Natural Remedies To Cure A Toothache

toothacheMost toothaches occur when the root of a tooth is irritated. This may be because of tooth decay, gum disease or infection.  Tooth pain can also occur after a tooth extraction.  So what can you do to ease the pain?  Here are some ideas on natural remedies to cure a toothache.

One way to cure a toothache that is caused by gum disease or infection is a remedy made with the following natural products. First, put several drops of wild oregano oil under the tongue.  After a few minutes, rinse your mouth with colloidal silver.

Another thing to try is to rinse your mouth with warm salt water and massage the gums with oregano oil.

Ginger is another natural remedy.  Take a piece of fresh ginger and place it in your mouth over the infected tooth.  The pain should diminish after a few minutes.

Clove essential oil kills bacteria and relieves pain from a toothache. Try soaking a cotton ball in the oil and apply it around the infected tooth.

A teaspoon of black seed oil mixed with ½ teaspoon of vinegar also helps reduce inflammation and relieve pain. Use this mixture to rinse the mouth.

Lastly, using a cold pack on the outside of the mouth temporarily relieves pain from a toothache.  If a toothache is keeping you awake at night, this may be just enough to numb the area so you can get some sleep.

If you have a toothache for more than a few days, or if it gets worse each day, you should see your dentist as soon as possible.

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Strengthen Tooth Enamel Naturally

tooth enamelDid you know that your tooth enamel is 96% mineral content and is the strongest substance in the human body? But tooth enamel can be easily destroyed by poor diet, poor hygiene, lack of nutrients and from acid. As has been mentioned many times in this blog, acidic foods and drinks are the worst for tooth enamel.  Some foods that have a lot of acid and are known to promote enamel loss are soda, candy, processed foods, coffee, alcohol and tobacco, artificial sweeteners, breads and cereals and even some commercial toothpastes.

The good news is, there are ways to actually strengthen tooth enamel naturally.  These steps are known to promote enamel growth and are an important part of your diet and lifestyle.

  • Keep teeth clean using tooth soaps or homemade toothpaste.
  • Encourage saliva production and keep the mouth moist. Oil pulling is a good method for this.
  • Ensure you have adequate levels of Vitamin D in your diet. Salmon and other fatty fish and egg yolks are good sources.  You can also use supplements.
  • Ensure that you have adequate levels of Vitamin K2 in your diet. High vitamin butter oil, egg yolks, and hard cheeses are good sources.
  • Homemade bone broth – True bone broths are full of calcium and minerals that are absorbed into the body for bone growth and encourage re-mineralization of enamel.
  • Sea salt – True sea salt contains many trace minerals that are vital to bone and enamel growth.
  • Fermented foods – These contain high levels of probiotics. Sauerkraut, kombucha, pickled vegetables.
  • Strawberries – These are high in vitamin C and antioxidants but also have a natural exfoliating effect.

It’s not an overnight process.  It takes time and consistency. But it is well worth it and can benefit your health in many ways.

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How To Heal Cavities Naturally

heal cavities naturallyWe all know how important it is to take care of our teeth.  Brushing and flossing daily, as well as eating the right foods can help to prevent cavities. But according to this YouTube video from Healthy Holistic Living, there are some ways to prevent and heal cavities naturally. Cavities can happen more often if our bodies lack the minerals and vitamins it needs.  There are some foods that will help with preventing and healing cavities.  These foods include fruits and vegetables, fish and lobster, and cheese and meats. There are also certain supplements that can help such as cod liver oil and some others. To learn more about how to heal cavities naturally, check out the video below.

Curing Canker Sores

canker soresCanker sores can be hard to ignore. They can be found on your tongue, cheeks, lips and gums and they hurt and get in the way when you eat or drink. Luckily, they usually don’t last too long, but if you have had trouble getting rid of them, you can try some of these home remedies for curing canker sores.

  • Homemade remedy of Milk of Magnesia or Kaopectate which contain ingredients that coat wet tissues and Benylin or Benadryl which help to reduce inflammation. You can apply to the canker sore with a cotton swab, but don’t swallow it.
  • Over the Counter remedies can be found at your local pharmacy.  These include products like Orabase with Benzocain.  Products with xylocaine can help to dull the pain.
  • Cayenne is another thing that can relieve canker sore pain. This is because cayenne contains capsaicin which helps to desensitize the nerves.
  • A styptic pencil can be used on canker sores to numb the nerve endings.  This is something that barbers use to stem bleeding from minor nicks and cuts.
  • A little aloe juice from the inner portion of the leaf of the aloe plant can be rinsed over the canker several times daily to help relieve pain.
  • Another rinse you can try is a mixture of 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon of baking soda, and 2 ounces of hydrogen peroxide.  Even just a salt water rinse can help.
  • Sage is a spice that can be used to calm a canker sore. Add 3 teaspoons of sage leaves to 1 pint of boiling water and rinse with it.
  • Lastly, while this won’t make the canker disappear, ice or ice water rinse can help to numb it for a while to relieve pain.

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