OraHealth, CankerMelts, All-Natural Canker Sore Solution, 18 Discs (Discontinued Item)
By OraHealth11 Reviews
0.09 lbs (0.04 kg)
- Product Code: ORH-00013
- UPC Code: 855933000135
- Package Quantity: 18 Discs
- Dimensions: 0.8 x 3.6 x 3 in, 0.05 lbs (0.02 kg)
- Time-Release Adhering Discs
- Relieves Pain in Minutes
- Lasts for Hours
- Soothing Collagen, Not Numbing
- Works Well with Braces & Dentures
- Relief that Sticks
All new—A slow-dissolving medicated adhering disc
- Pinpoints treatment only to the sore
- 2-6 hours pain relief per disc
- Mild flavor...No medicine taste
- Includes licorice root extract
Uses: For temporary relief of irritation and protection of mouth sores, including canker sores (mouth ulcers), sores from braces or dentures, minor cuts or abrasions, viral sores.
Hold a disc on or near the sore while the disc slowly dissolves. If held still for two minutes against the sore or teeth or gums the disc will stick, weakly at first and increasing over time. Use as needed for relief and healing. Use each night to speed healing.
Keep out of reach of children under 5 due to risk of choking. If a mouth ulcer lasts more than 14 days, see your dental professional or physician.
Store in a dry place.
|Gelatin (Collagen) 45%||Relieves irritation and soothes|
|Inactive ingredients: Glycyrrhiza (licorice root) extract and natural hydrophilic gums. No preservatives, coloring or known allergens. The plastic packaging does not contain Biophenol A (BPA).|
iHerb Customer Reviews
I get serious canker sores a few times a year and they made me miserable for a couple of weeks each -- until I found cankermelts. They don't eliminate the sores completely, but they do lessen the pain and speed the healing. I had no relief at all before them. I do have trouble sticking them in my mouth, though, and sometimes I swallow them too soon.
I have been using CankerMelts to treat canker sores for about 8 months and Avamin Melts as a preventative for about 7 months. With the combination, I am getting far fewer canker sores, and when I do get them they are generally milder and heal up within a few days (vs. 10 or more days in the past).