10 natural remedies for a tooth infection

Recommends rinsing the mouth with warm saltwater to reduce pain and infection spread. Provides a simple recipe for a saltwater rinse.

1. Saltwater Rinse

Suggests using baking soda and warm water to reduce plaque and alleviate pain.Offers alternatives for applying baking soda paste for specific cases.

2. Baking Soda

Explains the use of medicinal-grade essential oils for pain relief and healing.Lists several essential oils known for treating dental issues.

3. Essential Oils

Highlights herbal teas as effective home remedies. Recommends Fenugreek and Goldenseal teas for tooth infection relief.

4. Herbal Teas

Promotes the use of hydrogen peroxide as a mouth rinse.Explains the preparation of a hydrogen peroxide mouthwash

5. Hydrogen Peroxide

Describes the healing effects of garlic, especially Allicin, for tooth infection. Recommends biting down on a garlic clove for relief.

6. Garlic

Suggests using common painkillers like acetaminophen, naproxen, or aspirin to manage pain. Advises caution regarding dosage and interactions with other medications.

7. Over-the-Counter Pain Killers

Acknowledges the controversy around oil pulling's effectiveness. Notes the antibacterial properties of coconut oil.

8. Coconut Oil Pulling

Explains the use of a cold compress to reduce swelling, especially for a swollen face.Provides alternatives to commercial cold packs.

9. Cold Compress

Mentions the natural antibacterial properties of aloe vera gel for pain relief.

10. Aloe Vera Gel