What is Aphthae?

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Aphthae is a common condition characterized by the repeated formation of mouth ulcers in healthy individuals.

Aphthae is a small, shallow, painful ulceration that usually affects the oral mucosa, but not the underlying bone. Aphthae occasionally may affect other body tissues as well, including external genitals. However, they are not infectious, contagious, or sexually transmittable.

Colloidal Silver Treatment for Aphthae.

Colloidal Silver can be introduced into the body in different ways – by ingestion, by gargling, by inhaling or nebulization to treat Aphthae.

Ingestion

Colloidal Silver is best taken on an empty stomach or between two meals. However, if one takes it during a meal, it will ease your digestion by preventing bad fermentation. If you hold silver water in your mouth for a few minutes before swallowing it, colloidal silver will enter the bloodstream more quickly sublingually.

Gargling

Gargling with Colloidal Silver can be another effective way to treat Aphthae and other lesions of the tongue or of the mucous membranes of the mouth. It also serves as an antiseptic to fight dental-plaque bacteria.

Inhalation and Nebulization

Nebulizers make it possible to inhale a fine mist of Colloidal Silver. The tiny droplets reach the pulmonary alveoli, where they inhibit the pathogenic organisms that infect the lungs on contact.