5 Natural Toothache Remedies

We all know that toothaches can be painful. However, there are ways to treat a toothache naturally without having to visit the dentist. There are many natural remedies that work. Here are some of the best natural remedies for toothaches that you can try at home.


The best way to use cloves is to put a few drops of clove oil on a cotton ball and gently place it in your mouth. If you do this, you’ll feel the pain going away.


Regularly washing your mouth with warm salt water is generally a good idea, whether you have a toothache or not.

This is a natural way to treat a toothache. It will help you to relieve pain and get rid of the bacteria that are causing the problem. This is also a good way to freshen your breath.

Cold Compress

A cold compress on your tooth may help relieve the pain of a toothache that is caused by swelling.

Freeze peas in a towel to create a cold compress to relieve a toothache. Gently press the cold compress against your face close to your festering tooth. If this does not alleviate the pain, try putting an ice cube in your mouth and massaging the gums around the sore tooth.


Chilies contain capsaicin, a substance that people use to relieve nerve pain. Capsaicin can include the nerves in your teeth.

The mechanism that makes chili peppers lethal is called the ‘habenol’ ourlase, a natural chemical found in chillis. This compound not only gives your burrito its spice, but it also numbs the nerves within the area of contact.

Try rubbing a cayenne oil cotton ball on your tooth. Alternatively, you could try chewing on the chili pepper.

Activated Charcoal

Activated charcoal is a carbon-based substance that has two forms, powder and paste. It is commonly used in the hospital as a treatment for poisoning because it prevents the stomach from absorbing any chemicals.

You can use activated charcoal to provide toothache relief. Just make a paste with the charcoal, and put it on the gauze for you to bite down on.


In conclusion, if you’re experiencing a toothache, you may want to try one of these natural remedies. These natural remedies are safe and effective for treating toothaches.

If none of these remedies work, you may want to visit your dentist.

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