Toothache is always one of the most painful of the body parts ailment. This could lead to many people heading for tooth removal so as to do away with the pain. This should not always be the first option since solutions are available. Your teeth always contribute to your beauty.
Guava leaves have an anti-inflammatory effects that can heal wounds.They also have antimicrobial activity that can aid in dental care. The leaves can either be chewed fresh or boil crushes leaves in boiling water to make a mouthwash.
Salt Water Rinse
This is a natural disinfectant as it breaks down the debris and dirt in the teeth spaces thus reducing inflammation and helps heal oral wounds. Mix 1/2 teaspoonful of salt to a glass of boiling water and use it as a mouthwash.
It kills harmful bacteria that cause dental plague. It also acts as a pain reliever. To use thus, slowly chew a glove of fresh garlic.
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