Chewing on Cloves can relieve you of tooth pain, toothache and gum inflammation and save your visit to the dentist. UCLA researchers say that chewing a clove for two hours can relieve tooth and gum ache and/or pain. Experts point to a natural compound in cloves called ‘eugenol’, a powerful and natural anesthetic. Sprinkling a ¼ teaspoon of ground cloves on meals daily can also protect your teeth. Scientists say this simple action helps stabilize blood sugar, plus dampen production of artery-clogging cholesterol in as little as three weeks.
Chewing on Cloves can relieve you of tooth pain, toothache and gum inflammation and save your visit to the dentist. UCLA researchers say that chewing a clove for two hours can relieve tooth and gum ache and/or pain.
Experts point to a natural compound in cloves called ‘eugenol’, a powerful and natural anesthetic. Sprinkling a ¼ teaspoon of ground cloves on meals daily can also protect your teeth. Scientists say this simple action helps stabilize blood sugar, plus dampen production of artery-clogging cholesterol in as little as three weeks.
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I didn't realize that something as simple as clove could help relieve pain from a toothache. I know that when someone in my family gets a tooth ache no one in the house is happy. We might need to remember this the next time one of gets a toothache or we should just go to a dentist. http://www.runcorndental.com.au/emergencydental
I am going to have to remember this the next time I have a toothache. I had no idea that clove could relieve tooth pain. It does seem like a temporary fix and you should go to a dentist if you do have tooth pain. http://www.mandurahdental.com.au/treatments
Shouldn't you still go to the dentist if your tooth was hurting? Chances are your tooth is going to hurt again when you top chewing. I can see this a being a big help for before you go into the dentist. http://nowdental.com.au
Worked as an oral surgery assistant for 13 years and it was sad to see patients who had tried this. It actually burned and damaged the tissue around the tooth, sad to see this promoted for a toothache.
Coconut Oil !!! More soothing than Clove oil !! I have had a cracked tooth with the root exposed for about a year before going to the dentist!! He was amazed that I had no infection in my root at all. I used a tip cotton of a q-tip soaked in coconut oil stuffed in the hole in the tooth!! Use Coconut oil !! Good for oil pulling and will take infectious bacteria out of the mouth also!!!
That's great for you , I simply don't agree . There's many reasons as to why you may have had that experience though . Glad your better
Jillian, I am also a nurse and you completely contradicted yourself in your last comment. You say you're all for natural remedies and alternative healing, but your very first comment said "How about you take yourself to the dentist?" Of course a toothache is telling you that something is wrong, but that doesn't mean that there aren't alternative ways to fix what is wrong. I was told 2 1/2 years ago that I needed a root canal. I was in almost constant pain.... It was a tooth that has a crown, and I was terrified of the two hour appointment. I never got that root canal and the pain has been gone for several years. I gargled with Teatree oil, flossed many times a day, gargled with peroxide at times, Took some anti-inflammatory herbal supplements and within several weeks I was pain-free.
Clove oil mixed with coconut oil is the only thing that gave my baby teething relief!! Great advice:-)
I ground up cloves and put the powder in olive oil. Use as needed for pain. I use it with a q tip to apply to the area in and around the tooth. You still need to see the dentist as this may cover up a more serious problem.
But see a DDS as pain is usually a sign of infection and so just dealing with pain is temporary fix and doesn't cure the problem which if left untreated can seriously damage your health!
I wish anybody who follows this advice the best of luck I truly do and I understand the want to cure your self naturally and economically . Please research these diagnoses before doing so .... Cracked tooth syndrome, acute periapicle periodontitis, cellulitis, Ludwick angina , gross decay , guna, ect... My experience and education is nursing and dentistry and I'm all about natural healing and avoiding pharmaceuticals. In all honestly there is no natural cure for a tooth ache it's your body telling you something is wrong and needs to be attended to.
Jillian Marland Please. this is one treatment we can vouch for. Might be for temporary relief in certain conditions but it does work perfectly. And by the looks of it most of our articles will be misleading to you, because we wouldn't recommend going to doc for every second thing in life!
Inguiry minds want to know ayurveda why is cold water bad for you again and what's the benefits of drinking room temp or warm water?
Worked great for me!! The throbbing and aching were gone in minutes! I used an Essential oil diluted with coconut oil.
I agree. I had an abscess once under a cracked tooth. I up a whole clove next to the tooth and it worked better than all the other store bought stuff.
But most of the best toothpaste is containing cloves oil. This is not a misleading information, it is time tested. You might be suffering from major problems. So that can not be resolved. But for kids and new problems or you can prevent problems with this therapy.