Tooth Pain Remedies

Cloves
Posted by Cappy (Jacksonville, Fl) on 10/24/2009
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I have been dealing with a toothache that has been radiating through my mouth all week long. I have been in so much pain and even strong pain killers were not providing an ounce of relief. I was also using tons of numbing solutions only to find myself in pain again a few minutes later. My Mom pulled up your site as we usually do (I don't know why we didn't do it sooner) and after reading the feedback about clove oil, went right out to find some. It was hard to find, major chains and vitamin shops didn't carry it but we do have a wonderful whole foods shop that did carry it. So when the pain fired up again this evening.. I put some of the Clove oil onto a gauze pad and held it down on the area that has been bothering me the most and I can't believe the results. I'm sitting here pain free. It seemed to work very quickly too.


Acmella Oleracea
Posted by William (Akron, Ohio) on 08/18/2009
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Acmella oleracea, also known as Spilanthes acmella or toothache plant, is a natural analgesic which numbs the tongue and gums. Chewing a young bud results in extremely strong tingling and numbing effect.You can also make a tincture using 1 part herb (buds, flowers, leaves)1 part water, and 5 parts ethanol. Let stand for 2 to 3 weeks shaken occasionally. Apply to affected area with cotton wool.


Oil of Oregano
Posted by Laura (Dublin, Ohio) on 05/30/2015
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Thank you!! I happened to have some for another ailment and we used it on my boyfriend's tooth. He said it was weird how he could feel it working and felt better immediately! I never would have thought of it!


Cloves
Posted by Joan (Greenville, South Carolina) on 01/13/2009
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I was looking on the internet for help on toothache pain found alot of comments on clove. went to store looked for clove oil but could only find powder. however I put some on my gums was amazed at how well it worked


Cloves
Posted by Susan (Missoula, Montana, USA) on 04/18/2008
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Be careful what you put out in the universe, keep it positive at all times! Yesterday there was a boring meeting I just did not feel like attending so I crossed my fingers and used the little "white lie" about a toothache! This morning I woke up to a throbbing in an upper molar, and drinking cold water set me over the edge! Grabbed a tiny bottle of pure Clove Oil. Applied two drops to outside of my cheek opposite my toothe, then one drop on gum area! I couldn't believe it...sure it's a tad bitter, but ten minutes later I am pain free...like magic!


Oil Pulling
Posted by Rhonda (Rockwood, USA) on 01/13/2008
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I started Oil Pulling with extra virgin coconut oil and saw results the first time. I have had a sensitive tooth for years that has not responded to any other treatment. One OP and it was gone. About an hour after the first pulling my eyeballs started to ache. It got worse until I had to blow my nose and got a lot of egg yolk colored snot. The eye ache went away. My nose stops up every night when I lay down but not after oil pulling. I have also tried cold pressed sunflower and will try cold pressed sesame tomorrow.


Oil Pulling
Posted by Jake (Chicago, Il) on 10/09/2007
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Many thanks to Lucille from Jersey City. I had sensitive gums and nerves for several months after having two dental procedures - removal of an impacted and decayed wisdom tooth -lower left,and placement of a crown on a molar above. I was very sensitive to cold especially but hot as well. Oil pulling with coconut oil just three times cured it 95%. It was hard to believe after it was so sensitive it virtually went away. I rarely feel anything anymore except with extreme temperatures and I see even that declining as the days go by.


Cloves
Posted by Jennifer (Seattle, WA) on 06/04/2007
5 out of 5 stars

WOW! is all I can say. I was in such severe pain from an exposed tooth nerve that I thought I was going to go to the E.R. Then I tried cloves and my goodness the pain was gone in 2 minutes. Thank you for this web site- It is now on my favorites list.!!!!!


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Arazak (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) on 04/14/2007
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H202 for toothache: I was recommended by a friend to gargle for one minute with H2O2 3% solution 2 or 3 times per day and repeat for three or so days to relieve throbbing pain. And IT WORKED.

Cloves
Posted by Donnie (War-Town, GA) on 01/24/2007
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Tried the whole cloves, only took a few minutes, and seems to be working great!


Blackstrap Molasses
Posted by Mannalis (Tulsa, Oklahoma, Usa) on 04/07/2010

How much blackstrap molasses did you use? Did you swallow it or just put it on the tooth? Please respond quickly........God Bless.


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Anonymous (USA) on 06/28/2006
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If you have a terrible toothache, put a capful of 3% peroxide in your mouth and hold for ten minutes several times a day. The pain will diminish quickly.


Vitamin C
Posted by Sonia (Jakarta, Indonesia ) on 07/21/2021

Hi, so do you mean 1,000mg vit C + 450mg echinacea twice a day?



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