Sometimes, toothaches can be severe and people must visit their dentist in order to treat their problem. Nevertheless, there are also some minor toothaches that can be treated at home or at least you can alleviate the pain until you visit the dentist. In order to do that, we will present you some home remedies you can try the next time you experience a toothache.

Cough Drops

Cough drops usually contain a small amount of anesthetic which means they are able to eliminate the minor toothache. Just take 1-2 cough drops and such on them.

There is also another option that includes VapoRub. All you have to do is to apply it on the outside of your cheek where your tooth aches, place a paper towel on your pillow and lie down on that side.

Rinse It Off

The cause of your toothache is usually the food trapped between your teeth, so in order to prevent that, you should try rinsing with mouthwash, flossing or using interdental brushes.

Cucumber

Slice a cucumber and place it on the aching tooth or just soak a cotton ball in brandy as alcohol has many helpful properties as well. the most important one is numbing the painful area. Moreover, there are some other natural ingredients that alleviate pain as well, including onions, garlic, wheat grass, salt water and spinach.

Tea Bags

In order to lower the swelling from an aching tooth, you should apply a hot tea directly to the tooth because it contains tannic acid.

Clove Oil

Clove oil is a popular alternative remedy and it is extremely effective because it contains eugenol which includes anesthetic and antibacterial properties.

All you have to do is to soak a cotton ball in a mixture made from ¼ teaspoon of olive oil and 2 or 3 drops of clove oil. After that, you should place it inside your mouth near the aching tooth and bite it down in order to keep it in place. Remember not to sleep with the cotton in your mouth. You can find clove oil in pharmacies and health food stores.

Natural Remedies that Can Help You Get Rid of a Toothache:

  • Oregano oil. It can be used both topically and internally;
  • Colloidal silver.It can be used locally, internal and for rinsing;
  • Warm salt water for rinsing;
  • Wild oregano oil.

Use:

All you have to do is to put several drops of this oil under the tongue and let it act for a few minutes. After that, rinse with colloidal silver. Then, you should spit it and swallow little bit of the silver, up to 250 ml on a daily basis. After a while, rub the oregano oil in the area around the gums. Between washing with colloidal silver also rinse your mouth with warm salt water and still massage oil oregano on the gums.

Make sure to repeat this treatment every hour during the day.

Additional Natural Remedies for Toothache:

Ginger Root

Cut the bark of the ginger on pieces, place them on the top of the painful tooth and bite it. You will notice that the pain will gradually decrease. Store  the remaining ginger pieces in the fridge and repeat the procedure.

Black Cumin Oil

Mix half a teaspoon of ACV with one teaspoon of black cumin oil, heat the mixture and leave it to cool off. Once prepared, rinse your mouth with it and prevent inflammation and infections.

Essential Clove Oil

Clove oil contains eugenol which is the aromatic chemical and it is able to eliminate bacteria and ease pain as well. you just have to soak a cotton ball in it and then apply it over the inflamed tooth. Repeat the procedure when needed.

Compresses

The best solution to eliminate intolerable pain is to use cold compresses or other cold stuff. For instance, you can place the cold compress on the outside of the painful area and the ache will subside.

Note: Visit your dentist immediately if the toothache continues.

 

 

source:fhfn.org

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Sometimes, toothaches can be severe and people must visit their dentist in order to treat their problem. Nevertheless, there are also some minor toothaches that can be treated at home or at least you can alleviate the pain until you visit the dentist. In order to do that, we...