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I have a genuine remedy here that I discovered on my own when I was taking care of my boyfriend who was battling cancer and going through an immense ammount of pain. Though he has recently passed away, I use to make him my special 'CHEMO TEA', and it was the only thing that would take his pain away. It worked better than morphine, oxycontins, hydrocodons, and the whole nine yards.

I can promise you this will work for even THE MOST SEVERE of cases. I remembered it tonight and after 48 hours of feeling suicidal from riding in the worst pain of my life, it all went to ZERO because I remembered my tea!

You will need to purchase white willow bark in loose leaf, and chamomile in loose leaf. Natural grocers or any natural department should have these for very affordable prices. I think I paid 3 dollars for a baggie of white willow bark and 2 dollars for the Chamomile at the time.

RECIPE: 2 teaspoons of white willow bark (way more effective than Aspirin) & 2 teaspoons of Chamomile. Steep in hot (but not boiling) water for 5 minutes. STRAIN, do not over steep as white willow bark can be dangerous if too strong. Drink at lukewarm temperature or cold, depending on how bad your tooth is. Within 15 minutes you will find your pain completely eliminated. Good luck!


I tried all of these with some success:

- Drinking green tea, and swish it around in your mouth. I would not use any green tea flavored with anything, because that is probably some artificial sweetener, which is the last thing you want. But, I guess there is a lot of natural fluoride in the green tea, that is the main thing that is good for teeth. Also, you can take the tea bag, when done, roll it up and put it right on the tooth.

- Take combinations of these spices Garlic, Turmeric, Mustard, or ground Cloves. I had best results with the ground Cloves. And, Put a bit of it in your hand, take your index finger, dab it on the spice mixed with your saliva, and apply it directly to the infected area.

- Anbesol and Orajel. I had mixed results with these. Sometimes they worked sometimes they didnt. I think they are meant for minor toothaches. And, the numbing effect you get outside the bad area is kind of unpleasant.

- Brushing with Sensodyne toothpaste helped a little. I also started using that enamel restoring mouthwash, which seemed to help a little bit.

- rinsing your mouth out with salt water, dont swallow any of it, it helped a little, very briefly.

I have yet to try these, but was about to,

take Olive Oil, or Apple Cider Vinegar, put it on a cotton ball or a small piece of paper towel. And, then stick that right on the bad tooth.

Baking Soda supposedly works very well. One thing, there is a person earlier in the suggestions, suggesting heating baking soda, whatever you do DO NOT heat baking soda, it will make it semi poisonous, and possibly cause chemical burns.

But, to take regular baking soda, turn it into a paste mixed with warm water. Apply that to the infected area, cover with cotton. And, supposedly this will greatly reduce the infection after about 2 days.

One thing i also want to say is i have bad teeth, my family had bad teeth, it's mostly a genetic thing. So, don't feel guilty if you have bad teeth. These Dental Care people like to put you on a guilt trip for not having a smile like a Hollywood celebrity, and then they act like it is no big deal when they say oh, well your dental bill is ONLY going to be $5,000 or $10,000. If not more.

Just try and take care of the teeth that you do still have as best you can, because in 5 or 10 years they are finally going to be able to re grow natural teeth, so there will be options outside of just dentures and implants. And, if you cant afford dental work in the USA, look into dental tourism, i have just started researching, i hear good things about the country of Hungary, South America, and the Philippines. Where they can do the work about as good as in the US for about 1/3 of the cost.


With exposed nerve pain, anything will help when u dig the hole or cover iT. What is hurting is the air hitting the nerve. Walgreens has a oral kit. Works great.


Try this at YOUR OWN RISK grab salt water very salty heat it up and take a golp hold it where the pain is then right away spit it out and do the same with very cold water it will hurt you will feel a crack or pop your tooth will crack killing the nurve and instant relief


So my tooth broke by chewing bubble gum it was one of my back molars and now there is an exposed nerve hurts when cold and hot hits it like a stabbing pain does not feel good at all, i'm guessing the tooth was already decaying and i did not realize it,So I have to wait few months to see my dentist so what i have been doing to ease the pain is take crest toothpaste it's called mint chocolate trek and putting it inside the hole of my tooth then i take a small piece of cotton and just stick it in on top so the toothpaste stays in there i know it's kinda gross to taste the toothpaste but it is worth it because the pain is unbearable it might work with other toothpastes but i only had the crest mint chocolate trek one,also i usually change it after i eat a meal so the piece of cotton doesn't get all gross and it has been working good so far,I thought i would share it maybe it could help someone else who has the same problem


I chipped one of my back teeth recently, and have put off going to the dentist because of the money it will cost. Obviously I am getting pains from the exposed nerve on that tooth, I tried sucking on cloves till they go soft then biting down on them that helps to numb it. I took some ibuprofen too, then I put half a teaspoon of crushed garlic in a tissue and rolled it in a ball then put it on the sore tooth, I recommend keeping it there for a bit as it brought me instantly relief.


I have a broken molar with the nerve exposed. Around 5:30 this morning, intense pain woke me up. I took 3 ibuprofen 800mg, which did nothing. I was reading on this site and I found the post about heating up the baking soda. I tried that and used a little bit of warm water to make a paste. I packed the whole with the paste and covered it with a cotton ball and INSTANT RELIEF!! You know like cartoons where it's storming like crazy then all of a sudden it stops with rainbows and unicorns and birds chirping and shit? That's how my life was when I felt the relief. Pain went from a 10 to nothing immediately. May be worth a try to someone and I pray it helps.


'Orabase by Colgate is the best thing I have tried for exposed nerve pain. My uncle introduced it to me, and it really works. I use it now as well.' It is found in the aisle where they sell canker sore paste. I wouldn't know what to do without it. Truly a life saver.


Get some Benadryl tablets or capsules, crush them up or empty the powder out, then dab your finger or a q-tip with water into the powder and put on the painful tooth or pack into hole in tooth, will taste horrible do not swallow or rinse, just try to hold it there as best as you can, use all the powder from 1-2 tablets, you will drool a bit and go numb, but half the time if the nerve is exposed it will kill that nerve and no more pain. this worked for me on the bottom tooth I had trouble with, the top teeth are a bit harder to do you have to almost tilt your head down so it can sit on top the tooth for a while. try to leave sit on tooth for about 10-15 minutes then you can rinse.


So I am a truck driver and have no meds available no anything available and the worst toothache I have ever experienced. Enough so I was tempted to call carve my tooth out with my pocket knife. I looked up accucpressure points for tooth pain and INSTANT relief. I pressed first on the meaty part of my hand between the thumb and fore finger then I pinched my cheeks just below my eyes...that one done the trick. Its free and it's worth a shot. I couldn't believe how well it worked.

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