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02-26-2018, 10:00 AM
How to Stop a Toothache with Home Remedies

*Salt and Hot Water
The most common, and arguably the easiest, method for relieving tooth pain can be accomplished easily with just salt and water, something everyone has in their kitchen. Salt and hot water has long been known to provide relief for toothaches. Mixing a single tablespoon (1 tbsp) of salt in a glass of hot or warm water and then rinsing/gargling will provide the relief, which can be repeated if necessary.
*Ice Or Cold Compress
Probably the most obvious and easiest to do method of pain relief, using ice or a cold compress on the inside or outside of the side of your mouth that has the hurting tooth.
*Hydrogen Peroxide
Head to the bathroom of your house and find this common ingredient to help with pain relief. Use hydrogen peroxide by itself or diluted in water simply gargle it and spit!
Want to numb your tooth pain? Swishing alcohol like whiskey, scotch, vodka, and brandy will kill the germs and help numb the area around the tooth. A cotton ball soaked in alcohol and applied to the affected area might also be a good way to apply this pain reliever.

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