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How to Get Rid of a Toothache Naturally in Less Than 12 Hours Part Seven

So here it is, 20 natural treatments that have been highly effective in the treatment of toothache pain while helping to reduce infection.
Some remedies outlined here offer relief within an hour while others take effect within a few hours of application. These remedies are for pain relief only and do not replace the need for a good dentist.

So here it is, 20 natural treatments that have been highly effective in the treatment of toothache pain while helping to reduce infection.
Some remedies outlined here offer relief within an hour while others take effect within a few hours of application. These remedies are for pain relief only and do not replace the need for a good dentist.
This should only be used as a temporary measure to help relieve pain if you are not able to get to a dentist immediately because there is no substitute for proper dental treatment that can get the real heart of the matter and treat the root cause (no pun intended) affecting your teeth which may be beyond the scope of just natural pain relief alone. Treating the cause rather than just treating the symptoms of pain is the best solution for permanent, pain free results.
There are several natural remedies using things you already have around your home that can provide pain relief for your toothache. Because these are natural they leave no known side effects and are easy to implement. There are a couple of treatments that pregnant women should avoid.
These remedies may seem like hocus pocus potions straight out of the pages of Hogwarts book of spells but they really do work.

Oats

Oats can be used to draw out pus and infection especially if an abscess is present.

 Directions:

 Place a teaspoon of oats onto the affected tooth and gently bite down.  Leave for 10 minutes before rinsing with a mixture of rock salt and water.

 

 Iodine

  From the early 20th century Iodine has been used to disinfect drinking water from contaminated sources which makes Iodine such an effective topical treatment for open wounds exposed to bacteria.

  Directions:

 Place one drop of Iodine on the tooth, do not swallow it.  Leave for 2 minutes; thoroughly rinse your mouth with water.

  

Hydrogen Peroxide (Food Grade)

 Hydrogen Peroxide kills infection by altering bacteria’s molecular structure.  Through the process of oxidation Hydrogen Peroxide attacks bacteria by destabilizing its molecules causing them to break apart rendering them useless.   This is why Hydrogen Peroxide foams upon contact with open wounds in the presence of bacteria.

 You can get food grade hydrogen peroxide from your pharmacy.

Directions:

To receive pain relief using Hydrogen Peroxide, take a swig of 3% (food grade) Hydrogen Peroxide and swish around the mouth like mouth wash, spit it out and rinse thoroughly several times afterward with water.

 You can also add half a glass of Hydrogen Peroxide (3% food grade) to half a glass of water, swishing it around in your mouth for 30 seconds before spitting it out rinsing thoroughly with lukewarm salt water.

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