You might get them on the inside of your lips, the insides of your cheeks, the base of your gums or under your tongue.
Canker sores are different from fever blisters, which usually are on the outside of your lips or the corners of your mouth. Canker sores are also called aphthous ulcers.
A few days ago, some kind of sore appeared in my oral cavity, on the lower part of my tongue. I tried to learn what it was, so I started reading some websites, I explored for a few days, and I finally discovered that it was a canker sore which began to cause pain over time.
It irritated me and as I had nothing to lose, I decided to make a little experiment that I have read about.
I took a glass of tap water and put 1 teaspoon of salt in it. I rinsed my oral cavity with the solution, in fact, I gargled.
In the evening, I warmed up some water, but it was not too hot, and I squeezed one lemon into the glass and drank it, without adding sugar in it.
The next morning, I saw that the canker sore on my tongue has disappeared completely.
I would be glad if you share this recipe, as it is really valuable and it could be of great help for those people who suffer from these annoying sores.
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