Oral Spray Blend - Purslane & Oregon Grape Root

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Label: Beneficial Botanicals
Ingredients: Portulaca oleracea, Mahonia repens, food grade alcohol
Parts Used: whole plant Purslane, root of Oregon Grape
Organic: Yes Origin: USA
Tincture Ratio: 1:2

Known Use as a Mouth Spray for:
oral lichen planus (OLP), canker sores, herpes cold sores, fever blisters, bleeding gum inflammation, pyorrhea, periodontitis, sore throat

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The phenolic compounds and alkaloids in the combination of Purslane (Portulaca oleracea) and Oregon Grape Root (Mahonia repens, aquifolium rhizome) offer benefits in treating oral lichen planus (OLP), canker sores, herpes cold sores, fever blisters, bleeding gum inflammation, pyorrhea, periodontitis, and sore throat.

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Oral Lichen Planus
Use as a Mouthwash: Add 1 Tbsp. of the mixture to 1/2 cup of warm water. Gargle and swish around in the mouth. Repeat three times a day until sores have healed.

Blisters / Bleeding Gums / Pyorrhea / Cankor Sores / Cold Sores / Fever Blisters / Sore Throat
Use as an Oral Spray: Spray two to three shot into the mouth, targeting affected areas. Repeat three times a day until symptoms subside,

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Not intended for ingestion by swallowing, though if this inadvertently occurs there should not be unwanted effects. For precautions on taking Oregon Grape Root or Purslane internally, refer to the product pages for the individual tinctures.

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Efficacy of purslane in the treatment of oral lichen planus. Agha-Hosseini F, Borhan-Mohabi K, Monsef-Esfahani HR, Mirzaii-Dizgah I, Etemad-Moghadam S, Karagah A. Phytother Res. 2010 Feb 24(2):240-4.doi: 10.1002/ptr.2919.

The anti-inflammatory potential of berberine in vitro and in vivo. Chi-Li Kuo, Chin-Wen Chi, Tsung-Yun Liu. Cancer Letters Vol. 203, Issue 2, January 2004, pp 127-137.

Portulaca oleracea L. : A Review of Phytochemistry and Pharmacological Effects. Yan=-XI Zhou, Hai-Liang Xin, Khalid Rahman, Su-Juan Wang, Cheng Peng, Hong Zhang. Biomed Res Int. January 2015.

Antioxicant activity and phenolic compounds of fractions from Portulaca oleracea L. Naciye Erkan. Food Chemistry, Vol. 133, Issue 3, August 2012, pp 775-781.

This information is intended to supplement, not substitute for, the expertise and judgement of your physician, pharmacist or other healthcare provider. It should not be construed to indicate that the use of this product is safe, appropriate, or effective for you. Consult your healthcare provider before using this product.

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