You already called for an appointment but you can’t get in to see the dentist for another two weeks. What kind of toothache home remedies will give you some relief and get you through to the appointment?

There are lots of herbs that have pain-relieving qualities.

Home Remedies for a Toothache

Tea Bags for Tooth Pain

First, try taking a teabag, black or green will do, and heating it in the microwave with just a little water to moisten it and warm it up. Squeeze out the excess water and while it is still warm place it on the sore tooth. The tannic acid will help reduce swelling and pain. You should feel almost instant relief. Hold the teabag in your mouth by biting down on it

Take the teabag out when it gets cool, save the teabag and see if you can get more than one use out of it. If it does not work as well the second time then just throw it away and use a fresh teabag every time. Tea tends to have a bitter taste when it isn’t sweetened but you should be able to stand it for the little bit of time you will have the teabag in your mouth.

Clove Oil for Toothache

Another one of the toothache home remedies that is popular is the use of cloves or clove oil. cloves and clove oil have a powerful pain relieving compound in them called eugenol. A natural analgesic, eugenol also has anti-bacterial properties and anti-inflammatory properties as well.

You can mix the clove oil with some olive oil and soak a cotton ball in it. Then place the cotton ball on the tooth and hold in there by biting down gently on it.

If you are pregnant clove oil can be damaging to your unborn fetus and should be avoided.  People with kidney or liver problems or those who have had seizures in the past should not take clove oil at all.

Cinnamon Oil for Toothache

Other remedies you can try include cinnamon mixed with olive oil to make a paste. Dab a q-tip in the mixture and apply it to your tooth. Cinnamon has the same pain-relieving qualities cloves do only without the potential side effects.

Salt Water for Tooth Pain

You could also try one of the old standby toothache home remedies of a half teaspoon of salt in about four ounces warm water and just swish it around your mouth and spit it out. Try to hold it over the sore tooth if you can before spitting it out. The salt will dull the pain.

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Dee is an Adv. Certified Aromatherapist, Reiki Master, Adv. Color/Crystal Therapist, Herbalist, Dr. of Reflexology and single mom who is dedicated to helping others any way she can.

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