Home remedies for toothache bring fast relief!
Home remedies for toothache
are the natural ways to fast pain relief.
Any infection that reaches the root of one of your teeth can cause
toothache pain. This can be from bacteria, abscess or even a sinus
condition. In addition pain can come from a cracked tooth, lost filling
or a sudden impact to the face.
Often when we are in the most pain we can`t immediately get a dental
appointment. The following are some natural remedies to relieve pain
fast while you wait for the dentist. In addition we will offer some
natural gum and tooth care idea`s for helping prevent the next
authors of this site are not doctors and do not diagnose, treat or cure
disease of any kind. The remedies offered her or our opinion and for
informational purposes only and not any form of medical advice. Always
consult a health care professional before using these or any natural
remedies. Health is always your responsibility and you should make
informed decisions about what is safe and appropriate for your
Here`s something to chew on for that tooth pain!
Home remedies for toothache #1: Clove has long been used
for toothache relief and is often found in topical dental solutions for
quick pain relief and to reduce infection. It`s oil is found in common
over the counter pain relief gels. You can get the oil or the leaves.
Both are useful for temporary pain relief. If you use the oil, use just
a dab on the tooth that has pain. Do not swallow this oil as even a
teaspoon full can be toxic if ingested.
A couple of the leaves can be just as effective. Place in your
mouth and chew just a little to release the oil... then place in the
mouth near the problem tooth in between the gum and lip like someone
who is chewing tobacco.
Leave for up to 30 minutes. Repeat as often as needed until you
can see the dentist.
- Home remedies for toothache #2: Make a powder of ginger and
cayenne pepper and add a couple of drops of apple
cider vinegar to make a paste. Cayenne
pepper has capsaicin a natural pain reliever. Ginger will
help relieve inflammation and the vinegar can help kill bacteria.
Saturate a cotton ball with the paste and place directly on the
tooth. This paste can irritate the gum's so try to keep it on the tooth
and not on the gum's.
- Home remedies for toothache #3: Get some activated charcoal
at your local health food store and use a heaping teaspoon with enough
water to make a paste. Take a tea bag, ( black and green tea are both
good), and moisten and apply the past to the tea bag. Place in the
mouth over the affected tooth and gently bite down until the paste is
squished around the tooth, but being careful not to break the tea bag.
In most cases you will feel relief in about 10 minutes.
- Home remedies for toothache #4: For some types of toothache 3%
hydrogen peroxide which can be found in any drugstore or
supermarket can be an effective remedy for temporary relief of pain.
Swiss a couple of caps full of this solution around the affected area
for 30 seconds. Spit out and rinse mouth with warm water.
- Home remedies for toothache #5: Salt has long been used
to help with toothaches. We recommend using sea salt or mineral salt as
regular table salt has been stripped of its minerals and other natural
components. Take a cup of warm water and a teaspoon of sea salt and
swish in your mouth for 30 seconds and spit out. The salt will help
reduce swelling and the minerals can aid healing.
- Acupressure remedies for toothache #6: Try some acupressure.
between your thumb and your forefinger is some web like flesh. Apply
pressure to the back of the hand in this area near the bone at the base
of the forefinger, but still in the web like fleshy area between the
thumb and forefinger.
Apply pressure with thumb from the opposite hand for 1 minute.
If only doing one hand you should do the one on the same side of the
Or you can do both hands. Another way is to place ice on this
area. As unusual as this sounds using pressure and ice in this area of
the hand has been used successfully for temporary toothache relief many
- Home remedies for toothache 7: At the first signs of a toothache
start eating foods high in and supplementing calcium and magnesium.
These help ease the nerves of your teeth and gums. Take 400 milligrams
of calcium and 250 milligrams of magnesium.
- Home remedies for toothache #8: To help prevent there being a
next time try this natural rinse for teeth and gums. Mix 1 cup of warm
water, 1 teaspoon of sea salt, 1/2 teaspoon of Goldenseal powder,
and 2 drops of tea
tree oil and rinse mouth twice daily.
- Home remedies for toothache #9: Mix equal amounts of baking
soda and sea salt along with 4 drops of tea tree oil. Fresh squeeze
a quarter lemon and add the lemon juice. Then add just enough warm
water to make a creamy paste.
- Home remedies for toothache #10: For those with more adventure
who want to try some of the truly ancient remedies for tooth care try urine
therapy. Following number nine, but instead, leave off the salt and
lemon and replace with ones own fresh urine.
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