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Not many people know that various herbs can be used to relieve toothache. Welcome to the Ultimate Toothache Relief Home Remedy Guide. (Below there is a table of contents for your convenience.)

Natural herbs such as cloves, marigolds, tarragon, and yarrow can be used to help relieve pain until you go to the dentist. Over the years, different cultures have relied on herbs to help control toothache and provide temporary relief.

For example, Native Americans used the bark on the gums inside the walnut tree to relieve toothache. The walnut tree is found in North America and is also releated to the black walnut.

Walnut trees can be found along the river in well-drained soil, dense forests and even backyards. Once the tree matures, it can reach a height of 60 feet, the bark is light gray, and the leaves and fruits resemble black walnuts. The bark can be applied to the gums to help relieve toothache, and ejaculation can be found in Asia, Europe and North America.

It usually grows wild in grasslands, fields and open woods. Yarrow root contains narcotic effects. Applying fresh yarrow root to your teeth or gums will help relieve pain until you can make an appointment with a dentist and take care of it. Lilac is an evergreen tree that is native to tropical regions, however, now it can be found all over the world.

As many of you already know, the buds of dried lilac flowers contain medicine. When clove oil is used to treat toothache, it can relieve the pain almost immediately. If you compare cloves with other natural toothache treatments, you will find that cloves are the best.

Hundreds of years ago, herbal medicine was the only way to relieve pain. Dentists began to appear, even though they did not have the equipment or technology they currently have.

Although the tooth is extracted during this time, alcohol is usually used to numb the pain, and then the tooth is extracted with tweezers.

Over time, herbal medicine has proven to be very effective in stopping toothache. If you are interested in herbs or have any questions about them, please feel free to ask your dentist for their opinions.

The dentist knows the herbs well, and if you ask for it, they should be able to recommend natural remedies. Next time you experience a toothache, you should always remember that herbal remedies can be a great way to relieve the pain.

Natural Toothache Relief From Around the Home

There are a large number of toothache home remedies on the kitchen shelves, which can immediately relieve the pain and pain of toothache.

Toothache is any pain, discomfort or pain in or around the tooth, which means the possibility of irritation and swelling, redness, and possible infection of an abscess. When a tooth dies, it sinks into the pulp cavity or close to it, including nerve endings and small blood vessels, and toothache begins to appear.

If you have not experienced the pain and pain of toothache, you must think you are lucky. But you never know, in the near future, it could eventually rear its ugly head. Therefore, you should always be aware of some home remedies to relieve toothache.

Be prepared to prevent this direct and unbearable pain. Although it is always possible to visit the dentist, these time-tested home remedies can immediately relieve the pain of toothache.

Well, teeth are one of the most important components in the body. Because of their soft nature and delicate gums that encapsulate their base, you must be very careful when experimenting with your own teeth. The remedies described here are not dangerous, because most remedies involve the use of natural products with no side effects for treatment.

Here are some easy-to-use remedies that can greatly relieve toothache. Many people swear by their benefits Let’s take a look…

