A dark brown or blackish crust like collection on the lips, teeth, and gums of a person with dehydration associated with a chronic debilitating disease.
Oral Debris, especially the hard coating of food, epithelial matter, and micro-organisms that collect on the oral mucosa, lips, and teeth in a dehydrated person.
Few associated symptoms are as:
Few homoeopathic remedy are as followed.
Calendula officinalis: The greatest healing agent having anti septic properties, applied locally. Useful in pains that are excessive and helps to drain the discharge or pus from the mouth ulcers.
Echinacea angustifolia: Canker; gums recede and bleed easily; corners of mouth and lips crack; tongue dry and swollen; sores; dirty brownish. Promotes the flow of saliva.
Hydrastis Canadensis: Tongue white, swollen, large, flabby, slimy; as if scalded; stomatitis. Ulceration of tongue, fissures toward the edges.
ARS - Unhealthy, easily-bleeding gums. Ulceration of mouth with dryness and burning heat. Epithelioma of lips.
CARBOLIC ACID - Sordes under left cheek.