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12 All Natural Toothache Remedies Your Dentist Doesn’t Want You to Know About

12 All Natural Toothache Remedies Your Dentist Doesn’t Want You to Know About

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12 All Natural Toothache Remedies Your Dentist Doesn’t Want You to Know About


Toothache has always existed, even before modern dentistry. During this ancient time, people have had to rely on natural remedies to help them with a toothache. Even though modern medicine has its perks, natural remedies can help you get rid of this pain properly without having to visit the dentist.


Toothache Causes

Apart from cavities, toothache can be caused by:
  • Repetitive motions, such as chewing hard foods or grinding teeth
  • Infected gums/ Gum disease
  • Tooth decay
  • Tooth eruption ( in small children)
  • An abnormal bite
  • Abscessed tooth
  • Tooth fracture
  • A damaged filling
When it comes to the symptoms, some of the most common ones are a sharp, throbbing or constant pain, fever, headache and swelling around the teeth.

12 Toothache Natural Remedies

1. Clove Oil

Clove oil is rich in eugenol which is a powerful antiseptic and anesthetic. This one is used to kill germs and relieve gum pain at the dentist’s. According to a study, eugenol is as effective as benzocaine when it comes to treating pain. Just mix one teaspoon of coconut oil with a couple of drops of clove oil and put this to the painful area with a cotton ball. You can also chew a few cloves with the affected part of the mouth.

2. Ginger Cayenne Paste

This paste will aid in reducing swelling, alleviating pain, fighting infections and keeping bleeding in check. If you want to prepare it at home you just have to mix ginger and cayenne in equal amounts and add a bit of water. Just soak a cotton ball in the formula and apply on the tooth that hurts and leave it to work.

3. Salt Water Gargle

You have to mix a teaspoon of salt and a cup of boiling water to make this one. It will help you with infections and throat pain. Moreover, it will help to ease swelling and flushing away debris. Just let the water cool a bit and then swirl around the mouth for 30 seconds.

4.Peppermint Tea

According to a study, peppermint oil is extremely effective against oral pathogens. If you want to get the best results, then you need to drink peppermint tea with a teaspoon of peppermint leaves inside, stepped for 15-20 minutes. This tea will help with headache and bad breath which are associated with tooth pain.

5. Myrrh

Myrrh can help with inflammation and if you rinse with it it can reduce bacteria as well. Just simmer one teaspoon of it in two cups of water, let it cool down and use it a couple of times a day.

6. Raw Garlic

Garlic can fight off fungi, bacteria, and viruses. It contains allicin which does not respond well to health, so you need to use raw garlic. Just crush one garlic cloves and let it sit for a couple of minutes to activate the compounds. Also, combine it with a little bit of salt and apply it on the painful tooth. You can also chew the clove a bit on the tooth that hurts.

7. Vanilla Extract

Vanilla helps you in two different ways, with its smell which has soothing properties that can fight anxiety connected to a toothache; and the alcohol content which acts as numbing agent. If you want to use it to help you with a toothache you need to dab a vanilla extract on your finger and rub on the affected tooth. Do this twice a day.

8. Turmeric Paste

This paste is full of antiviral and antibacterial properties and it can fight bad breath, gum redness, irritation, and tooth stains. Just mix a tablespoon of coconut oil, a teaspoon of turmeric powder and a few drops of peppermint oil. Brush your teeth with this paste normally and let it sit a bit and rinse.

9. Chewing Gum

Losing a filling or breaking a tooth is very painful. So, to help with the pain you can chew on the opposite side of the mouth and the chewed gum on the affected tooth.

10. Ice

You can also apply ice or a cold compress on the cheek where your painful tooth is and this will help you with pain and swelling.

11. Acupressure

Just put some pressure on the hand on the affected side just where the base where your index finger and thumb meet. Hold it for a couple of minutes and this will relieve the toothache.

12. Essential Oils

According to one study “Essential oil rinses are found to be equally effective in inhibiting plaque. A study carried out by Pizzo et al. on plaque inhibitory effect of amine fluoride/stannous fluoride and essential oils showed no significant difference in efficacy of both. As chlorhexidine causes staining of teeth on long-term use, essential oils can be used as an alternative to chlorhexidine rinse. Essential oils have shown to possess antimicrobial activity against subgingival periopathogens, too.’
We would recommend you to use cinnamon oils, clove, tea tree oil, spearmint, peppermint, and myrrh.
Any of these amazing remedies will help you with your toothache, just try them

12 All Natural Toothache Remedies Your Dentist Doesn’t Want You to Know About
12 All Natural Toothache Remedies Your Dentist Doesn’t Want You to Know About

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