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All Grandma’s Remedies for Tongue Blisters: Reduce swelling and pain with baking soda, chamomile, and other natural products.

Germs , bacteria and viruses are the main culprits for the annoying blisters on the tongue. This is an infection that can become very painful if not treated right away. Generally there is a burning and swelling sensation when swallowing or talking.

Their appearance can vary according to the severity and tend to be red to whitish. To cure them there are really effective home remedies that, in mild cases, can make them disappear in two or three days. Let’s see which are the best home remedies of grandmothers against bubbles on the mouth.

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Causes of bubbles on the tongue

The main causes of the bubbles on the tongue are due to a viral infection or accidental bites . In case of flu, for example, the immune system is lowered causing canker sores, gingivitis and boils. One of the most frequent causes, therefore, is aphthous stomatitis, which produces canker sores

He may also understand that he bites his tongue by mistake and therefore causes small wounds that can become ulcers .

Stress is another cause to watch out for. Not least the lack of vitamins and folic acid and excessive use of drugs.

Even foods that are too hot or spicy can cause small wounds on the tongue and become bubbles.

Pimples on the tongue, pustules or boils? The differences

As we have said, the blisters on the tongue have the appearance of a canker sores on the tongue, with a grayish or yellowish surface with a halo of redness around it (or if not too severe only red).

Often, however, there is confusion with pustules on the tongue and pimples, which are nothing more than enlargements of a taste bud , which cause discomfort, yes, but are not comparable to canker sores. A swollen taste bud is caused by oral infections due to poor hygiene, or even by inflammation caused by small wounds.

Boils under the tongue and boils on the tongue near the throat

What happens when the blisters are under the tongue instead? And when am I near the throat? Let’s be clear:

For blisters under the tongue, the same causes apply as for blisters located in the upper part. However, it adds more discomfort and pain, due to constantly touching between the tongue and gums.

– The same thing still applies to blisters on the tongue near the throat , only the point where it forms can lead to more discomfort, in this case during swallowing.

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Boils on the tongue: remedies

Baking soda is one of the most used grandmother’s remedies ever for prompt intervention. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties , it not only regulates the pH of the mouth, but also relieves pain and swelling.

To use it, mix 10 ml of boiling water with a teaspoon of bicarbonate in a cup. Then apply the mixture on the bubble and let it act for about ten minutes. Finally, rinse your mouth with plenty of fresh water.

Also try the salt combined with water. You can use it to gargle, or to apply directly to the tongue.

Ice can provide immediate relief as it reduces inflammation. Put an ice cube where you have the bubble and let it act for about a minute. The cold warm contrast will lessen the pain.

Alternatively, drinking cold water helps you get immediate and constant relief.

Chamomile is the grandmother’s remedy for pain par excellence. Thanks to its antibacterial , anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties it is excellent for reducing bubbles and decreasing pain . Try gargarism the facts with a simple chamomile tea.


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