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Boiled eggplant tops
Boil the tops of eggplants and gargle with the water to relieve toothache pain. Read more

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Bee Propolis
Apply bee propolis to the problem tooth. Read more

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Salt water rinse
Swish a small amount of warm salt water in your mouth to cure tooth pains. Read more

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Salty water
Swish salty water in mouth for 30 seconds Read more

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Clove Oil eases pain
Clove oil has been used in traditional medicine as a topical analgesic and anesthetic, (numbs affected area) and also has antibacterial properties. Read more

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Salt & Pepper
Tooth aches can be extremely painful and annoying. One of the best DIY and natural remedies I've tried is to mix salt and pepper with water to form a paste, then apply it directly to the affected... Read more

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Apply raw garlic
By applying raw garlic it acts as an antibiotic. Slows down bacterial activity Read more

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Crushed Aspirin
Apply crushed Aspirin directly on the tooth that is aching. Read more

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Suck and Chew Sage for Aching Tooth
Sage is soothing and calms tooth pains. Read more

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Simple Natural Pain Relief
If you are suffering from toothache or an infection in your mouth, try using a high quality clove oil to numb the pain and reduce infection. Read more

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Clove seeds
Clove seeds have been known to numb tooth pain for a long time. Take a clove seed and bite it where the tooth is painfull. Leave the clove seeds there for around 1 minute so that the essential... Read more

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Bleeding gums in pregnancy
Due to pregnancy hormones, your gums are more susceptible to bleeding and plaque build up. Swap your usual tooth brush to a SOFT bristle brush, and don't use alcohol based mouth wash Read more

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Cardamom oil for ache relief
Use cardamom oil to relieve toothache before going to the dentist. Read more

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Chew on cloves
If you’re ever stuck in the middle of nowhere and are unlucky enough to get a toothache, sometimes chewing on some cloves can help alleviate the pain – oil of cloves is used in dentistry as it can... Read more

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Avoid mouthwash after brushing
Tooth ache can be caused by a combination of things, and one of them is not understanding when to use certain products. Don’t use mouthwash at the same time as brushing your teeth – it will just... Read more

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Crushed Garlic
When you have tooth ache, crush up some a small amount of garlic and apply to the gums. Read more

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Different Causes of tooth ache and how to prevent it
Toothache may result from tooth decay or dental caries. In some cases it can lead to an infection requiring complex management. It can easily be prevented through good nutrition and effective... Read more

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Avoid acidic juices
If you’re drinking a lot of smoothies and juicing try to use a straw – our diets are becoming quite acidic which can lead to tooth erosion. Read more

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