Toothache Relief Home Remedy List

  1. Use of ice packs: Ice has excellent anesthetic properties. Place ice cubes around the affected area and try to compress it there. In most cases, the pain will be reduced because it is very suitable for suppressing the pain of nerve endings.
  2. Take fresh mint (about 5 grams), add a cup of water to boil, and add half a tablespoon of salt. Heat the water and drink it. Mint acts as a pain reliever and can eliminate other pains such as headaches.
  3. Use of cucumbers: Buy cucumbers at any vegetable store and cut them into thick slices. Place these fragments on and around the injured tooth and it will begin to work to produce a calming effect. If cucumber is refrigerated, the effect is better, because its freshness is the catalyst for its calming effect.
  4. You can try drinking a glass of whiskey on irritating teeth. Once the surrounding gums absorb a certain amount of alcohol, a kind of anesthesia is applied to the affected area to relieve pain.
  5. Use of oatmeal: If the toothache is a gum abscess, put the oatmeal there to take the cat out. Pain will be lessened
  6. Use dried mint leaves: Place a small bunch of dried mint leaves around the sore teeth for 15 minutes, then spit it out. Repeat this process 10 to 15 times a day. Peppermint has two effects. First, if there is an abscess, it attaches the abscess to the upper surface and then acts as a pain reliever.
  7. Use real vanilla extract: Take a cotton ball and put in some real vanilla extract. Apply it to the inflamed area and you will be surprised to find that it is numb! 8.
  8. The use of clove: Since ancient times, clove oil has been one of the commonly used instant therapies. If you can’t put in clove oil, check some cloves on the kitchen shelf. Try to squeeze it into the painful area. Clove has analgesic effect and can relieve pain.
  9. Asafetida: An alternative miracle pain reliever! Take half a tablespoon and mix with a little lemon juice to make a paste. Heat this Luke paste and apply the mixture with the help of a cotton ball.
  10. Use iodine: Just drop a drop of iodine on the teeth to complete this task.
  11. Oregano oil: Although it has a bad taste and a burning sensation after application, it has natural antibiotic properties.
  12. Garlic: To make garlic paste, add a little rock salt. Make a uniform mixture to apply to the affected area. Few home preventive measures can successfully counteract the onset of toothache. After each meal and before going to bed, add a tablespoon of salt to 12 ounces of water and rinse with salt water.
  13. Gentle flossing techniques. Every morning, use your fingertips to gently massage your gums with salt. Toothache is most likely to start at night, when you can hardly prove it other than the pain of swallowing painkillers and waiting for medical assistance. So don’t panic.
  14. Pop some peppermint: Peppermint can work as an natural pain killer when applied to the gum area. It can hurt a little when first applied, but when the initial pain subsides it can provide a reduction in pain
  15. Toothpaste: For an acute toothache, wash out your mouth with warm water and a apply a dollop of toothpaste (sensitive) directly to the tooth cavity. Let it sit for a few minutes and then rinse. Try not to swallow too much toothpaste.
  16. Arming yourself with almond: Almond extract has high alcohol content which makes it great for drying out cavities and acting as a topical anesthetic
  17. A slice of Onion: Hold a slice of onion in your mouth and gently bite down to release the juices
  18. Chew on catnip: You can simply chew on fresh leaves targeting the affected area for relief in tooth pain severity
  19. Crackers: For temporary pain relief you can chew a plain water cracker into a paste to fill the tooth cavity, helping reduce air flow. Also try biting down on bit of gauze over the top to help try and keep the wafer plug in place
  20. Go Herbal: A tea made from cayenne pepper extract, lobelia,valerian root and wild lettuce, with their calming properties can help reduce toothache pain. Using a quarter of a teaspoon of each ingredient with a cup of water, let it steep for 5 mintues, strain and drink.
  21. Poultice for pain relief: Mixing 2 teaspoons of baking soda with half a teaspoon of garlic salt, table salt and black pepper. Add lemon juice to create a paste and apply to the area of pain to help reduce pain significantly.
  22. Salt Wash: Use table salt and warm water to make salt water. Swish it around your mouth and try to hold the saltwater over the affected tooth for as long as you can bear. Spit out and repeat 3-4 times
  23. Teabag compress: Dampen a teabag with hot water or heat a moistened teabag in the microwave for 10 seconds or until hot to touch but not burning. Place on affected area for pain relief.
  24. Chewing Gum: Get a packet of strong sugar-free peppermint or menthol chewing gum. Chew until it makes a paste and fill and plug the affected tooth. This can help by stopping air flow to the nerve and introducing peppermint to the affected area.
  25. Powdered Neem Leaf: Brushing your teeth with powdered neem leaf kill germs and can really help with inflammatory pain. Although bitter it’s worth fighting through for its beneficial effects. After brushing your teeth with the neem leaf you can swallow the juice from the powder to help clean your digestive tract.
  26. Pure Organic neem oil mixed with tumeric powder on a cotton swab is great for gums. Apply to the affected gum area and leave overnight. Using neem regularly can help tighten loose gums, and stop bleeding and reduces inflammatory pain and gum swelling.

Home-made Toothpaste


You can make your own toothpaste by using
Half a teaspoon of salt,
1  teaspoon of bi-carbonate of soda (baking soda)
2-3 drops glycerine

The best part of this is you can add your own essential oils! Try adding 1-2 drops of peppermint, spearmint, rosemary or lavender essential oil.

Natural Toothpastes  (Amazon Links)

Vicco Vajradanti Herbal Toothpaste


Vicco Pure Health Toothpaste cleans the teeth, stimulates the gums and freshens your breath. Some of the naturally detoxifying ingredients that this toothpaste contains are licorice root, walnut and almond. It contains a variety of spices including but not limited to clove, betal nut, prickly ash and eucalyptus.

It also contains no artificial ingredients, parabens, flouride, saccharin, harsh abrasives or refined sweeteners.


