Symptoms of Toothache
the major symptoms of toothache are
pain while chewing food, pain while
drinking beverages (hot or cold), pain
in the jaw, bleeding or discharge from
the teeth or the gums, and swelling
in the jaw and/or around the teeth.
If toothache persists for more than
two days, if it is accompanied by a
fever, or if you find it difficult to
breathe or swallow, then you must consult
your dentist and have your ailment professionally
pain and extremely painful toothache
can often occur suddenly. Cleaning your
teeth and gums properly is obviously
the key to preventing toothaches. Home
remedies for toothache will help to
alleviate the excruciating pain associated
with toothache and can temporarily treat
you until you are able to visit your
a time-tested remedy for treating toothache.
Cloves have antiseptic, germicidal,
analgesic, and mild anesthetic properties.
Here is how you can use cloves to treat
one part clove oil with three parts
olive oil. Soak a cotton ball in
this diluted clove oil and press
it on the painful area. Hold the
cotton ball in place for a few minutes
and replace it with another oil-soaked
cotton ball when the effect subsides.
a couple of cloves between the aching
tooth and your cheek and leave them
in place for approximately 30 minutes
or until the pain subsides. You
can also chew the cloves to release
juice has a high concentration of chlorophyll,
which has antibacterial properties. It
is also believed to inhibit the growth
and development of unfriendly bacteria.
Wheatgrass can be used in many beneficial
ways, and it is also considered to be
a great cure for toothaches. Here are
a few suggestions for how to use wheatgrass:
a small amount of wheatgrass in
your daily diet to prevent tooth
juice in your mouth for five minutes
to eliminate toothache and to destroy
toxins that are in the gums.