As long as we’re on the subject of remedies for tooth pain that will burn, introducing black pepper powder to your tooth will work great, but you will experience an uncomfortable burning sensation while it does its job. Take powdered black pepper and apply the powder directly to the tooth.
You can also make it into a paste as with the cayenne pepper. Leave this on for only a few seconds, ignore the burning pain as much as you can, and you’ll find that once the burning sensation subsides your tooth will feel much better.
15. Chilled Potato
A frozen potato is a great home remedy that will get rid of wisdom tooth pain in a jiffy. Take a potato and put it in the freezer for about ten minutes or until well-chilled. Remove the potato from the freezer and cut off a thin slice that will fit directly onto your wisdom tooth. The chilled potato will numb the nerves, soothe the pain, and make your tooth feel much better. You can do this as many times as needed without any harmful side effects.
16. Goldenseal Tincture
Although many people have heard of goldenseal they aren’t sure exactly what it does. It has actually been used for hundreds of years for medicinal purposes and helps to greatly stimulate the body’s own immunity. It is an amazing antifungal and antiviral herb and will greatly help to reduce wisdom tooth pain.
To use goldenseal for a sore wisdom tooth, simply take a few drops of a goldenseal tincture and apply it directly to the tooth. Massage this gently into the pained area and let it sit for about 5 minutes. This is all it should take to quickly and effectively get rid of your pain.
17. Chilled Cucumber
A chilled cucumber happens to be an excellent remedy for wisdom tooth pain. Put a cucumber in the freezer for a couple of minutes and let it chill thoroughly but don’t let it freeze. After it is well-chilled remove it from the freezer and cut off a small slice, sized to fit over your hurting tooth.
The cold will reduce your pain level and the juice will provide extra relief. If you have a juicer at home, try juicing a cucumber and using its juice as a mouth rinse. You may also chill the pulp and place this directly onto your tooth.
18. Black Tea
A warm cup of black tea will provide the relief you need in a couple of ways. Not only will the warmth of the tea help to greatly reduce swelling, but the tea bag will draw out the pain. To use this easy home remedy for cutting out wisdom tooth pain quickly, simply brew a cup of black tea and sip it down to reduce uncomfortable symptoms of swelling.
Next, take the brewed tea bag and place it on your sore tooth. You’ll find this, with the combination of the warm tea will quickly take away tooth pain and leave you feeling much better.
Everyone knows how amazing garlic is for your health. The numerous antibiotic properties garlic contains are what make it so good for getting rid of tooth pain. Your emerging molars stand no chance against some crushed garlic put on top of them. To use this extremely effective method to get rid of wisdom tooth pain, crush up one clove of garlic and add a bit of sea salt to it.
Place this directly on top of your painful tooth. Placing a whole peeled clove on your tooth and biting down on it is also a good idea. You can also make a paste from garlic powder and water if you don’t have any fresh garlic to use. Not only will it help with the pain but will draw out any viral infections while giving your immune system a boost at the same time.
Whiskey was once the preferred method for getting rid of awful tooth pain. There was many a dentist in the Wild West that prescribed a few ounces of whiskey to relieve an aching wisdom tooth. This method is still just as effective and will help to quickly take your pain away.
Take an ounce of whiskey and hold it in your mouth for at least one minute. Try swirling it around slowly in your mouth so it is sure to hit the affected tooth. When you’re finished you can either spit it out or swallow it. If you choose to swallow it, just make sure you don’t use this method too many times a day!
21. Oil Pulling
Oil pulling has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for years to treat disorders of the mouth including toothache, bleeding gums, and abscessed tooth and more. Oil pulling has been growing in popularity in the west as people begin to find the tremendous benefits it contains for mouth problems.