294 Home Remedies for Toothache

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Finaly relif

June 24, 2015
I'm 13 years old and I have a enalmal disorder that can cause heath to grow in with all ready a cavity on it all so my roots are spiraled so that can cause pain it self. At fort I just took 2 aleve but then it just started to not work at all.I tried vanilla extract, salt and pepper, warm salt water,ice,and just random Pressure point tricks and none worked some even made the pain much worse but then I made some peppermint tea and mixed honey in it and it worked like magic and save the tea bag after sinking the tea suck on it for some extra relief and if you don't have any peppermint tea black tea works just fine.
Sammi Roth from United States Of America

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Nutmeg mix

June 22, 2015
Concoction of nutmeg mustard and olive oil on a qtip this was after swishing wild oregano oil that I bought at the Amish herb store, most everything is pure there and its a mile away from me very lucky!

Prior to that I had used clove oil but ran out midweek. I used cloves of garlic in between and yes it helps but little fragments were getting caught where my tooth filling had come out thereby irritating the gum. NOT GOOD And the garlic needs to be fresh to get its oil. I also used a compress along my jawline.
Back to my weird nutmeg mixture the only trouble with the nutmeg mustard, olive oil mix is that I might have used too much because I ended up throwing up. Not sure what the culprit was the remedy or the infection but for 8 hours I had no ache at all just nausea.

I also read that nutmeg is considered a narcotic in high doses so maybe that was the issue. I would recommend trying it but be careful on how much you mix, I wasn't precise just kind of mixed all randomly and kept dabbing it! Also mustard should be warmed... I wont do that again! Will use again just be careful on the dose.
Gina from United States

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Salt warm water....

June 12, 2015
Boil the water warmly and put some salt to it(you could add on some clove oil if you having or tulsi ) and you should rinse in the mouth and spit the water after sometime.
Deepak Bn from Bangalore

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This sounds disgusting but.....

May 09, 2015
I came across this site Healing Teeth Naturally, just as I found this site (around 1am :0) and I came across a practice (with Testimonials) that was quite Intriguing and Equally Disgusting...The Practice of Urine Therapy....And if what these people have been sharing...It may just be something a person who is Desperate enough might "Have To" try. Not just because of the pain they might be enduring, but because of the High cost of Dental care...And therefore no other alternative..

Healing Teeth Naturally, again is the site, Urine Therapy for the Healing of Teeth and Gums is the subject...Also same site...Urine Therapy....Background on the Science and practice of Urotherapy as a cure for Diseases including cancer. (Interesting Read)
Jamarie from Il

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Vanilla and cinnamon

May 06, 2015
I have horrible teeth, I am constantly getting cavities and I've already had two root canals by age 18. I take superb care of my teeth, but I'm convinced that some of us just have no luck in the tooth area.

After already taking a prescription strength pain reliever which helped none, I resorted here. I currently just made a paste of cinnamon and vanilla extract and brushed like a tooth paste, I then soaked a q tip in vanilla extract and left it in my mouth near area of pain for a couple of minutes, I am feeling a LOT of relief. It isn't all the way gone, but something is better than nothing!
Hurting from South

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4am and only just relieved the pain.

April 18, 2015
I have tried almost everything (shy of actually pulling the tooth out myself) and nothing was working. My solution is far from perfect but enough to get some sleep before I have to be back at work in a few hours.

Gargle strong whisky for 5-10 minutes. It does get a bit uncomfortable but nothing compared to the pain I was experiencing. After about 5 minutes my mouth was pretty numb so now I can get some sleep. The girlfriend wasn't impressed with the smell of the whisky so a quick brush of the teeth and hey presto.
Steve from United Kingdom

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Ground cloves!!! best pain relief

April 04, 2015
So I have been experiencing a horrible toothache for about 4 days. I have been taking so much ibuprofen that I finally ran out this afternoon. The pain seems to really hit at night when I try to sleep so I haven't gotten much sleep.
But tonight I am pain free. I first brushed my teeth with baking soda then swished around warm mouthwash. I took some ground cloves and baking soda and added warm water to it. Swished it around for 30 seconds abut 3 times and I have no pain now! Ground cloves and baking soda is the answer!!!!
Asia from New York

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Late night experimenting

April 01, 2015
I have tried pretty much everything on here Garlic was good but it wears off Cinnamon was OK as was vanilla extract. Salt water did nothing, mouthwash did nothing I had no cough drops but swished cough medicine around and that helped a bit for a while as it has clove oil, peppermint oil and menthol in it Glad I can try what I DO have in the house thinking of making a TEA out of a mulled wine sachet I have as it contains cinnamon and cloves and may add some honey to it too, might be soothing if I drink / swoosh it around the teeth while it's warm, not hot sleep deprivation is kicking in and yet this is the first time I have tried home remedies rather than high doses of painkillers and so far it has been an interesting experiment as some of the things DO work enough for me to concentrate and be able to write this..

I have a "concoction" of a mouthwash sitting there for me to try including salt, pepper, vinegar, vanilla extract, baking soda, lemon juice, ginger and garlic so it will probably taste RANK but will give it a try and see if it works. Have not tried milk as yet but will probably go to bed with the garlic paste as that seems to be working the best.
It is so good we can share our remedies with others as everyone knows about those awful sleepless nights in pain and if SOMETHING SIMPLE can help which you DO have in the house in the middle of the night then it is a 'natural Godsend!'
Caz from UK

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Boy im hungry

March 27, 2015
So I blended a can of vegetable soup in blender and no chewing so problem solved with me not wanting to eat.... Oooh I am at the moment popping Tylenol 800ml every5-6hour garlic did not work ice did not work in my mouth I have been using some baby oralgel along with clove oil.....I need a root canal done but seeing that I cannot afford that I will be getting them pulled...
Vee from Phx., AZ

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Toothach due to chipped tooth

February 20, 2015
For me it was 2 weeks of pain after I fell playing basketball at the West Valley City recreation center and hit my cheek on the floor. I thought I just bruised my cheek but it was my tooth. I ended up going to the dentist and having it pulled because it had cracked right through and broke in half. I am happy to have it out. One other way to fix the pain is to eat bananas and drink "COLD" milk.
Michael Neff from West Valley City Utah

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Healing toothache with nutrition

February 18, 2015
This is the remedy for healing cavities and sensitive teeth that my family uses: For instant pain relief you can chew on a clove. For deeper healing of your teeth take 1/2tsp cod liver oil 1/2tsp butter oil 2 to 3 times a day I take it in a glass of hot-to-touch water by pinching my nose and washing it down. I usually have to take it 2-3 times before the toothache is gone. During that time I donĀ“t eat, I just drink plenty of bone broth for remineralization.
Stefan from Austria

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My tooth hurts so bad!!!!!! (cencored)

February 18, 2015
Try eating a banana and drinking some cold milk. Works like a charm for me and I hope it can work for you too. Thank you monkeys for giving us bananas (we are part ape).
Michael Neff from West Valley City Utah

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