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Soreness in corners of mouth

Hi there, I am posting this for my husband.

He has some soreness/dryness on the left corner of his mouth. If he opens too wide etc, it is sore and his skin has split there. He's had it for a few weeks now and stress (work load) has brought this on. He has been putting on some beeswax lip balm and/or vaseline to relieve it. This week I finally bought some vitamin B complex for him.

On the homeopathy front, I tried a low dose of silicea. 6c. 3 pillules three times a day for two days but nothing happened.

Next up I was going to try some nat mur 6c as that came up in my google search. He took a high dose of that a couple months back to try and sort out a chronic tonsillitis issue he has (which didn't fix it by the way).

Can anyone give me a direction to go in here? Many thanks.
 
  hmlearner on 2017-09-21
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Try nat mur 6x(cell salt ) they are tabs. If USA you can get at Whole Foods or online vitacost hylands brand.
Take 3 tabs 4x a day for 3days-if you see improvement then reduce to 3x a day and then 2x a day till gone.
 
simone717 4 years ago
Thank you. I have the 6c pillules on hand already - can I use these?
 
hmlearner 4 years ago
You could try the 6c 4 pills once a day for 3 days and see.
 
simone717 4 years ago
Thank you!
 
hmlearner 4 years ago

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