Providing relief for tooth ache

@rage35 (344)
Philippines
January 5, 2011 3:14am CST
There are alternative management for people who suffers from tooth ache. I have read this on a book about herbal medicine and I've tried it at home and it is very effective. This alternative medicine can be found mainly at your kitchen, it's garlic. For tooth ache, you can put a small piece of garlic inside the affected tooth and you will feel it's effect when your pain is gently subsiding. It's economical and It's 100% effective.But if pain still persists, consult a dentist.
3 responses
@asliah (11149)
• Philippines
6 Jan 11
hi, my father always do that procedure, and sometimes he used a piece of pepper, and put inside of the tooth, other than, we also used salt as tooth paste, or gargle warm water diluted with salt.
@rage35 (344)
• Philippines
10 Jan 11
I have never tried that before. Well, I guess I need to try it since you've already suggested it.lol. But I'm not suffering tooch ache. If one day.lol
• United States
5 Jan 11
I had never heard this prior to your discussion so I am going to save your discussion as a great many discuss on here as to what to do. So I am glad you posted it as outside of seeing dentist I was unsure of what measures to take for the pain. Thanks a bunch.
@rage35 (344)
• Philippines
6 Jan 11
Thank you for considering my discussion as great. I am pleased to know that there are people who learned a new knowledge on my discussion. Thanks!
@magtibaygom (4865)
• Philippines
5 Jan 11
Garlic has a good amount of anti-bacterial substances that's why it is very effective in treating those problems with toothache. The anti-bacterial substances present in Garlic acts on the bacteria that are making your tooth ache.
@rage35 (344)
• Philippines
6 Jan 11
I agree. Anti-bacterial effects of garlic reduces pain, thus providing relief for tooth ache.