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How to Use Potassium Alum for Mouth Ulcers, Gum Sores, Bleeding, Wounds, Hemorrhoids, Nosebleeds, Pustules and Body Odor


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Potassium Alum is a crystal-white mineral. It has been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years. Potassium Alum is widely used as an astringent and a styptic to stop bleeding, clean and heal minor cuts and wounds, and cure bad gums, nosebleeds, hemorrhoids and pustules. It is also used as a deodorant to reduce body odor – often applied to the underarms, or after shaving.

 

How to Use Potassium Alum

1. To treat mouth/canker sores, gum inflammation, nosebleeds, cuts, wounds, hemorrhoids and pustules:

- Apply a pinch of the powder to the affected area,
- Or dissolve some potassium alum in water, use it as mouthwash, or use it to wash the affected area.

2. To treat nosebleeds:

- Dissolve a pinch of the powder in some water, use a cotton ball to soak it and apply to the nose.

3. To treat body odor (feet or underarms):

- Apply the powder to your feet or underarms
- Or mix it with some water and then apply the solution to the area

For more information about natural remedies and alternative treatment for ulcers, go to Natural Remedies Center: http://www.naturalremediescenter.com/treat/ulcers/

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