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TOOTHACHE REMEDIES FOR PAIN RELIEF " 24 WAYS "

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Salt Water:
 Mix a heaping spoonful of salt in a small glass of lukewarm to warm water, swoosh around inside your mouth for as long as you can, spit out. Repeat a couple times. 

Garlic: 
Take a clove of garlic, smash it and apply (settle it inside cheek). You can also mash some garlic with salt.

Cloves: 
This is an old timer’s remedy, rest a clove against the sore area until pain goes away. You can also use a drop or two of clove oil (too much can be toxic) or make a thick paste of ground cloves and water or ground cloves and olive oil.

Onion: 
Slice a piece of fresh onion and hold it inside your mouth. The onion needs to be freshly cut (so it provides a bit of onion juice).

Plantain: 
Chew up a fresh plantain leaf. If you’re too sore to chew, use the other side of your mouth. Once the leaf is macerated a bit apply it to the problem area and hold in place.

Alcohol
:
 Swoosh a bit of whiskey, scotch, brandy or vodka. A strong mouthwash that contains alcohol will do the trick too.

Hydrogen Peroxide:
 Swoosh a bit of hydrogen peroxide. If the taste is too horrid for you, try diluting with a bit of water.

Cucumber: 
Slice a fresh piece of cucumber and hold it over the sore area. If refrigerated, you might want to bring the cucumber to room temperature before using (if sensitive to cold) otherwise a cool piece can be soothing. You can also mash a piece with a bit of salt.

Vanilla Extract:
Saturate a cotton ball with vanilla and hold in place. Can also use a cotton swab dipped in extract.

Almond Extract:
Saturate a cotton ball with almond and hold in place. Can also use a cotton swab dipped in extract.

Peppermint Extract: 

Saturate a cotton ball with peppermint and hold in place. Can also use a cotton swab dipped in extract.

Lemon Extract:

Saturate a cotton ball with lemon and hold in place. Can also use a cotton swab dipped in extract.

Tea Tree Oil:
Just a drop or two will do the trick. You can also add some to a cotton swab and hold in place or add a few drops of tea tree oil to a small glass of lukewarm to warm water and swoosh this around.

Tea: 
Make a fresh cup of tea then take the used tea bag (still warm) and stick it in your mouth. Careful not to tear the bag. The tannin that are naturally in tea leaves can help numb things.

Oil Of Oregano: 

Mix a few drops with a bit of olive oil, then saturate a cotton ball with mixture. Can replace the olive oil with lukewarm water if preferred.

Apple Cider Vinegar: 

Soak a cotton ball with apple cider vinegar (ACV) and hold it in place. Can also try regular household vinegar.

Ginger Root: 

Take a fresh piece of ginger and chew it a bit.

Peppermint Leaves:
Chew on fresh peppermint leaves. You can also dried leaves, just hold them in place.

Potato:

Cut a fresh piece of potato (raw, skin off) and hold in place. Can also pound a piece of raw potato, mix in a bit of salt and use the mash.

Lime: 

Cut a slice or wedge of lime and apply, bite into it if you can to release some of the juice. If you’re sensitive to cold, first bring the lime to room temperature if it was refrigerated.

Cayenne Pepper: 
Make a paste with cayenne pepper and water.

Black Pepper: 

You can use this full strength or make a mix of pepper and salt.

Baking Soda:

Take a cotton swab and moisten it with a bit of water, dip it in baking soda (coat the swab really well with baking soda) then apply. You can also make a mouth rinse by mixing a heaping spoonful of baking soda in a small glass of lukewarm to warm water, dissolve the soda then swish the mixture in your mouth.

Ice Pack: 
Cover an ice pack with a face cloth or towel then hold over your cheek where the problem is. This will help numb things. If that doesn’t work, try the opposite–a hot compress (not too hot that it burns your skin).

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