Aphthas are small sores that appear in the different membranes in the body, primarily in the mouth. Their size is 3 to 10mm, they are round or elliptic, surrounded by a red ring and in their center a yellowish liquid.

At least 20% of the population, babies, toddlers, children and adults, will suffer at least once in their lives from aphthas.

Gum inflammation: Characterized by redness and swelling in the gum tissue, bleeding (particularly when brushing your teeth) sensitivity or pain in the gums. It is in fact a real epidemic—approximately 95% of the total population suffer from gum inflammation to some extent or another.

Treatment:

Vitamin C endlessly 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7 grams, 4-5 times a day.

Vitamin C is not toxic at all, if you take too much it will be expressed in diarrhea and then you simply have to reduce the dosage.

Gum inflammation will usually pass in three days maximum

In aphthas the healing time will decrease, and the aphtha will not develop to a situation in which it hurts or stings.

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