Avoid or Relieve The Pain of Caries With These Remedies

Avoid or Relieve The Pain of Caries With These Remedies!


Suffering from a chopped tooth? The problems related to teeth are always painful, but tooth decay is by far the worst. They can make drinking and eating almost impossible. Cavities are small holes that form in a tooth as a result of tooth decay. This usually happens due to the lack of dental hygiene and the accumulation of bacteria and plaque. It can also be due to the lack of minerals in the diet.

Sometimes, despite all our efforts, precautions and care, one can end up with a cavity. If you have one, the following home remedies will help you a lot.

1. Butter oil and cod liver oil

You will need : cod liver oil supplements and butter oil supplements

What you have to do : take one capsule of each with any food during the day.

How often should you do this : take these supplements regularly to maintain optimal dental health.

Why it works : Cod liver oil and butter oil are rich in vitamins A, D and K, which are excellent for maintaining good dental health. You can take these two supplements separately or as a capsule that contains both.

2. Fluoride mouth rinse

You will need: Mouthwash with fluoride

What you should do: after brushing, gargle with a mouthwash containing fluoride.

How often you should do this : do this every night before going to bed.

Why it works: Fluoride is good for teeth and helps to remineralize them. Since lack of minerals is a common cause of tooth decay, using a fluoride mouthwash is an effective home remedy for cavities and tooth decay.

3. Salt water

You will need: 1 teaspoon of table salt and a glass of warm water.

What you should do: add salt to warm water and mix well. Rinse and gargle, making sure to rinse cavities thoroughly.

How often you should do this: gargle with salt water twice a day.

Why it works: This is probably the most common home remedy for any pain related to teeth. It keeps the mouth free of bacteria and eliminates the stickiness of cavities. Saline balances the acidic pH created by dental caries.

4. Clove oil

You will need: clove oil

What you should do: Take a little clove oil on your finger and lightly massage the decay. If the affected tooth is difficult to reach, use a cotton gauze moistened with clove oil.

How often should you do this: apply clove oil 2-3 times a day.

Why it works: Clove oils help relieve pain caused by cavities and tooth decay. Eugenol, an essential oil found on the nail, is responsible for this analgesic action. Its antimicrobial components inhibit the growth of several types of viruses, bacteria and fungi.

5. Alcohol compress

You will need: gin, vodka, whiskey and a washcloth.

What you have to do: make a mixture of equal amounts of gin, vodka and whiskey. Take a clean cloth and immerse it in the solution, then use it as a compress against the tooth affected by decay. Keep it there for 4-5 minutes.

How often should you do this: Do this once a day.

Why it works: the alcohol content of these beverages will relieve pain and also kill any bacteria that is causing tooth decay.

6. Lemon

You will need: lemon

What you have to do: chew a slice of lemon for a couple of minutes. Rinse your mouth with clean water afterwards.

How often: Repeat this when necessary to relieve the pain of tooth decay.

Why it works: Lemons are a great source of vitamin C. The acids present in lemon juice kill germs and help relieve the pain caused by cavities.

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7. Tea

You will need: 1 bag of green tea, a cup of hot water, lemon juice (optional) and honey (optional)

What you have to do: prepare a cup of hot green tea. Add honey and lemon juice according to your preference. Drink while it is still hot.

How often you should do this: drink 2-3 cups of green tea every day.

Why it works: green tea reduces plaque production and keeps bacterial growth under control.

8. Bentonite clay

You will need: 1 ½ teaspoon of bentonite clay, 1 teaspoon of virgin coconut oil and a few drops of essential oil (tea tree, rosemary, mint or clove).

What you should do: mix all the ingredients and use the mixture as toothpaste.

How often should you do this: brush your teeth twice a day with this natural toothpaste.

Why it works: Bentonite clay is excellent for absorbing all the impurities in your environment, and this is exactly what it does when used as toothpaste. Absorbs and removes the black or brown sticky deposit from the infected tooth along with the bacteria.

9. Sodium bicarbonate

You will need: baking soda and a toothbrush

What you have to do: dip the toothbrush and dip it in a little bit of baking soda powder. Brush your teeth with it.

How often should you do this: Do this every two days for a few weeks.

Why it works: the alkalinity of sodium bicarbonate neutralizes the excess acid in the mouth that causes decay and deterioration. Sodium bicarbonate is also an antimicrobial agent.

10. Hydrogen peroxide

You will need: half a glass of oxygenated water and another glass of running water.

What you have to do: after brushing your teeth, rinse with hydrogen peroxide in your mouth for 5-7 seconds. Spit it and rinse your mouth with running water.

How often should you do this: once a day, before going to bed.

Why it works: the antimicrobial activity of hydrogen peroxide will kill any bacteria present in your mouth and treat cavities. Using this mouthwash will also prevent cavities, plaque and gingivitis.

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