Black tea

Black tea contains tannins, which helps speed up healing when placed directly on a canker sore.

Apple cider vinegar

Bacterial development can be slowed down by the antibacterial properties of apple cider vinegar.

Gargle with salt 

Warm salt water rinses help to sanitise canker sores and hasten their recovery. Since salt has an antibacterial action, it cleans any contaminated area of bacteria.

Given that it includes fatty acids like lauric acid and capric acid, coconut oil is believed to have antibacterial and antifungal effects.

Coconut oil 

Gargle with magnesia milk 

Milk of magnesia can coat and protect a lesion from microorganisms, which can both hasten the healing process.

Consume natural yoghurt

By consuming a portion of yoghurt containing Bifidus or probiotics, you can enhance the health of your gastrointestinal tract and bowels.

Chewing cloves 

Cloves can be chewed to reduce discomfort and speed up the healing process for canker sores.

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