Sunday, December 19, 2010

Chili Effectively Relieve Toothache


Chili Effectively Relieve Toothache
Chili Effectively Relieve Toothache - Toothache can interfere with your ability to eat, drink or speak. Although consultation with the doctor is the best choice, but emergency treatment by using cayenne pepper also effectively relieve toothache.
Toothache is most often caused by tooth decay, and usually indicate the need for dental care. Apart from medical drugs, ingredients in the kitchen or the herb can also help reduce the discomfort due to dental pain, such as cayenne pepper.

Launched from 'LIVESTRONG' on Friday (12/09/2010), when applied to the teeth, hot substance in chili sauce, known as the substance capsaicin, can function with pain relief.

Capsaicin is a chemical derived from natural vegetable. This material is used by the chili for the defense system itself so as not to be eaten by predators such as animals.

How to Use

Dissolve cayenne pepper mixed with hot water, then dip the cotton in the solution. Squeeze a little and apply directly on the sore tooth. Do not forget to wash your hands thoroughly after handling solution.

In his book "The Health Benefits of Cayenne", John Heinerman also recommends combining 1 teaspoon chili powder with a strong whiskey and mix it for two weeks.

Shake the bottle every day, strain the mixture into a dark glass bottle and store in a cool and dark. When you hurt your teeth, use 3 to 4 drops on cotton wool and dab on a sore tooth.

In addition to chili, there are other herbs that can help relieve toothache, namely:

1. Cloves
Cloves are also effectively relieve toothache. A study reported in the Journal of Dentistry in 2006 found that clove oil to relieve tooth pain.

To use, apply 2-3 drops of clove oil to a cotton and rub into the sore tooth. Whole cloves produce the same effect, although not as strong as clove oil and should be slightly moistened with saliva before placing it on a sore tooth.

2. Ginger
According to James A. Duke in his book "The Green Pharmacy" ginger can also help reduce the toothache. Ginger works as counterirritant, which means the irritation of the surface can help reduce the pain deeper than a toothache.

The trick mix a quarter teaspoon of powdered ginger to one-eighth teaspoon of warm water to form a thick paste. Dip cotton balls into a paste and apply on the sore tooth.

Do not let the cotton touches the gum because it can cause a burning sensation. If the cause discomfort, remove cotton and rinse your mouth with warm water.

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