Toothache — Natural remedies for pain relief

Toothache is pain that occurs in the tooth or in the tissues that are  surrounding the tooth. Most often occurs as a result of tooth decay or dental pulp disease and may also occur due to problems with the gums, jaws, or injury due to the outbreak of the teeth. There are also cases where toothaches are the result of changes in barometric pressure.

In fact, the so-called pain the toothache is a signal that something is not right with the tooth. Of course we can not put off going to the dentist, but for a short  timely visit to the dentist we can save the tooth or extend his lifespan.

But what  do we do when a toothache occurs at the beginning of the weekend or when we travel. There are natural solutions or natural remedies to relieve pain, and only relive the pain because natural remedies can not remove the permanent toothache. The permanent solution is going to the dentist.

Here are some natural remedies that will help you relieve and control the pain:

Clove and lavender:
In case of toothache chewing cloves can be of help. Even more effective is combination of essential oils of clove and lavender. This mixture deadens the painful nerve, soothe the inflammation and acts antibacterial. The essential oil of lavender and cloves are to be mixed in a ratio of 1:1.  Put 1-2 drops on your finger of the mixture and apply circular movements to the teeth and gums around the teeth.

Chamomile tea:
Chamomile is known to alleviate various inflammations. So with toothache or sore gums chamomile tea is a real natural balm for dental problems. One to two full tablespoons with chamomile flowers are yo be poured in 2,5 dl of boiling water, stir, cover and let it cool for half an hour. Then strain and drink.

Honey and cinnamon:
Make a paste of one teaspoon of cinnamon powder and five teaspoons of honey. With this surround your tooth that is causing you pain. This may be applied three times a day.

A mixture of tea:
The mixture consists of two bags or buckets mint tea, and four of lemon balm and St. John’s Wort. The tea is necessary to add five drops of Valerian . Before consuming the tea should be allowed to rest for 15 minutes and most often is used only 2 cups before the pain go away.

Salt:
It is always present in the household and represents a fast and convenient solution for the pain. In a pot of hot water is required to dissolve as much as possible, after that it is required a good rinsing of the tooth( approximately two minutes ). Caution: The solution should not be ingested as it is much too salty for the organism.

If any of these above mentioned natural remedies now help alleviate or eliminate pain, do not put off going to the dental clinic because each own tooth is very precious .

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