7 All Natural Toothache Home Remedies

A toothache is one of those painful experiences most people have gone through.  Not only are they painful, but they can also make it difficult to eat.  Oftentimes, a toothache can signal tooth decay or be caused by an infection or injury. Regardless of the cause, most of us will immediately make a dentist appointment but if for some reason, you’re unable to get to the dentist, there are several toothache home remedies you can try which can give temporary relief. A toothache isn’t something that can simply be ignored so take care of it as soon as you can. I’ve listed 7 home remedies for a toothache below that may help to relieve your pain.

7 All Natural Toothache Home Remedies

 

7 Toothache Home Remedies

Clove oil:
For this remedy, apply some clove oil to the aching tooth. Not only can it reduce your pain, but can also get rid of the infection. Cloves are very effective because they contain eugenol which is a phenylpropene that gives cloves its anti-inflammatory, anesthetic, and antibacterial properties. From ancient times, clove oil has been used as a home remedy for toothaches. If you don’t have any clove oil handy, you can use ground cloves and place some on the inflamed area. This can help to reduce the soreness as cloves are analgesic in nature.

Garlic:
Garlic has powerful antibiotic properties which can make it an effective toothache home remedy. You can make it into a paste by crushing it and applying to your aching tooth. It might burn temporarily, but the pain should go away within a few minutes.

Tea Tree Oil:
Add a few drops of tea tree oil to some lukewarm water and rinse your mouth with it or you can add a couple of drops to a cotton swab and hold it in place on your tooth for a few minutes. Tea tree oil has potent antibacterial properties which help ease your tooth pain.

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Ginger root:
Ginger root can also be very effective in treating a toothache. It has natural pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties. It can help to combat the infection as well as reduce the pain. To use it, just take a small piece of fresh ginger and chew on it gently. You could even ground up the ginger before chewing it to make it softer and easier to chew.

Baking soda:
Baking soda has many helpful uses and one of them is temporary toothache relief. To use, take a spoonful and dissolve it in a glass of lukewarm water. Next, swirl it around in your mouth for a minute or two. Do this every so often until the pain goes away.

Apple Cider Vinegar:
Apple cider vinegar is great to have around the house because of its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Take a cotton ball and soak it in some apple cider vinegar and place it on the tooth that’s hurting.

Turmeric
Turmeric is an herb that’s used in Indian cuisine which can be bought from the spice aisle at your local grocery store. In addition to its uses in food, it can relieve pain, reduce inflammation and has anti-bacterial properties. To use it on an aching tooth, make a paste with a little turmeric and a little purified water. Put a cotton ball in the mixture and then apply it to your tooth.

Please note, I am not a medical professional so none of this is professional medical advice.  This is information gathered by me from my own experience as well as experience from friends and relatives.

If any of these toothache home remedies worked for you or didn’t work for you, please share and let us know.  If none of these methods work for you and the pain is unbearable, please call your local hospital’s emergency room. Good luck and until you can get to the root of the problem, go gentle on your teeth and eat foods that will be gentle on them.

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