Clove Oil eases pain

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

What You'll Need

  • Pure Clove Oil
  • Cotton Bud.

What You'll Do

  • Apply tiny drop of clove oil onto a cotton bud and dab onto affected area for a minute or 2 until it begins to numb/dull the pain

Tips & Warnings

  • Very pungent! Some people may not like the smell or the strong taste! You only need a very small amount. Be careful not to ingest in large quantities, as this can cause respiratory problems.
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Emma Smiley says...
I woke up the other night with a throbbing pain in my mouth and it didn't go the whole of the next day, so after work I went and bought some clove oil. I didn't mind the taste and honestly it worked wonders – the pain was gone really quickly. Thanks for posting this really did help me.
talab says...
Clove oil actually really helped get rid of my tooth ache. For two days, I've been ignoring the throbbing sensation, then came across this tip, tried it, and it works! It's definitely got a strong taste but who cares, it works!

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