A 53-year-old woman, a sales negotiator by profession, was referred to the Oral and Maxillofacial Diseases Clinic of Kuopio University Hospital for oral mucosal changes. The patient had epilepsy and allergic rhinitis. Her regular medication included carbamazepine and clonazepam, as well as occasional cetirizine, mometasone furoate, salbutamol, and budesonide. Additionally, the patient was taking vitamin B and lactic acid bacteria supplements. The patient had aspirin, environmental, and several plant food allergies.