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Thread: Kankersores from deficiency?

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by AuroraB View Post
    My sister used to get them a lot when she was a kid (in the 70's). My mom would give her L-lysine and have her rinse her mouth with glysine. She would get them from eating too much citrus. Now she gets them when she's stressed. L-lysine is an amino acid and doesn't produce any side effects that I'm aware of. I was able to take 3,000mg per day while I was pregnant. I take it when I feel a coldsore coming on along with extra B12 and it stops it in its tracks. L-lysine is great for herpetic lesions and shingles. You can mega dose it by taking 1,000 mg 3-4 times a day.
    Just to put this straight canker sores are this Canker sore - PubMed Health . NOT a herpes lesion and NOT the same as a cold sore which is this Herpes - oral - PubMed Health.

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    I get canker sores when I eat tomatoes (allergy), other than that, no issues since going primal.

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