When a person is in pain, there is nothing else you can think of, and there is no doubt no human being can perform properly when something hurts. Of course, we live in the era of modern technologies and any type of pain can be easily fought off with the help of painkillers or some other meds.

That is where we tend to forget that Mother Nature has also given us lots of means to be used to our advantage. What we have in mind is that there are so many effective remedies that can help you deal with pain naturally with the least of damage to your body.

Have all that in mind we decided that it would be nice to share with you a list of remedies which can help you deal with something as nasty as a toothache. But we need to warn you, no matter the effectiveness of natural remedies you should not forget about the regular checkups at the dentist’s office!

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#1 Clove oil

Mix some coconut oil with clove oil and place a soak in the mixture cotton pad onto the affected area. When the area starts to feel, numb take the cotton pad out and rinse your mouth.

#2 Ginger and cayenne pepper

Make a paste out of ginger and cayenne pepper and place it on the affected area, leave it on for as long as possible.

#3 Saltwater

Combine boiled water with a teaspoon of salt and rinse your mouth with it.

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#4 Peppermint tea

As it turns out peppermint tea is not only tasty but also helpful when it comes to dealing with a toothache.

#5 Myrrh

A myrrh rinse is also quite effective against a toothache. All you need to do is to simmer some myrrh in warm water, let it cool down and rinse your teeth a few times a day.

#6 Garlic

Chew on some garlic using the affected tooth a couple of times a day to lessen the pain.

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#7 Vanilla extract

Rub some vanilla extract onto the affected tooth and let it numb the pain.

#8 Turmeric powder

Make a paste out of turmeric powder and coconut oil with the addition of some peppermint oil and brush your teeth with it.

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#9 Chewing gum

His one may sound strange, but that does not make it any less effective. Chew some chewing gum and place a chewed gum onto the affected tooth and let take away the pain.

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#10 Ice

Apply an ice compress to the affected side and let it numb the pain.

#11 Acupressure

Use some pressure to suppress the pain.

#12 Essential oils

Use essential oil rinses to alleviate the pain.

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