Heal Mouth Ulcers Quickly with Honey-Linseed Mixture
Raise your hand if you hate mouth ulcers. I don’t know a single person who doesn’t hate them. Some of us have learned to live with them; I have friends who have to deal with mouth ulcers regularly. Honestly, I wouldn’t know what to do if I was in that situation.
Mouth ulcers are small wounds that appear on the mucous membrane inside your mouth or the tongue. You feel a little pain every time you accidentally touch them. Mouth ulcers are common, and they occur alongside other diseases. They can appear individually or in “a crop of ulcers” at the same time. Once formed, ulcers heal on their own after a while. The rare case in which they don’t treat might be a sign of oral cancer.
But if you do not want to wait for a few days for the ulcer to heal by itself, we have a simple remedy for you. But first, what causes mouth ulcers?
There are many possible triggers for mouth ulcers. The two most common causes are local trauma, like rubbing from a broken filling. They cause pain and discomfort. Additional causes of mouth ulcers include:
Eating certain foods
What can you do to avoid mouth ulcers? For one, avoid hot, salty, spicy, high sugar, and citrus-based foods. Avoid these foods as a preventive step, but definitely during treatment for mouth ulcers, as they may increase the inflammation of the ulcer. Avoid tobacco, alcohol, and squeezing/picking at the sores.
A Simple Honey Remedy for Ulcers:
Two tablespoons of melted linseed
Two tablespoons of honey
How to make it:
Mix the ingredients.
Wash your hands thoroughly. Using a cotton swab, apply a small portion of the mixture to the sore.