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How can I relieve tooth ache pain until I get to a dentist?


jpratt233 16 Oct 2018

I had unbearable tooth ache when I found this home remedies page I tried many of the remedies with little comfort getting up every hour trying the next remedy. I tried garlic, mouthwash, brushing my teeth, cloves, cayenne, and salt water. with little to temporary relief. In the past i would take 4 cloves of garlic and it always worked by the time morning came i had eaten 5 cloves of garlic and the pain was still there . So i just blended up 4 more cloves of garlic with carrot juice and within ten minutes the pain was completely gone. I have come up with a sure fire way to stop any tooth ache guaranteed.
Take 1 clove of garlic for every 20 lbs you weigh (For example if you weigh 160 lbs take 8 cloves).

blend the garlic with carrot juice and drink right after you blend it for best results. the carrot juice helps with the heat of the garlic.

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Jannie2021 16 July 2022

Yes, I have a garlic press and I take 5 cloves of pressed garlic on sour dough bread with butter and put it in the toaster oven on broil for a few minutes. This way it is more palatable.
Also I believe I have a cracked molar it feels spongy as though it’s pushing into the gum line. I put a small amount around the inflamed gum area and this helps with any pain.
I went off the antibiotic Augmentin and this method was best.
Twice daily is very healthy for our body.

MeggieGirl 21 Nov 2016

There are over the counter numbing medicines you can buy for tooth pain. I had a horrible night once where I had an abscess apparently and the last of the nerve was dying (I've never been in so much pain.) I was all over the Internet looking for ideas, so do a search, and you'll see a ton of stuff. The one I couldn't believe actually worked was pouring soy sauce over the tooth. I'm not even joking. Unfortunately, I was in such a bad state, I had to do it every ten minutes, but it was the ONLY thing that worked. Good luck!

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