Anyone who at least once suffered from toothache knows very well that the pain is not felt in the mouth, but often can be transferred to other parts of the body. Although in most cases, only a dentist can solve the problem of the patient, there are several home remedies that can help to alleviate the pain.
In a small bowl with warm water, add a spoonful of salt. Put it in your mouth, keep it as long as possible and spit it. Repeat if necessary.
Put a little hydrogen peroxide in your mouth and stir. If the taste is unbearable dilute it with water.
Whiskey, cognac, brandy or vodka can be useful. Put in the mouth any of these beverages, rinse and spit (but do not swallow).
Soak cotton with a little vanilla extract and wrap the sore spot. There are other extracts that have the same effect as an extract of lemon, mint and almond.
Tea tree oil
Add a few drops of tea tree oil in a glass of lukewarm water and with the resulting mixture rinse your mouth.
Apple cider vinegar
Soak cotton with apple cider vinegar and apply to the sore spot.
Crush one clove of garlic and place it on the sore spot (put between diseased teeth and cheek). You should know that it is not wrong if put a little salt on the garlic.
Leaves of mint
Chew the fresh mint leaves. If you do not have fresh, apply dried mint to the sore spot.
Soak cotton with water and baking soda and apply it to the sore spot. Also, you can make liquid rinse the mouth. In a small glass of warm water add one tablespoon of baking soda and rinse.
Just like the mint, you need to chew fresh leaves of plantago. Once you chew them, apply it to the sore spot and let it stand for some time while reducing pain.
It is important to note that if you have a toothache then there is no reason for it, so it is best to contact your dentist as soon as possible despite home remedies that can help you.