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Stomatitis:

  • Stomatitis, a general term for an inflamed and sore mouth. It can disrupt a person’s ability to eat, talk, and sleep. Stomatitis can occur anywhere in the mouth, including the inside of the cheeks, gums, tongue, lips, and palate.

Causes:

  • The varied causes of stomatitis include viral, yeast and bacterial infections, trauma, diet, tobacco, chemotherapy and radiation therapy. The causes of Stomatitis or drugs, medications, substances. As with all medical conditions, there may be many causal factors.

Symptoms:

  • Mouth inflammation
  • Sore mouth
  • Mouth ulcers
  • Sore oral membranes
  • Oral membrane ulcers

Diagnosis:

  • Diagnosis of stomatitis can be difficult. A physical examination is done to evaluate the oral lesions and other skin problems. Blood tests may be done to determine if any infection is present.

Ingredients:

  1. Jambul Fruit
  2. Salt or Sugar

Natural Remedies:

  • Jambul Fruit contains many flavonoids, phenols and are loaded with protein and calcium mineral. It is a very excellent resource of carotene, iron, vitamin b folic acidity, calcium mineral potassium, magnesium, phosphorus and sodium. To cure stomatitis and mouth and teeth issues implement jamun fruit juice and also consume it.
  • Add sugar and salt in the mixture to get taste. And drink this with empty stomach at daily morning. You should use it approximately 2 months, then you completely get rid from Stomatitis.
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A mouth ulcer is a sore on the inside of the mouth and lips or on the tongue. These may occur with measles and may be red or have white coating on them. They make it difficult to eat or drink.

Causes:

  • Bacterial infections
  • Canker sores
  • Dietary deficiencies, such as lack of vitamin B-12, zinc, folate (folic acid), or iron
  • Emotional stress
  • Food allergies
  • Substance abuse, especially methamphetamine use
  • Toothpastes and mouth rinses containing sodium lauryl sulfate
  • Viral infections

 Symptoms:

  • Cracks in the corners of the mouth
  • Dry mouth
  • Fever
  • Loss of appetite
  • Malaise or lethargy
  • Pus or white patches covering the tonsils or throat
  • Skin rash
  • Sore throat
  • Swollen lymph nodes

Diagnosis:

  • The goal of diagnosing is to relieve symptoms. The cause, if known, should be treated.Gentle, thorough oral hygiene may relieve some of the symptoms. Avoid hot or spicy foods, which often increase the pain of mouth ulcers. Get advice from your doctor.

Ingredients:

  1. Alternanthera amoena.

Natural Remedies:

  • Chemical Constituents: Sitosterol, Stigmasterol, campesterol. A-spinasterol, Oleanolic acid rhamnoside, 24-methylene cycloartenol, cycloeucalenol, lupeol, 5-a-stigmasta-7-enol and its palmitate.

Take alternanthera amoena leaves with your food often.

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Bad breath plagues just about everyone at one time or another.  People snicker about it, but bad breath can be a devastating social disability.

Causes:

  • The mouth:  The structures in the mouth that can harbor bad breath are: The teeth, The Gums, The tongue (especially the back of the tongue).
  • The upper respiratory tract: This includes the nasal cavities, sinuses, throat, tonsils and the larynx (voice box). A) The term for bad breath from the upper respiratory tract is ozostomia. B) Ozostomia is the second most common type of bad breath, and is most commonly associated with post nasal drip, but can be associated with infections of the various organs in the upper respiratory tracts as well, including sinusitis, sore throat and laryngitis.
  • The lungs: A) Stomatodysodia is the term for bad breath caused by outright disease processes in the lungs, such as various infections, emphysema, bronchitis or lung cancer. B) Halitosis is the term for bad breath that results from physiologic processes elsewhere in the body and carried to the lungs by the bloodstream, or to the mouth by chronic vomiting.
  • The stomach: Technically, this type of bad breath is a subcategory of halitosis, but one that does not originate from the lungs.  Bad breath originating from the stomach is caused by disease processes which produce chronic vomiting.

