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To help people live better with cancer, we donate $1000 to the American Cancer Society every month.

Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?

These mean I don't have to constantly sip water, and they are very easy to carry around.

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About Salivix Sugar-Free Saliva Stimulant Pastilles - 50 pastilles

Salivix Sugar-Free Saliva Stimulant Pastilles help to combat the effects of dry mouth that result from cancer and cancer treatment. 

Key Benefits: 

  • Salivix pastilles help you produce saliva to counteract dry mouth
  • Sugar free with pH stabilisers
  • 50 pastilles per packet
  • Subtle and discreet; can be carried with you and used throughout the day as needed 
  • Makes eating and drinking more comfortable
  • Can help to reduce the chance of mouth sores 

Cancer treatment can result in a dry mouth which is very unpleasant. This can result in difficulty talking and swallowing amongst other things. Salivix Sugar-Free Stimulant Pastilles help the mouth to produce saliva by stimulating it in the same way that food does.

The pastilles are tutti fruitti flavoured and sugar-free. In addition to this, the pastilles contain pH stabilisers to counteract tooth erosion. 

Salivix Saliva Pastilles FAQs

What is dry mouth?

Xerostomia is the term health care professionals use for dry mouth. In the cancer setting, dry mouth is usually caused by radiotherapy to the head, neck or lung region, where the mouth is in the range of field of the radiation. Certain drugs which you could be prescribed can also cause dry mouth.

How can I stop dry mouth?

Dry mouth from radiotherapy can be unavoidable for some people. If you know are at risk of developing dry mouth, being attentive in your mouth care is essential. Saliva stimulant,s such as Salivix Sugar-Free Saliva Stimulant Pastilles, can help stimulate and increase saliva in patients undergoing radiotherapy. 

Will Salivix Sugar-Free Saliva Stimulant Pastilles help my dry mouth?

Salivix Sugar-Free Saliva Stimulant Pastilles have been shown to improve saliva levels in patients who have radiotherapy-induced dry mouth. More evidence is still needed for patients who have dry mouth related to medication. 

Ingredients

Includes Gum Arabic, lycasin, calcium lactate, sodium phosphate,xylitol, and malic acid.

Free of: Alcohol, gluten, soy, sodium lauryl sulfate, artificial sweeteners and preservatives.

 

How do I use it?

  • Suck one pastille slowly when needed

Customer Reviews

  1. Saliva tablets

    Susan McLeanMonday, 28 May 2018

    I've ordered these twice now. They don't seem to work for me and I can't taste the tutti frutti flavour. However, I've been on chemo for over 3 years now so maybe taste buds don't react to them. That said my brother who has a dry mouth thinks they're great

  2. Salivix

    SueSunday, 29 April 2018

    Works well whilst sucking it, good tangy taste, not too sweet, but as soon as it's gone my dry mouth is back.

  3. Dry Mouth

    Laura Sunday, 13 August 2017

    Work great. I have Sjogrens Syndrome and I love these.

  4. Pastels for dry mouth

    LorraineFriday, 24 March 2017

    These are brilliant

  5. This product certainly lived up to its claim, purchased ...

    Claudia S.Saturday, 10 October 2015

    This product certainly lived up to its claim, purchased it for someone whose medication causes dry mouth, especially at night. One of these every night relieves that perfectly and cancels the need for them to constantly have to sip water through the night. 

  6. Four Stars

    DifdreamFriday, 09 October 2015

    expensive but works

  7. A must for people with dry mouth problems

    The cat's motherThursday, 08 October 2015

    The Salivix pastilles were for my husband who has dry mouth problems due to the type of medication he is on. The pastilles alleviate his dry mouth problems, and he finds them easy to carry around with him, much easier than having to carry a liquid around.