Best home made tooth ache cure


Said1
#1
Let's hear'em. I'm willing to try just about anything.
 
Colpy
#2
Geez, I've had so many toothaches......they are NOT at all pleasant.

This is not exactle a homeopathic cure........go to your local pharmacy and get ASA with codeine.........NOT Acetominophine (sp) which can kill your liver. The ASA will not damage you too much, and each pill has 8mg codeine....(a tylenol 3 has 32 mg codeine)

I hope you have a strong stomach.......if not, eat with these. I take 4, and then take two every 20 minutes until the pain goes away.

DON'T DRIVE!

It does work, although some would say it is abuse of over-the-counter drugs.......
 
eh1eh
#3
You can put a plain ASA directly on the tooth. But this only works for a cavity. .Any infection insidethe t ooth then take the ASA with water.
 
wallyj
#4
Try rubbing ice on the top ofyour hand betweenthe index finger and thumb on the opposite side of the ache.
 
L Gilbert
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by Said1View Post

Let's hear'em. I'm willing to try just about anything.

Clove oil. Or yank the miserable bugger.
 
L Gilbert
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

Geez, I've had so many toothaches......they are NOT at all pleasant.

This is not exactle a homeopathic cure........go to your local pharmacy and get ASA with codeine.........NOT Acetominophine (sp) which can kill your liver. The ASA will not damage you too much, and each pill has 8mg codeine....(a tylenol 3 has 32 mg codeine)

I hope you have a strong stomach.......if not, eat with these. I take 4, and then take two every 20 minutes until the pain goes away.

DON'T DRIVE!

It does work, although some would say it is abuse of over-the-counter drugs.......

Codeine isn't all that terrific for the liver either. Besides, it has a tendency to make one constipated.
 
L Gilbert
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by eh1ehView Post

You can put a plain ASA directly on the tooth. But this only works for a cavity. .Any infection insidethe t ooth then take the ASA with water.

ASA is an acid (acetylsalicylic to be exact). Acid is corrosive. Corrosives are what causes cavities to begin with.
 
Said1
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

Clove oil. Or yank the miserable bugger.

Planning on an extraction next week.

Thanks for the tips! So far I've tried mouthwash and vodka. Sauting in Alcohol seems to work the best - the tooth that is.
 
hermanntrude
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

ASA is an acid (acetylsalicylic to be exact). Acid is corrosive. Corrosives are what causes cavities to begin with.

salicylic acid isnt a strong acid. not all acids are corrosive, depending on the material in question. For instance salicylic acid will not corrode enamel (one of the most hard-wearing substances known to man).

It WILL however, help with pain. Basically it's aspirin

if it were hydrochloric acid i'd agree. or even phosphoric acid.
 
hermanntrude
#10
you could try going to the dentist
 
temperance
#11
OK hubby's got toothache too--youre not alone

didn't get antibodies from doc yet ??

if desperate you could get tetracycline from pet store in fish Ilse

cloves --really good ,make sure to put on;ly on spot not where else --its clove oil --lol

anbesol --

peroxide and warm water

knock your self out ,sleep helps

The problem is either the nerve or infection

if its the nerve got to sleep until dentist appt ,

if infection go to clinic any clinic cry for antibiotic or got to pet store ask for antibiotic for fish fin
 
eh1eh
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by Said1View Post

Planning on an extraction next week.

Thanks for the tips! So far I've tried mouthwash and vodka. Sauting in Alcohol seems to work the best - the tooth that is.

I've heard olives are good too. re: vodka.
 
L Gilbert
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by Said1View Post

Planning on an extraction next week.

Thanks for the tips! So far I've tried mouthwash and vodka. Sauting in Alcohol seems to work the best - the tooth that is.

Oh, yeah. I forgot the alcohol one. Good point.
 
temperance
#14
one more thing after it settles down dont eat, drink, breathe unless you absolutly have to --

I knock my hubby out with gravol --2 pills 50 mg --he seems to be in less pain --lol

I know its not funny
 
L Gilbert
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by hermanntrudeView Post

salicylic acid isnt a strong acid. not all acids are corrosive, depending on the material in question. For instance salicylic acid will not corrode enamel (one of the most hard-wearing substances known to man).

It WILL however, help with pain. Basically it's aspirin

if it were hydrochloric acid i'd agree. or even phosphoric acid.

Um, it isn't great for gums. I tried it. Killed a whole pile of gumcells in my mouth. I'll stick to clove oil and booze, thanks.

Ibuprofin helps, too.
 
temperance
#16
olives vodka --martini time --lol--I though this post was about tooth aches not mixology --humor helps also
 
hermanntrude
#17
you're not supposed to rub aspirin into the affected area. swallow the pills
 
eh1eh
#18
Quote: Originally Posted by temperanceView Post

olives vodka --martini time --lol--I though this post was about tooth aches not mixology --humor helps also

If your going to break out the vadka you might as well do it in style.
 
L Gilbert
#19
Hermie, Eh1EH said, "
You can put a plain ASA directly on the tooth. But this only works for a cavity. .Any infection insidethe t ooth then take the ASA with water." My thing about acid was a response to that.
 
Sаbine
#20
Try sage leaves (folia salvia officinalis). Put 1 tbl sp of crushed leaves in thermos, add 200 ml of boiled water, close it and leave for at least 2 h. Rinse your teeth with the sage solution as often as you need for at least 5 min each time. Should work well. Please do not apply any alcohol on your inflammed tooth, 'cause your toothache may get even worse!
 
hermanntrude
#21
ok i missed that post. Bloody silly thing to do. Use drugs the way the label says.
 
selfactivated
#22
I used to use clove oil or whiskey but dont drink the whiskey just swoosh it. I fixed my teeth problem by having them all removed I only had eleven lefy after two marrages anyway lol
 
L Gilbert
#23
Quote: Originally Posted by eh1ehView Post

If your going to break out the vadka you might as well do it in style.

Exactly, settle for nothing else but vodka made from spuds. None of that grain crap.
 
temperance
#24
Mixed --stirred --shaken
 
temperance
#25
only had eleven left after two marriages anyway lol

thats to funny in a weird honest way

yes humor helps --even in marraige --so I hear !!
 
eh1eh
#26
Quote: Originally Posted by temperanceView Post

Mixed --stirred --shaken

Must be shaken dear.
 
temperance
#27
Umm.... is the person with the tooth ache even here anymore --lol
 
L Gilbert
#28
Martinis were originally made with gin, not vodka. Gin bruises if shaken. Vidka doesn't. It doesn't matter what is done with vodka unless one is a hoyty toyty upper crust, in which case, the vodka martini is shaken.
 
eh1eh
#29
Quote: Originally Posted by temperanceView Post

Umm.... is the person with the tooth ache even here anymore --lol

Looks like Said1 is offline.
 
eh1eh
#30
Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

Martinis were originally made with gin, not vodka. Gin bruises if shaken. Vidka doesn't. It doesn't matter what is done with vodka unless one is a hoyty toyty upper crust, in which case, the vodka martini is shaken.

Shaking acculy changes the taste of the vodka. Gin, no thanks.
 

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