Ripe fig remedy
-1 fresh and ripe fig
Split the ripe fig in half and squeeze the juice out of it on the aching tooth. Keep adding ripe fig juice on the tooth every 15 minutes until the pain stops. Some people use ripe fig to clean their teeth.
-1 garlic clove
A slice of peeled garlic applied on the affected tooth will alleviate the pain. Or you can cut a garlic clove in half, then place a piece on each side of the aching tooth. If you have sensitive skin, wrap the garlic clove in a soft cloth.
Pepper and alcohol remedy
-a slice of toasted bread
Soak a piece of toast in any type of alcohol then sprinkle pepper over it. To relieve pain, apply a slice of bread with the spicy side on the toothache.
Chili tincture remedy
Apply a few drops of hot pepper tincture on the affected tooth. Even if at first it seems that the pain is stronger after a few seconds the toothache will disappear.
Grate 1 horseradish root, then apply a poultice behind the ear close to the aching tooth. To relieve pain faster, put some grated horseradish on the aching tooth.
The peel of one lemon
Cut the peel from a lemon and massage the gums. Not only will this treatment prevent periodontitis, but will also help in removing teeth stains.
Lemon juice treatment
-fresh lemon juice
Soak a cotton ball in lemon juice and apply it directly on the aching tooth.
-half an onion
Bake half an onion. Then, while it’s still hot, place it on the opposite hand and wrist of the aching tooth. Pain should stop when onions cools completely.
Heat the salt in a pan then put the salt in a sock. Apply this onto your cheek and it will alleviate the most horrifying pain. It’s very effective in the case of tooth infection.
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