Canker Sore Sufferers Can Enjoy a Romantic Valentine's Day With
SEATTLE, Feb. 13 /PRNewswire/ --
WHO: The 60 million Americans who suffer from recurrent canker sores
don't have to worry about a painful sore derailing their
Valentine's Day plans. CankerMelts, an all-natural,
over-the-counter canker sore remedy in the form of an oral
adhesive patch, has been shown in a peer-reviewed clinical
study to be published March 7 to provide immediate pain relief
and protection -- and to significantly shorten healing time.
CankerMelts inventor Jeff Haley is available to speak on the
topic of canker sores and how to best treat them, as well as
their effect on romantic relationships.
WHAT: The oral adhesive patch, or disc, is the most effective method
of canker sore treatment -- preferred over treatments in the
form of liquids or gels -- and CankerMelts offers many benefits
that other adhesive patches don't:
-- CankerMelts is made from all-natural ingredients, including
Glycyrrhiza extract (GX), an extract of licorice root that
has long been utilized as an anti-inflammatory. GX provides
pain relief without numbing -- so canker sore sufferers
won't miss out on the sensation of kissing their loved one
this Valentine's Day.
-- CankerMelts patches adhere to the inside of the mouth -- but
not so strongly that the patch can't be removed. Other
patches adhere so strongly that they can damage mouth
tissues if removed within eight hours of application. While
CankerMelts are comf
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