In all oral cavity diseases, it is strictly forbidden to smoke and stay in the smoking room. Also, hot and cold drinks are prohibited, and only cooked foods are recommended. Treatment is not time-limited, and the recommended medications are used for complete healing.
LIP INFLAMATION (CHELITIS)
There are several types of inflammation of the lips, and are divided according to the laws and the area that affected inflammation. However, the so-called ” sunlit inflammation of the lips (cheilitis solaris) and stomach (angulus infectiosus oris). The lining of the lining of the mouth occurs with stronger swelling, burning, itching and waking. The lining of the lining of the lips is more common. Skin and mucosa are red, cracked and covered with yellow crayfish. The disease is mainly transmitted by a common drinking pot and can cause unhealthy dental aids.
Treatment of all types of mucosal inflammation is carried out as follows.
40 g of Teucrium montanum
30 g of sage leaves
30 g of European mistletoe
Preparation and application of tea:
Grind chop the grass mix, stir and cook mild tea. Drink 6 times a day at 1/2 dcl. Under moderate tea, we mean tea that is prepared by pouring 1 l of water into 5 g of grass mixture and cook for 1 minute. With this tea 5 to 6 times a day, moisten your lips, then apply thinly with olive oil. All dishes and appetizers must be boiled, ie washed in hot water. Before bedtime, occasionally lick the lips with cream of sour milk. Also, alternately, instead of sour cream, milk, it is useful to soak the rag with brandy of plum and place it in a closed mouth. The roe deer should be roasted with plum-plums. Try to have as many vitamins as possible, and raw white and red fish. It is important to keep in mind that the arch does not touch the lips.
INFLAMATION OF THE MUCOSA OF THE ORAL CAVITY
Salivary inflammation is the most common oral cavity disease. It also appears in children and adults, and may be different. In children, it is mainly due to insufficient mouth care, as well as to the strong penetration of the teeth.
In adults, it may arise from the sharp edges of the tooth, then cigarettes, too hot dishes and drinks, etc. The main signs of inflammation are: very redness and swelling of the entire mucous membrane of the mouth and tongue, painful burning, blubber and bitterness, and odious smell.
The tongue is mostly covered with a thick gray-white layer, and bubbles can often be seen on the edges. The illness is unpleasant, losing only for food, and speech is accompanied by pain.
- 30 g leaves of greater burdock
- 30 g seeds of Fenugreek
- 30 g leaves of blueberries
- 20 g stables of Stag’s-horn clubmoss
- 10 g stables of Fennel Bulbs
Preparation and application of the tea:
Sprinkle, grind and cook a mild tea that is prepared by pouring 5 g of grass mixture into 1 liter of water and then boiling for 1 minute. Drink. 8 times a day 1/2 to 1 dcl of tea, moderately sweetened with honey, if the patient is not diabetic. The tea should be cooled. Before using tea, rinse your mouth with specially prepared lukewarm or cold moderate tea (5 g of grass mixture in 1 liter of water) from the same amount of wormhole (whole plants) and sage leaves. In the mouth, the tea is chopped 5 to 6 times, then spat and takes a new amount.