Suck and Chew Sage for Aching Tooth Pain
Whether you have a wisdom tooth coming out, or accidentally cut yourself in your mouth, tooth aches and pain can be really annoying and cause more symptoms like headaches. But the good news is that there are go-to natural solutions t help with the throbbing and pain. Sage has been known all around the world as a soothing herb and using it in this way can get rid of tooth pain fast thanks to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. My mother gave us sage to chew on when we were little to help ease the pain, throbbing and discomfort of tooth aches or when our teeth were coming out, so this herb can play an important role in your dental routine. Sage can be used as an effective mouthwash to treat gum disease, throat infections, tooth pain and cankers. If you are struggling with cankers, you can try gargling or drinking strong sage tea or freeze fresh sage into ice cubes the suck on them for effective tooth pain relief. It really is easy and multi-purpose!
What You'll Need
- You can buy sage plant, candy or ointment for this treatment.
- Or opt for sage tea or freeze some fresh cubes at home. Whatever you prefer!
What You'll Do
- 1. Apply to direct pain spot in mouth area every hour until pain is alleviated.
- Or visit your local herbal pharmacy to buy sage tea.
Tips & Warnings
- If you're using the plant, make sure to wash it well before sucking and chewing on it.
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