What are home remedies for tooth pain?

What should one do in case of a severe tooth pain that won’t go? How can you deal with it using only home remedies? Here is a list of things you can do.

home remedies for tooth pain

Tooth ache is something you don’t want to fool around with. This pain can make you eat the concrete. Whenever this happened to me, I remember that I was ready to pay any price just to get rid of this pain and get back to the normal life.

So, if you ever experience a toothache or are just looking for generally useful information, save these home remedies for tooth pain for the future to know how to deal with the pain when it comes to your mind.

Home (homemade) remedies for a toothache

1.    Clove-gilly-flowers tree

Clove-gilly-flowers are a traditional remedy for tightening nerves; the main chemical particle of this oil is eugenol, a natural pain medication. But one has to be very careful when using clove-gilly flower tree oil. Applying this kind of medicine to the aching area can lead to even more harm unless you keep it away from sensitive gum areas or on your tongue. On the contrary, apply two drops of clove-gilly flower oil on a piece of cotton and put it on the tooth itself. Hold it there until you feel less in pain. On top of that, you can take some powdered clove or put a whole clove on the tooth that is in pain. Chew the whole clove a little to release its oil and keep it in place up to half an hour or until the pain subsides.

homemade remedies for tooth pain

2.    Tea soothing

Brandy mint tea tastes incredibly pleasant. Besides, it has some numbing properties. Take just one teaspoon dried brandy mint leaves and a cup of hot water and let it absorb for at least twenty minutes. Then let the temperature of the tea decrease to swish it around in your mouth. Professionals say that you can either spit it out or swallow. On top of that, the astringent tannins in strong black tea may help alleviate the pain using making the swollen area smaller. To feel the benefits of this home remedy for the tooth pain due to the cavity or any other issue, apply a cotton ball dipped in tea to the affected area.

3.    Ice application

Take some ice and roll it in a towel, tissue, or put it in a plastic bag. Then take a piece of cloth to put it in not to affect the area directly. Once wrapped, ice can be applied to the tooth that is the source of pain for not longer than fifteen minutes to alleviate the pain. Another option here would be putting an ice pack on one’s cheek, right where the painful tooth is. Alternatively, some people claim that hand massage can be of much help here, but this is not scientifically proven to be correct. When nerves in your fingers get cold and inform the brain about this fact, they can even overlap the pain coming from your tooth. Here is what they say: “ Just wrap up an ice cube in a thin cloth and massage it in the fleshy area between your thumb and forefinger.”

home remedies for tooth pain relief

4. Vinegar use

One more homemade remedy for a toothache is as follows: start with dipping a small piece of crafts paper in this liquid, then sprinkle this paper with black pepper, and apply it near the area where the pain comes from. The affected area can experience significant pain relief given the warmth this procedure will bring.

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5. Hydric dioxide

This medication helps you get rid of certain bacteria and alleviate some pain. To use its benefits to relieve pain, wash mouth with a little bit of hydric dioxide. You can ease the pain to some extent with this solution in case this ache is accompanied by fever and a disgusting taste in the mouth. These two things will let you know that you are undergoing the complications of certain infection. However, keep in mind that this will not kill the source of the pain, but rather help you alleviate the discomfort for some time. Therefore, once you ease the pain, make sure to consult your doctor and see what might be the source of this infection in your body. Keep in mind that you cannot swallow this solution. And make sure to swish with water after using this home remedy for tooth pain and gum swelling.

home remedies for tooth pain and gum swelling

6. Chew a mint gum

There might be different reasons for tooth pain, one of them is the tooth breakage or the filling loss. In these cases, you should take gum, chew it a little bit, and fill the gap with it afterward. This might work with a loose filling, too, to hold it in place until you can get to the dentist. To avoid growing pain, try not to chew this gum with a painful tooth. Only chew with it after you consult your dentist, and he fixes this issue for you.

7. Massage

However, apart from regular strong massage, you can also try using acupressure. They say that it helps you to stop a toothache very quickly. Start with your thumb. Here is what the official trusted source say about this procedure: “Press the point on the back of your other hand where the base of your thumb and your index finger meet. “ This should be done for a couple of minutes. It is helpful since it stimulates the of endorphins, the brain's happy hormones.

best home remedies for tooth pain

8. Myrrh solution

Another homemade remedy for a toothache is based on using tincture of myrrh. All you need t do is to rinse with it. “The astringent effects help with inflammation, and myrrh offers the added benefit of killing bacteria. Simmer 1 teaspoon of powdered myrrh in 2 cups water for half an hour. Strain and wait for some time until it gets cooler. Rinse with one teaspoon of the solution in a half-cup water five to six times a day.”

These are the home remedies for the tooth pain you should be aware of. There are also different pills that can help you ease the pain. However, this should be decided by your dentist to harm you teeth and the already affected area.

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