Toothaches are one of the most difficult aches you can experience. They strike suddenly and without a warning and may last for a long time. The only way to reduce a toothache is to visit a dentist who can identify and treat the problem, but you should know that there are many natural remedies which can help as well.

The main cause of toothache is tooth decay, although gum disease, infections, bruxism (teeth grinding) or receding gums can also be the cause. Toothaches are often accompanied by symptoms such as fever, headaches and even difficulty breathing, which is why they need to be resolved as soon as possible.

There are many over-the-counter painkillers which can relieve a toothache, but most of them have adverse side-effects as well and are never a long-term solution. According to studies, some of these drugs are especially bad for children, and have been related to a wide array of ailments including methemoblobinemia. Luckily, there are quite a few natural ingredients which can reduce your toothache and treat the root of the problem. Here are the best natural toothache remedies:

Clove oil

Clove oil contains eugenol, a powerful compound which can reduce the pain and has antiseptic properties as well.

Ginger-cayenne paste

A mixture of cayenne pepper, ginger and some water will create a powerful paste that can be applied on the aching tooth to instantly relieve the pain.

Saltwater gargle

Gargling a bit of salt and water for a minute can destroy bacteria in your mouth and relieve your toothache for good.

Myrrh

Myrrh oil has powerful astringent properties which can reduce the inflammation and swelling of your gums and provide toothache relief. Add 2 teaspoons of the oil in 2 cups of water and rinse your mouth with the mixture every day for best results.

Peppermint tea

Drinking peppermint tea will soothe the inflammation in your oral cavity and destroy bacteria which can cause tooth decay and pain.

Garlic

Garlic is a powerful natural remedy against almost anything including toothaches. Chew on a garlic clove for a bit to relieve the pain instantly, or swish some garlic juice in your mouth for the same effect.

Vanilla extract

Did you know that you can use vanilla extract to stop your toothache? The extract has numbing properties which will relieve the pain until you get to a dentist.

Ice

Applying an ice cube on the painful tooth will relieve the inflammation and numb the pain.

Turmeric paste

Turmeric is a powerful natural remedy for toothaches due to the presence of its active ingredient called curcumin. Curcumin is a powerful anti-inflammatory agent which can relieve the pain in minutes, while also destroying bacteria in your mouth and preventing further problems.

Essential oils

According to one study, essential oils have antimicrobial and antiseptic properties which can reduce inflammation and stop your toothache. The study showed that they work far better than any drug and don’t cause any adverse side-effects as well.

Chewing gum

Chewing gum can help you if you’ve chipped a tooth and can’t go to the dentist immediately. Just chew a bit of gum, take a small piece and wrap the tooth in it to protect the tooth from further damage.

Acupressure

Using acupressure on the hand that corresponds to the side of the painful tooth can relieve the pain and works like a charm. Do it for 15 minutes and you’ll be amazed by the results!

 

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Toothaches are one of the most difficult aches you can experience. They strike suddenly and without a warning and may last for a long time. The only way to reduce a toothache is to visit a dentist who can identify and treat the problem, but you should know that...