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Relora Negative Side Effect

I tried taking Relora dissolving tablets under my tongue for anxiety. On day 6 I woke up with a bunch sores under my tongue. It's extremely sore. I'm assuming I had an adverse reaction. Has anyone heard of this before? Any advice on what I can take to help heal my tongue?
[message edited by linny on Thu, 04 Apr 2013 01:22:27 BST]
  linny on 2013-04-04
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You are probably allergic to the plants in the Relora.
Magnolia and the cork tree which is part of the Citrus

You can use the Remedy Finder on here for acute things like this.
What comes up for sores under the tongue is
chamomilla and cantharis .Chamomilla has the soreness
under the tongue of the sores. Try taking at most 3 doses of
30c of the cham. - with 2 hour gaps.If one dose improves things, then don't
take more let it work- and only take more if symptoms return. You can do 3 doses, 3 pills in 1/4 cup
of water- dissolve them and drink slowly. Do not eat or drink
for half hour before or after. If after 3 doses nothing is happening
then it is not the right remedy. Usually things inside the mouth
heal very quickly on their own.
[message edited by simone717 on Thu, 04 Apr 2013 02:08:42 BST]
simone717 9 years ago
thanks for the info. I was thinking it must be an allergic reaction as well. It's such a painful spot to have sores.
linny 9 years ago
simone, How quick do things usually heal inside the mouth? This is day 4 and the pain has not subsided at all.
linny 9 years ago
Usually a couple days. However, if you got some strong
irritation like this- I am not sure bc your body could also be
having an allergic internal reaction with the sores showing up
where you ingested it, so it is not the same thing as normal irritation.

Try the chamomilla and see if it starts to subside.
simone717 9 years ago

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