How to Naturally Relieve Pain Relief When the Dentist Doesn't Open for Seven More Hours
It’s 2 a.m., and you just got home from a night on the town. That molar that’s been bothering you flares up and this time, the pain is worse than ever.
You go through the medicine cabinet, a man on a mission; there’s no pain relief there. The dentist doesn’t open for another 7 hours, and the pharmacy is closed.
Just how do you stand the pain? Go to the kitchen. In the cupboard, you’ll find some quick home remedies for that knife-lie feeling in your lower jaw.
An ancient fix for pain. Clove oil includes eugenol, a natural antibacterial and analgesic chemical. Apply clove oil directly to the tooth and get some immediate relief.
One of the better household cures, onions also have antimicrobial and antiseptic properties that manage pain. Onions provide relief by eliminating the microbes that create the infection. Simply chew a small slice of onion and the pain is gone in minutes.
A spice, native to Iran, which is also called Devil’s dung.
OK. Maybe not something that most people have setting around. But if you have some, add it to lemon juice and heat the mixture slightly. Apply the warm tincture and the pain will be gone.
Asafetida is used in cooking as a digestive aid, in food as a condiment and in pickling.
Swish warm, salty water in your mouth — but don’t swallow it. The agitation from the water will help remove food which may be stuck between the teeth, and the salt is a mild antiseptic.
Native to southern Asia, Turmeric is commonly used as a spice in Pakistani and Indian cuisines.
Tumeric works for virtually all types of skin problems as well as dental pain relief. Turmeric combines antibacterial and antibacterial properties for quick pain relief.
Besides skin and dental problems, Turmeric is also useful for kidney and cardiovascular diseases Alzheimer’s disease and other disorders.
Yes. There are many more home remedies for toothache pain than just the ones listed here. Google it and you'll find over 3,000,000 sources of information.
Take a little time and find what works best for you.