Symptoms:

  • Poor dental hygiene —  Teeth are coated with film or plaque, food debris trapped between teeth, pale or swollen gums
  • Infections in the mouth —  Gums may be red, swollen and bleed easily, especially after brushing or flossing; pus may drain from between teeth; a pocket of pus (abscess) at the base of a tooth; loose teeth or a change in “fit” of a denture; painful, open sores on the tongue or gums
  • Respiratory tract infections —  Sore throat, swollen lymph nodes (“swollen glands”) in the neck, fever, stuffy nose, a greenish or yellowish nasal discharge, a mucus-producing cough
  • External agents —  Cigarette stains on fingers and teeth, a uniform yellow “coffee stain” on teeth
  • Dry mouth —  Difficulty swallowing dry foods, difficulty speaking for a prolonged period because of mouth dryness, a burning sensation in the mouth, an unusually high number of dental caries, dry eyes (in Sjögren’s syndrome)
  • Systemic (bodywide) illnesses —  Symptoms of diabetes, lung disease, kidney failure or liver disease

Diagnosis:

  • Self Diagnosis
  • Professional diagnosis: -  Hallimeter, -  Gas chromatography, -  BANA test, -  β-galactosidase

Ingredients:

  1. Bay leaves.

Natural Remedies:

  • Medicinally, the properties of the bay leaf and its berries are legendary. It has astringent, diuretic, and appetite stimulant properties. Essential oil from the bay leaves contains mostly cineol (50%); furthermore, eugenol, chavicol, acetyl eugenol, methyl eugenol, α- and β-pinene, phellandrene, linalool, geraniol and terpineol are also found.

Take 1 bay leaf. Clean and chew it.

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A mouth ulcer is a sore on the inside of the mouth and lips or on the tongue. These may occur with measles and may be red or have white coating on them. They make it difficult to eat or drink.

Causes:

  • Bacterial infections
  • Canker sores
  • Dietary deficiencies, such as lack of vitamin B-12, zinc, folate (folic acid), or iron
  • Emotional stress
  • Food allergies
  • Substance abuse, especially methamphetamine use
  • Toothpastes and mouth rinses containing sodium lauryl sulfate
  • Viral infections

 Symptoms:

  • Cracks in the corners of the mouth
  • Dry mouth
  • Fever
  • Loss of appetite
  • Malaise or lethargy
  • Pus or white patches covering the tonsils or throat
  • Skin rash
  • Sore throat
  • Swollen lymph nodes

Diagnosis:

  • The goal of diagnosing is to relieve symptoms. The cause, if known, should be treated.Gentle, thorough oral hygiene may relieve some of the symptoms. Avoid hot or spicy foods, which often increase the pain of mouth ulcers. get advice from your doctor.

Ingredients:

  1. Wood sorrel.
  2. Fenugreek.
  3. Butter milk.

Natural Remedies:

  • Constituents: Water, fat, protein, carbohydrate, calcium, phosphorus, iron, niacin, vitamin C and beta carotene. Wood sorrel possesses various medicinal actions like anthelmintic, astringent, antiscorbutic, diuretic, stomachic, febrifuge and styptic. The whole plant is edible and used in salads to be eaten raw.

Wood sorrel has a capacity to reduce the mouth ulcer, so if you take some wood sorrel leaves, clean it. Add some fenugreek. Grind it. Mix with butter milk. Then drink it often.

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Bad breath plagues just about everyone at one time or another.  People snicker about it, but bad breath can be a devastating social disability.

