Here are some easy steps on how to stop a toothache with clove oil!

If you are suffering from a throbbing tooth ache or just had a wisdom tooth removed.

How to stop a toothache with clove oil

Here’s a great remedy and its easy to learn how to stop a toothache with clove oil!

1. Go to your local health food store or drug store and get some Clove Oil

2. Take a piece of cotton

3. Dab Clove Oil onto the cotton and lay it right on the throbbing tooth

In 60 seconds you’ll have your relief.

Facts about Clove Oil!

Health Benefits of Clove Oil

Clove oil has significant health benefits for us.

Specifically, it has been used in the field of dental care for hundreds of years. Its germicidal benefits make it most effective in eliminating pain due to tooth aces, sore gums, ulcers in the mouth, and it is widely used as a deterrent to pain in dental procedures.

Eugenol, a compound which has been in the dental industry for years, is a part of clove oil.

Have you ever been told to rinse your mouth or gargle with clove oil?

If so, it’s because of the effect clove oil has in reducing inflammation in the throat, eliminating halitosis (bad breath), and it cavity fighting properties.

Now you know why clove oil is a fixture in dental products,  medications, mouth washes and tooth pastes.

Have you ever been told you needed a root canal?

If so, the alternative sometimes used is a mixture of clove oil with zinc oxide. This is made into a white filling material and used as a temporary alternative to root canal.

Where does clove come from?

Would you believe that Clove is actually an evergreen tree. The bud of the tree has flowers which spin off a flower that has a multitude of medicinal properties.

You’ve probably heard of the term clove bud. Well a clove bud has a shaft and a head, so sometimes it’s referred to as a nail.

But there are many benefits outside the dental arena for clove and clove oil. It happens to be very rich in minerals like calcium, hydrochloric acid, iron, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, and vitamin A and vitamin C.

Some of its other health related benefits include the following:

  • Antimicrobial
  • Antifungal
  • Antiseptic
  • Antiviral
  • aphrodisiac

But, clove oil has also been used for:

  1. Indigestion
  2. Cough
  3. Asthma
  4. Headache
  5. Stress
  6. blood impurities
  7. Infections
  8. Skin Care especially to acne patients.

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