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2 Natural Remedies for Tongue Polyps

by Andreea Laza

Tongue Polyps Remedies #tonguepolyps

Tongue polyps are also called fibroepithelial polyps, tongue skin tags or even acrochordon. They are usually harmless and painless, but they can be quite irritating and simply unwanted. Most patients resort to removing them through surgery.

Hence most tongue polyps are removed throguh cauterization, cryosurgery, excision, or surgical ligation.

We want to show to you a less intrusive approach. Tongue polyps can be eliminated  with a few natural remedies. Herbs really to help in this situation. Without further ado, let’s see what you can do to remove tongue polyps naturally.

2 Natural Remedies for Tongue Polyps


1. Lady’s Bedstraw Tea Heals Tongue Polyps

This is a simple and efficient natural remedy for tongue polyps that you can try! Lady’s bedstraw tea is especially efficient in this situation. Here is how you can use it as a remedy.

  • Add 1 full tsp of yellow lady’s bedstraw herb into a cup and pour hot water over it.
  • Rinse your mouth for a few minutes with this tea while it’s warm then spit it out.
  • Repeat the procedure until you finish all the tea.

In addition, drink daily 3 cups of this tea, sip by sip, 30 minutes before the meals of the day.

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2. Swedish Bitter Remedy for Tongue Polyps

In the evening, before bedtime bathe your tongue in Swedish bitter. Do this as a gargle, but focus on covering the tongue completely in bitter. Repeat the treatment until the tongue polyps are gone forever. 

This is a simple and effective natural remedy for tongue polyps. You may try it before going for a more intrusive procedure. Both the home remedies here have been confirmed by patients who’ve used them successfully. It’s up to you to give them a try. They have no side-effects and are quite simple to do. Stay healthy, naturally! 

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