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448 Home Remedies for Tooth Ache


Slice a raw onion and put the slice on the affected area of gum or on affected tooth. I found this on another website and used it and it worked wonders! Thank God, it was the middle of the night on the weekend, I didn't know how I was going to make it until Monday. Who knew, what 8 Advil and a bottle of Orajel couldn't touch, 1 slice of onion fixed almost instantly!


oregano oil diluted 10% one droop wwhere it hurts or one on each tooth.baste bad but works like a charm


If you have a throbbing tooth ache, try this. get a bowl of water big enough for your hand, and fill it half with water and 2 handfulls of ice. Place the hand from the opposite side of the body from where the tooth is located, into the ice water. In other words, if the tooth pain is on your left side place your right hand in the ice water. With the other hand, gently massage the V-shaped area between the thumb and index finger while the hand is under water. sounds strange. It works. I had an abscessed tooth that had to get a root canal. It happened over the weekend. When My hand hit the ice water the throbbing stopped instantly.




It sure as hell aint no dentist, yet crushed fresh garlic clove worked wonders for me. 'Allicin' is the substance that garlic releases when crushed, and seems to have some pretty good effect on pain. But be very careful, it does burn... and from what I hear, too much can be worse than the tooth ache in the long run. apply to effected tooth and slowly subsides. I've tried everything with the exception of cloves and this can get me through to the dentist the next day.

Dr. Mitchell

Suck a tea bag. Place it close as possible to the aching tooth.Seek professional help soon as possible.


This may sound a little far fetched but try reflexology, it worked for me when nothing else did. On your fingers and toes find the sensitive spots on your joints and massage the pain out. It takes awhile to get all of the sensitive spots out but it works!


take a teabag put it in water and put in microwave for less than a min. Put teabag on tooth. Doesn't taste good but it helps.


So this is what I did: I put about 8-10 aspirin (I didn't count them because I was in so much pain and I was so desperate) in a bowl and crushed them with a wooden kitchen tool. I added about 6 ounces of filtered water, and a little salt because it was kind of bitter. I heated it in the microwave until it was very warm. I soaked a cotton ball in the solution and placed the cotton ball in my mouth, in the dry socket. In about 5 minutes, I was completely out of pain again! Thank God- and thank you! Actually, the pain went from about a 10 to about a 1 or 2. I stayed pain free all day long by reheating the solution and applying a fresh cotton ball several more times- especially after eating and drinking.
[I originally tried swishing the solution gently in my mouth, but that gave my whole mouth a terrible chalky feeling that lasted several hours. That's when I switched to applying it directly with a cotton ball.]


Using vanilla extract works fine for a toothe ache,but if you have almond extract this works even better, vanilla extract has 35% alcohol verses 37% for the almond extract believe me the add'l 2% does make a difference.

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