Vicco Vajradanti Tooth Powder


A red herbal powder that contains no chalk. The powder has all the ingredients of the paste plus rice husk, sugar, alum and salt, it also contains triphala, a deep cleansing and balancing concoction of three fruits; black myrobalan, belleric myrobalan and Indian Gooseberry. This toothpowder is great if you hate the mint flavor common to a lot of toothpastes. This is good for eradicating bad breath.

After you’ve brushed your teeth with the toothpaste, you can then brush with the powder. Leave in your mouth for around 5 minutes before rinsing.


Viset-niyom Traditional Tooth Powder


White Clay, calcium salt and borneol make up this Thai tooth powder. Used with a toothbrush or with your finger, it is good for massaging sore gums, coffee & nicotine stains, strengthen teeth and reduce plaque.  It may be applied to the skin to help with blemishes.


Other Great Natural Toothpaste Options


Himalaya Botanique Neem & Pomegranate Toothpaste


Desert Essence Tea Tree Toothpaste





Problem Signs of a Dental Problem


I strongly advise going to the dentist every six months for a clean and checkup if possible.

Here are some signs that you might have a dental problem:

  • Throat, inner cheek and tongue are red, puffy or an discolored white
  • Chronic Headaches or TMJ pain
  • Jaw point pain
  • Habit of grinding teeth
  • Tooth injured or loose
  • Gums are swollen, red, soft or bleeding
  • Tooth and surrounding gums hurt


Acupunture Meridians – Tooth & Gums


When holistic-minded dentists started to measure electrical currents in acupunture meridians, called an electrodermal screening. Dr Reinhold, the inventor of this practice stated that “90% of all chronic diseases has an orientation in the mouth”.

Because most of the acupuncture meridians pass through the mouth, disease can be observed by changes in the teeth and gums. Pulling a tooth can harm the meridian qi and a root canal can make your body feel weak with excess build-up of bacteria in the root canal site. Signs you are lacking vitamins and nutrients iBecause most of the acupuncture meridians pass through the mouth, disease can be observed by changes in the teeth and gums. Pulling a tooth can harm the meridian qi and a root canal can make your body feel weak with excess build-up of bacteria in the root canal site. Signs you are lacking vitamins and nutrients in your diet are weak teeth, pale gums and an increase in teeth breaking.

Natural Ayurvedic Approaching your diet are weak teeth, pale gums and an increase in teeth breaking.


Natural Ayurvedic Approach


The benefit of ayurvedic treatments is that they help overall balance by supporting vitality and sexual hormones. They can help with stress and build up an immunity to illness and aging. The three humors; Vata, pitta and kapha are balanced by diet, herbs and certain elaborate healing practices and the three must work together to ensure health.

Vata tonics and adaptogens are important for reducing signs of aging.

For maintaining bone metabolism, hormone balance and good digestion (pitta) are necessary.

For protection of bone growth and strong teeth it is essential to have adequate absorbable calcium, magnesium, zinc and mixed traced minerals (kapha).


Diet For Your Healthy Teeth and Bones


What you should eat:

  • Complex Carbohydrates
  • Low fat foods
  • Reduced protein
  • Hypoallergenic Calcium Sources:
  • Dark green leafy vegetables – broccoli, kale, collards (providing beta carotene)
  • Yellow and orange vegetables – pumpkin, carrots
  • Beans
  • Low-fat milk
  • Soft boned fish and shellfish
  • Citrus fruits ( vitamin C and natural sodium)
  • Kelp seaweed – Magnesium and mixed trace mineral source


Daily Calcium from Hypoallergenic Sources


A generous handful of white sesame seeds in the morning can give around 1200 milligrams of natural calcium.

Combining goat’s milk with almonds is a great way to get calcium.  Soak 10 almonds overnight, then peel. Blend the almonds with a cup of goat’s milk or soy. Pour into a glass and add a pinch of cardamom, saffron and ginger. Drink before breakfast and again, before bed.

With one and a half teaspoons of honey, shatavari powder and ginger powder.  Mix them with one tablespoon of black or white sesame seed powder. This is really good for your bones and your teeth.



Dealing With Bad Breath


Recommended by Ayurvedic Doctors to prevent halitosis and gum infection…

Vitamin C – Foods like Oranges, guava, lemon, strawberries, kiwi

Gargle with unrefined sesame oil for 10 – 15 seconds after brushing teeth in the morning. Spit out the oil

Cleaning and protecting the liver with natural herbs like Ecliptia alba and niruri. These liver tonic herbs are known to immediately stop bleeding gums.





So that wraps it up for now, let me know if any of these have helped or you know of any more tips for natural remedies for toothaches.

Thank you for reading and kind regards,