- Fast-acting capsules providing relief from mouth ulcers.
- Take just 2 capsules once a day, for 2 days.
- A combination of vitamins B, C and E, along with zinc and folic acid, aids wound healing, supports immunity and maintains tissue integrity during inflammation.
- Unlike topical applications that are often difficult to apply and frequently ineffective, this formula is a simple capsule solution.
- Vegan Friendly
AN ULCER TREATMENT THAT DOESN’T NEED THE FINGER
Now there’s a nicer way to treat mouth ulcers
What are the active ingredients in MouthUlcer?
To assist with the relief of mild mouth ulcers, each capsule contains the following active ingredients:
- Thiamine hydrochloride, equiv. to 2.08mg Vitamin B1;
- Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 2.0mg;
- Nicotinamide (Vitamin B3) 2.0mg;
- Calcium pantothenate, equiv. to 1.83mg Vitamin B5;
- Folic acid (Vit B9) 50mcg;
- Ascorbic acid (Vit C) 10.0mg;
- d-alpha Tocopherol acetate, equiv to 1.876mg Vitamin E;
- Ferrous fumarate, equiv.to 650mcg Iron;
- Magnesium citrate, equiv. to 3.1mg Magnesium;
- Zinc sulfate, equiv. to 25mg Zinc;
- Creatine monohydrate 50.0mg;
- Taurine 5.74mg;
- Isoleucine 1.0mg;
- Cysteine hydrochloride equiv. to 5.387mg cysteine
How do the ingredients in MouthUlcer work?
The vitamins, minerals amino acids and other nutrients work collectively to support the body’s own ability to heal itself.
Are there any chemicals used in MouthUlcer?
No chemicals or harsh solvents are used in making this product.
Does MouthUlcer contain any common allergens?
MouthUlcer is free from added wheat (and other cereals known to contain gluten), animal products (including dairy), sodium, yeast, egg and nuts. Phenylketonurics please note that this product does contain trace amounts of phenylalanine. If you have any other specific allergy or ingredient concerns please contact us on 1300 790 978
What quality tests have been run on MouthUlcer?
Testing of all ingredients pre-and post manufacture is mandatory for all complementary medicines regulated by the TGA in Australia. The ingredients in Mouth Ulcer are all fully traceable and tested for quality throughout the entire manufacturing process. We carry out stability testing through out the shelf life of the product to verify it continues to be active.
Are there any known side effects?
There are no known side effects or adverse reactions.
How do you take the MouthUlcer capsules?
For best results take 2 capsules with water, once daily for 2 days.
Could MouthUlcer react with any other medications I might be taking?
There are no known interactions with any medication, however we do recommend that you consult your health care professional if you have any concerns at all.
Can I take MouthUlcer long term?
While almost all of the ingredients are suitable for long term use, Zinc is not. Long term use of any product containing Zinc is not advised without consulting a healthcare professional. Mouth Ulcer is designed to be taken at the first sign of mouth ulcers rather than as a preventative, so long term use over consecutive days should not be required.
Is MouthUlcer suitable for children?
While our label states for use from 12 years and up, MouthUlcer is basically a dietary supplement and for short term use may be suitable for children at a half dose. We advise you only do this under the guidance of a healthcare professional.
I don’t like taking capsules or I want to give this to my kids. Can the capsules be opened?
The capsules can definitely be opened but the ingredients don’t actually taste very nice so we would suggest you mix it in a little bit of something more palatable like manuka honey, which also has wound healing properties or in a non-acidic fruit juice like pear.
Can I use MouthUlcer with a traditional gel treatment?
MouthUlcer capsules, used as directed, are very effective on their own, so there is no need to use a gel as well.
Can MouthUlcer help with ulcers caused by braces, dentures or medical treatments such as chemo?
There is no reason why MouthUlcer can’t be used effectively to treat any mild mouth ulcer, regardless of the cause, and we’ve had many customers report positive results under all of these conditions.
What else can I do to help relieve my mouth ulcer symptoms?
In the short term, keep hydrated, eat cooling foods such as cucumber, watermelon or maybe suck on ice cubes. Avoid acidic or over salty foods & drink which may aggravate any mouth ulcers. Weak saltwater rinses can also help. Long term, remember mouth ulcers frequently appear when run down or in times of extra stress, so be kind to yourself and think of this as a sign to slow down, maybe take things a little easier, enjoy an extra yoga class or maybe to get some extra sleep. If mouth ulcers persist or continue to reoccur, this may be a sign of some other underlying issues and a visit to your health professional is strongly recommended.