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You may want to be checked for vitamin deficiencies.  Celiac Disease causes malabsorption which results in malnutrition.  Deficiencies in different vitamins can result in different kinds of mouth sores.  

Vitamin C deficiency causes sores on the gums.  Vitamins B 12, B 6, and B 3 can cause changes of the tongue and lips.  Deficiencies of minerals such as zinc, iron, and calcium can affect oral health as well. 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3576783/#!po=50.0000

http://www.doctoroz.com/blog/jonathan-b-levine-dmd/detecting-nutritional-deficiencies-dentist

https://www.sharecare.com/health/vitamins-supplements/vitamin-deficiency-affect-oral-health 

I don't know if emuaid is gluten free, but I hope the articles help.

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nancy beal,

knitty kitty has given you some good links.

But I have found Lysine helped me.

Emuaid is recommended for external use only.

here is my response from another thread.  This topic comes up often.  It is a long thread (and an old one)

so I am quoting the relevant information from now on copied form another thread.

"see this thread in spells out how I took Lysine to help my canker sores.

I hope this is helpful.

You might also have low stomach acid.  We get low in our amino acids when our stomach acid is not strong enough to digest proteins.

http://healthbeatnews.com/whats-burning-you/

from the article

"Jonathan Wright, M.D., well-known and respected holistic physician, states that “Although research in this area is entirely inadequate, its been my clinical observation that calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, copper, chromium, selenium, manganese, vanadium, molybdenum, cobalt, and many other micro-trace elements are not nearly as well-absorbed in those with poor stomach acid as they are in those whose acid levels are normal. When we test plasma amino acid levels for those with poor stomach function, we frequently find lower than usual levels of one or more of the eight essential amino acids: isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, and valine. Often there are functional insufficiencies of folic acid and/or vitamin B12.”

Again I hope this is  helpful but this not medical advice just things I have found that helped me.

And swilling salt water (be sure spit it out and don't swallow it) helps them go away quicker and taking Lysine can help keep them away after your current bout/round of mouth sores go away.

Once or twice a day of Lsyine will keep most ulcers at bay.  Remember it is an essential amino acid and we have to eat food with enough Lysine everyday or we get low in it since our body can't store most amino acids for more than 24 hours and why supplementing with Lysine helps.

Just trying to help those, God being my help, with the things that helped me with those still suffering.

Knowledge is power pass it one."

2 Corinthians 1: 3, 4

Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort;

Who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God.

posterboy,

I also want to say if you have cracked skin on the outside of your face that is painful try some B-2 Riboflavin.

It is noted in the link thread Knitty Kitty provided in table 2.

It helped my angular cheilitis . . that I had for years and I thought I would never get rid of it.

google images of Angular cheilitis and you will see what it looks like.

It is essentially oral sores on the outside of the mouth.  from where your lips leak from the sides of the mouth.

It can be common in older people and is a sign of poor nutrition often.

Emuaid might be good for that but it (Emuaid) doesn't recommend  Emuaid for oral use though Emuaid does have Lysine in it.

They are probably only saying it out of an abundance of caution . . . but it is best only to use any product as directed.

Again I hope this is helpful.

**** this is not medical advice but taking Lysine helped me.

posterboy,

 

 

 

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On 2/11/2018 at 2:45 PM, nancy beal said:

I have celiac and want to use emuaid for sores on my tongue and gums. I need to know if it is gluten free

EMUAID is gluten free and safe to use internally to an extent. It's not made for consumption but it's safe to use on mucosal areas such as the inside of the mouth, nasal cavity, genitals and anus. It's a 100% natural modern homeopathic topical medicine. 

-EMUAID

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