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Natural treatment for Toothache !!!

by Junior 6 months ago in organic
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How to treat toothache naturally???

A sore tooth usually indicates caries or infection, or other inflammation inside the tooth or gum.

 These discomforts always require the treatment of a dentist, but in anticipation of this, you can resort to a variety of traditional natural remedies for pain relief.

 With their help, you can reduce the risk of future dental problems.

The main cause of tooth decay is tartar, a sticky layer of food debris, saliva, and bacteria that builds upon the teeth.

 As tartar bacteria consume sugars and starches from food particles, they produce an acid that can destroy the enamel, the protective surface of the tooth.

 If the food has added sugar, the amount of acid increases rapidly and its level remains high for 25 minutes after a meal, if it is not removed, for example by brushing.

If you eat a lot of sugary foods, you may end up with cavities.

 Advanced cavities with deep cavities, which allow bacteria to penetrate well into the pulp of the tooth, will eventually lead to a painful dental abscess.

Preventive methods:

Keep your teeth healthy by brushing them at least twice a day, and preferably every time you eat.

Floss daily to remove food particles and tartar between teeth.

- Reduce the consumption of refined carbohydrates, such as sugar and white flour. Such foods help to form tartar and raise the level of acid in the mouth.

- Reduce excessive acidity in your mouth after eating, brushing your teeth, or ending your meal or snack with natural antacid foods such as hazelnuts and cheese. And by simply rinsing your mouth vigorously with water you can remove food debris and fight acidity.

- Drink tea, which is a good source of fluoride, a mineral that fights cavities. Tea contains tannin, which can also help fight bacterial activity.

-Prevent bacterial activity by rinsing your mouth daily with a few drops of myrrh tincture in a glass of water.

- Go to the dentist regularly.


Many babies suffer when their first teeth come out, usually perforating their gums at 6 months.

 They cry more, have a rash around their mouth due to spilled saliva, sleep poorly, and want to be in their arms.

A piece of special chewing gum can help.

 Try massaging your gums with your fingertips or using one of the following homeopathic remedies:

-Chamomilla: When the child is irritable and has a cheek redder than the other. Give this medicine in the form of granules, which dissolves easily in the mouth.

-Pulsatilla: When the child wants to be in his arms and the fresh air soothes his pain.


If your teeth hurt or your gums are swollen and sore, go to the dentist.

 To reduce the pain of an abscess, apply a hot compress for 5 minutes every half hour, and then rinse your mouth with lukewarm saltwater that can help release the pus.


Rub the gum around the tooth with a few drops of clove or cajeput oil.

 Repeat several times a day and avoid clove oil throughout pregnancy and cajeput for the first 20 weeks.


- Put a cotton swab dipped in echinacea tincture on the affected tooth.

- chew yellow ash bark or apply a paste of crushed bark mixed with a little water.


- Chamomilla: for unbearable toothache, aggravated by cold air and hot food and drink.

- Calcarea carbonica: For toothaches that start when you eat and worsen in the cold.

-Magnesia phosphorica: For sharp toothaches, which soothe the heat.

-Belladonna: For an abscess that grows rapidly and looks red, it is hot and swollen. The tooth twitches and the mouth is dry.

-Mercurius solubilis: For painful, bleeding gums, the pain increases at night, you are thirsty, you save more than usual and you have bad breath.

I hope you have enjoyed my herbal therapy tips.

Other natural remedies will follow.

Stay tuned for the next article that appears!


About the author


Hi, I have access to a lot of information about natural treatments that I think we are all looking for to use instead of chemicals.

Stay tuned because there will be many articles with these treatments and natural remedies!

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