Did you know that most home remedies for a toothache are inspired by ancient cultures that are known for having healthy teeth? They didn’t have a local dentist to go to if there was a problem. They relied mostly on trial and error from a concoction of various plants for their toothache remedy. Once they found something that worked it was passed on down the generations. I don’t know about you but I don’t think I would want to be involved as a guinea pig in those trial and error days. There is a lot to be said for modern day medicine.

This brings me back to the point if you’re searching for home remedies for a toothache; keep in mind you may need to go see your dentist. I’m showing you how to get toothache remedies while you probably have to fix an underlying problem. Most toothaches arise from a problem you already have. It could be an infection or a cracked tooth. It’s hard to imagine that any amount of garlic or salt will fix a cracked tooth or replace a filling. It’s just that most times when something happens it doesn’t happen at very opportune times to fit everyone’s schedule.

There are many home remedies for toothache. Most of which you need look no farther than your own kitchen. Salt right from your cupboard is an ideal toothache remedy. Not only does it address the issue of pain, it also helps fight infection, which in turn is a cause of pain. Salt has been used for thousands of years as a natural treatment for wounds and infections. Salt helps to create osmosis which causes the bacteria to shrink and die. To get your salt toothache remedy and another tip click on Toothache During Pregnancy. I gave it directly to the gals because I figured they had enough going on dealing with a toothache during pregnancy without having to search for a solution.

If you lost a chunk of tooth like I did, you can go to my story and see what I used to help the problem until I could get home and see a professional.

To get even more home remedies for toothache, a total of 20 different all natural toothache remedies, including some acupressure points, some main causes of tooth decay and infection, and tips to improve your oral hygiene,go to Find a Toothache Remedy Here

Here is one more toothache remedy that you won’t get with the book.                                                                                                                                

Take two teaspoons of Arm and Hammer baking soda and stir it into about a half glass of warm water until the powder dissolves. Rinse it around in your mouth several times for about 30 seconds at a time, spitting out in between, using all the contents of the glass. It has a slight burning, tingling sensation, nothing painful. Then take a Q-tip, wet the end, and mix with baking soda to create a paste. Apply the paste directly on the tooth making sure to get in between teeth also. Hope this helps.