Causes:

  • The mouth:  The structures in the mouth that can harbor bad breath are: The teeth, The Gums, The tongue (especially the back of the tongue).
  • The upper respiratory tract: This includes the nasal cavities, sinuses, throat, tonsils and the larynx (voice box). A) The term for bad breath from the upper respiratory tract is ozostomia. B) Ozostomia is the second most common type of bad breath, and is most commonly associated with post nasal drip, but can be associated with infections of the various organs in the upper respiratory tracts as well, including sinusitis, sore throat and laryngitis.
  • The lungs: A) Stomatodysodia is the term for bad breath caused by outright disease processes in the lungs, such as various infections, emphysema, bronchitis or lung cancer. B) Halitosis is the term for bad breath that results from physiologic processes elsewhere in the body and carried to the lungs by the bloodstream, or to the mouth by chronic vomiting.
  • The stomach: Technically, this type of bad breath is a subcategory of halitosis, but one that does not originate from the lungs.  Bad breath originating from the stomach is caused by disease processes which produce chronic vomiting.

Symptoms:

  • Poor dental hygiene —  Teeth are coated with film or plaque, food debris trapped between teeth, pale or swollen gums
  • Infections in the mouth —  Gums may be red, swollen and bleed easily, especially after brushing or flossing; pus may drain from between teeth; a pocket of pus (abscess) at the base of a tooth; loose teeth or a change in “fit” of a denture; painful, open sores on the tongue or gums
  • Respiratory tract infections —  Sore throat, swollen lymph nodes (“swollen glands”) in the neck, fever, stuffy nose, a greenish or yellowish nasal discharge, a mucus-producing cough
  • External agents —  Cigarette stains on fingers and teeth, a uniform yellow “coffee stain” on teeth
  • Dry mouth —  Difficulty swallowing dry foods, difficulty speaking for a prolonged period because of mouth dryness, a burning sensation in the mouth, an unusually high number of dental caries, dry eyes (in Sjögren’s syndrome)
  • Systemic (bodywide) illnesses —  Symptoms of diabetes, lung disease, kidney failure or liver disease

Diagnosis:

  • Self Diagnosis
  • Professional diagnosis: -  Hallimeter, -  Gas chromatography, -  BANA test, -  β-galactosidase

Ingredients:

  1. Lime leaves.

Natural Remedies:

  • Lime leaves: The leaves however are the richest part of the plant. They are easy to store since they can be frozen for many months without losing flavor. Just one or two are enough to flavor a pot full of soup. The leaves can be rubbed on to gums and teeth for total dental health. The essential oil in the leaves is extracted and used for various purposes.

Take some lime leaves. Clean and chew it.

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A mouth ulcer is a sore on the inside of the mouth and lips or on the tongue. These may occur with measles and may be red or have white coating on them. They make it difficult to eat or drink.

Causes:

  • Bacterial infections
  • Canker sores
  • Dietary deficiencies, such as lack of vitamin B-12, zinc, folate (folic acid), or iron
  • Emotional stress
  • Food allergies
  • Substance abuse, especially methamphetamine use
  • Toothpastes and mouth rinses containing sodium lauryl sulfate
  • Viral infections

 Symptoms:

  • Cracks in the corners of the mouth
  • Dry mouth
  • Fever
  • Loss of appetite
  • Malaise or lethargy
  • Pus or white patches covering the tonsils or throat
  • Skin rash
  • Sore throat
  • Swollen lymph nodes

Diagnosis:

  • The goal of diagnosing is to relieve symptoms. The cause, if known, should be treated.Gentle, thorough oral hygiene may relieve some of the symptoms. Avoid hot or spicy foods, which often increase the pain of mouth ulcers. Get advice from your doctor.

Ingredients:

  1. Ironweed leaves.

Natural Remedies:

  • Vernonia have the highest oil content, up to 41.9% with up to 80% vernolic acid, and is used in paint formulations, coatings plasticizers, and as a reagent for many industrial chemicals. Vernonia species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Coleophora vernoniaeella (which feeds exclusively on the genus) and Schinia regia.

Take some vernonia cinerea leaves. Cook it and take with your food often.

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