Effective Home Remedies for ”Cancer Soars” Complete Guide of Home Treatment for Diseases

Cancer Soars


Canker sores are small white or yellowish sores or ulcers that develop inside the mouth. They are painful, self-healing, and can recur.

Signs & Symptoms:

Minor canker sores

Minor canker sores are the most common and:

Are usually small

Are oval shaped with a red edge

Heal without scarring in one to two weeks

Major canker sores

Major canker sores are less common and:

Are larger and deeper than minor canker sores

Are usually round with defined borders, but may have irregular edges when very large

Can be extremely painful

May take up to six weeks to heal and can leave extensive scarring

Herpetiform canker sores

Herpetiform canker sores are uncommon and usually develop later in life, but they’re not caused by herpes virus infection. These canker sores:

Are pinpoint size

Often occur in clusters of 10 to 100 sores, but may merge into one large ulcer

Have irregular edges

Heal without scarring in one to two weeks


The precise cause of canker sores remains unclear, though researchers suspect that a combination of factors contributes to outbreaks, even in the same person.

Possible triggers for canker sores include:

A minor injury to your mouth from dental work, overzealous brushing, sports mishaps or an accidental cheek bite

Toothpastes and mouth rinses containing sodium lauryl sulfate

Food sensitivities, particularly to chocolate, coffee, strawberries, eggs, nuts, cheese, and spicy or acidic foods

A diet lacking in vitamin B-12, zinc, folate (folic acid) or iron

An allergic response to certain bacteria in your mouth

Helicobacter pylori, the same bacteria that cause peptic ulcers

Hormonal shifts during menstruation

Emotional stress

Canker sores may also occur because of certain conditions and diseases, such as:

Celiac disease, a serious intestinal disorder caused by a sensitivity to gluten, a protein found in most grains

Inflammatory bowel diseases, such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis

Behcet’s disease, a rare disorder that causes inflammation throughout the body, including the mouth

A faulty immune system that attacks healthy cells in your mouth instead of pathogens, such as viruses and bacteria

HIV/AIDS, which suppresses the immune system

Unlike cold sores, canker sores are not associated with herpes virus infections.

How To Cure:

  1. Warm Salt Water

When the salt content around cells is greater on the outside than the inside osmosis takes place, with water being drawn from in the cells to help balance out the concentration. When water is drawn out, the painful puffiness that excess fluid can cause is diminished. If you have a canker sore that is really puffed up that keeps rubbing or that you keep biting, gargling with salt water can help greatly. This is also why salt water gargles help with a sore throat-reducing the painful swelling of the cells in the mucous membrane at the back of the throat. The warm water also produces a general sense of soothing relief, while the salt may help keep the area clean.

You will need

1/4 cup of warm salt water

1/2 teaspoon of salt


Stir the salt into the warm water and swish it around in your mouth 3 times daily until the canker sore is gone.

  1. Eat Yogurt

Yogurt is made from fermented milk-delicious, yes It is produced by bacterial fermentation, that is, using bacteria or yeast to convert carbohydrates into organic acids. The result is a tangy bacteria rich substance that is enjoyed worldwide. You most often hear of it restoring a healthy balance to gut flora, but eaten daily yogurt may one of the home remedies for canker sores you find yourself going to frequently. Its a simple healthy remedy that may help because it balances out bacteria in your mouth which, if it was out of balance, may contribute to or cause a canker sore.

You will need

Plain yogurt with live cultures


Make sure the label on the yogurt confirms that it contains live cultures, and make sure you get plain-not vanilla! Eat at the very minimum 1 tablespoon 3 times daily. I usually eat around a cup and add a little bit of raw honey for taste and an extra healing boost!

  1. Coconut Oil

When in doubt, use coconut oil! Anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and also incredibly tasty, coconut oil is almost fail-safe when it comes to getting rid of canker sores.

You will need

Coconut oil


Using clean hands or a cotton swab, dab a liberal amount of coconut oil onto the sore. Try to get a somewhat thick layer or clump on there-coconut oil melts rapidly and a thin layer just seems to slide right off. If you feel like you really cant get it to stick, melt 1 tablespoon down with ½ teaspoon or so of beeswax to thicken it.

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