The Simple Canker Sore Cure!

Canker Sore Cure Baking Soda

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There’s nothing worse than a pesky little canker sore.  Ouch!

But I’ve got a simple little trick to send those canker sores on their way… and quickly, too!

Simply dab some baking soda on your finger, then apply it directly to your canker sore.  Oh, I know it tastes icky, but it will send those canker sores packing!

We’ve used this trick for years in our home, and it works like a charm!  You may need to apply it a few times per day, but your canker sores will be gone in a jiffy!

Looking for another great use for Baking Soda?  Check out this DIY Carpet Freshener!
DIY Carpet Freshener with Baking Soda

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5 Responses to The Simple Canker Sore Cure!

  1. Melody Benschoter says:

    Huh, I’m a dental hygienist, and I’ve never heard this trick! I’ll have to try it and see if it works for me or my patients. I do tell people who are prone to lots of canker sores to switch to a toothpaste that does not contain Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. It can be tricky to find toothpastes that don’t have it, but I switched years ago and I almost never get them anymore! (I use Squigle which can be found online- it’s my favorite toothpaste!)

  2. Gwen says:

    I have battled canker sores most oft life. When I get them, they are huge and painful. I recently tried coconut oil. IT WORKS SO WELL! Not only dose it help the start of one go away before it erupts, it also sooths a big open one. A few applications a day and that sucker feels better and is gone. I used to use straight salt and it would bring tears to my eyes. Im a little worried straight BS would feel the same way. Although I love BS in a bath if my little guy has a sore hinney. Clears it up and soothes. I’ll give BS a try. But I think I’m sold on CO.

  3. Nancy says:

    Is this for fever blisters, too? Some people call them the same things…

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