catarrh, common cold, ear ailments, eczema, enterorrhagia, gland infections, hemorrhoids, diarrhea, habitual constipation, influenza, kidney ailments, liver ailments, metrorrhagia, mouth sores and mucous ulcerations.

Jasminum grandiflorum

Diseases of the skin (flower) and ear (leaf); canker sores, toothache and corns (leaf). A palatable syrup prepared from the flowers is employed in coughs, hoarsenesses and disorders of the breast.

Jatropha gossypifolia

Cancer, in urinary complaints (plant); skin diseases, for stomach ache, venereal diseases, blood purifier and boils (leaf); as an antidote for snake bite (root); for sores on the tongues of babies (leaf juice)

Polygonum bistorta

In the treatment of internal and external bleeding, diarrhoea, dysentery, cholera, catarrh, cystitis, irritable bowel syndrome, peptic ulcers, ulcerative colitis, excessive menstruation, pharyngitis, snake bite, stomatitis, vaginal discharge, anal fissure, spongy gums, mouth ulcers and sore throats.

Potentilla erecta

In the treatment of diarrhoea, dysentery, sore throats etc (plant); as a wash for mouth ulcers, infected gums, piles and inflamed eyes (decoction); to treat chapping of the anus and cracked nipples (extract)

Prunella vulgaris

Hemorrhoids (leaf); as a tonic, antirheumatic, in diarrhea, fever, asthma and cough (plant); sore mouth (plant infusion).

Punica granatum

In dysentery and diarrhea (fruit rind and bark); as a vermifuge (root bark), as an injection in leucorrhoea, as a gargle in sore throat and in powder for intermittent fevers. It is used externally in the treatment of vaginal discharges, mouth sores and throat infections.

Solanum dulcamara

In the treatment of skin diseases, warts, tumours, felons, arthritis, rheumatism, bronchial congestion, heart ailments, ulcerative colitis, jaundice, skin eruptions, ulcers and cellulite, syphilitic diseases, cachectic affections, scrofula, indurations from milk, leucorrhoea, jaundice, and obstructed menstruation (herb); to cancerous sores and other swellings (fruit); for cancer and swellings (root)

Solanum nigrum

Hemorrhoids, liver problems (including cirrhosis), as an emollient, eye-diseases, rat poisoning, skin diseases, oedema, cough, urticarial patches, for achieving conception and to relieve from difficult labour and as a rejuvinative(plant); used externally ease pain and abate inflammation, and are applied to burns and ulcers (fresh leaves); for ringworm, gout and earache, and mixed with vinegar, is said to be good as a gargle and mouthwash (leaf juice); used externally as a poultice, wash etc in the treatment of cancerous sores, boils, leucoderma and wounds (leaves, stem and root); as an analgesic for toothaches (fruit juice).

Trifolium pratense

For asthma, whooping cough and bronchitis (flower); in treating athlete's foot, bronchitis, burns, cancer, constipation, diuretic, expectorant, gall-bladder stones, gout, liver diseases, pertussis, rheumatism, skin sores, ulcers, for sore eyes and as a salve for burns (plant); for cancerous ulcers, corns etc. (flower extract)

Uraria picta

For healing bone fractures and for the treatment of urinary diseases, tumours, oedema, burning sensation and difficult breathing (plant); to treat gonorrhoea (leaves); as an antidote for snake bite, in the treatment of anal prolapse in infants (root); for cough, chills and fevers (decoction); to treat sore mouth in children (pods).

Vaccinium myrtillus

For indigestion, dysentery and diarrhea (especially for juveniles) (fruit); in infections of the urinary tract, to treat gastrointestinal ailments (leaf); in periodontal disease (leaf and fruit); to improve night vision; in the treatment of ulcers and in ulceration of the mouth and throat (decoction of leaves and bark)

Vinca major

For treating haemorrhages, excessive menstruation, abnormal uterine bleeding, vaginal discharge, in cases of nose bleed, bleeding gums, mouth ulcers or sore throats and hardening of the arteries (plant)

Vitis vinifera

Grapes are a nourishing and slightly laxative fruit that support the body through illness, especially of the gastro-intestinal tract and liver. Because the nutrient content of grapes is close to that of blood plasma, grape fasts are recommended for detoxification. A period of time on a diet based entirely on the fruit is especially recommended in the treatment of torpid liver or sluggish biliary function. The fruit is also helpful in the treatment of varicose veins, haemorrhoids and capillary fragility. It has a slight effect in easing coughs.A decoction is used in the treatment of threatened abortion, internal and external bleeding, cholera, dropsy, diarrhoea and nausea. It is also used as a wash for mouth ulcers and as douche for treating vaginal discharge. Red grape leaves are also helpful in the treatment of varicose veins, haemorrhoids and capillary fragility. It is used as a remedy for skin diseases and is also an excellent lotion for the eyes. The tendrils are astringent and a decoction is used in the treatment of diarrhoea. The seeds and leaves are astringent, the leaves being formerly used to stop haemorrhages and bleeding. It is used dried and powdered as a cure for dysentery in cattle. The sap, termed a tear or lachryma, forms an excellent lotion for weak eyes and specks on the cornea. Ripe grapes in quantity influence the kidneys producing a free flow of urine and are apt to cause palpitation in excitable and full-blooded people.




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