Affections of the mouth
Inflammatory lesions of the oral mucosa, e.g., aphthae; concomitant therapy in cases of thrush. Note: Generally, changes in the oral mucosa lasting more than one week, whether painless or painful, or swallowing disorders and/or swellings of all kinds necessitate a differential diagnosis by the physician.
Mode of action
With different action focus, they influence lesions of the mucous membrane in this area.
Acidum nitricum: Inflammatory signs on the mucous membranes, especially in the area of the mouth; salivation that stings and causes soreness, tendency to bleed, stinging pains.
Arum triphyllum: Irritation of the mucous membranes in oral cavity, sensations of soreness and burning; chapped lips.
Borax: Inflammatory irritation of the mucous membranes, especially in the area of the mouth, aphthae, white coating, sensation of heat in the mouth, bitter taste, increased salivation.