Homeopathy Treatment for mouth related problems

The term oral complaints includes various diseases of the mouth and oral cavity, which are usually accompanied by changes in the skin, the mucous membrane and pain.

Homeopathic remedies are said to strengthen the immune system and reduce inflammation and pain. 

Which homeopathic remedies help?

Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for mouth ailments that best suits your situation.


Mouth ulcers and mouth rot caused by herpes viruses


Lips and corners of the mouth are torn and/or have cracks. The symptoms are side effects of gastric mucosal inflammation.


Fungal infection of the oral mucosa and oral thrush. The tongue is white and sensitive. The tongue mucosa comes off piece by piece, leaving painful and red patches. Patients suffer from loss of appetite, belching, increased salivation and perceive a bitter taste in the mouth.

Vinca minor

The oral mucosa is swollen and inflamed. More saliva is produced. Painful aphthous ulcers and insipid taste in the mouth.

Ammonium chloratum

There are small blisters (aphthae) on the tip of the tongue that cause burning pain. The tongue is white coated. Patients have a bitter or sour taste in their mouth.

Chionanthus virginicus

Dry mouth. Drinking water does not relieve dryness. Partly in connection with increased salivation.

Cistus canadensis

Swollen and pus-filled gums, bad breath and a cold feeling in the mouth. Pain when sticking out tongue. Worse when cold and when breathing cold air.

Mercury yellow

toothache. Swollen and inflamed gums. aphthous ulcers Patients suffer from increased salivation.

Causes of mouth problems

  • Herpes infections on the lips
  • Fungal infection of the oral mucosa, oral thrush in infants
  • Aphthen
  • toothache

Typical symptoms of diseases of the oral cavity are:

  • Pains
  • Skin or mucous membrane changes, inflammation, swelling
  • Bleeding tendency of the oral mucosa
  • Increased salivation
  • bad breath
  • Torn corners of the mouth
  • coated tongue
  • Nasty, sour, or bitter taste in the mouth


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