Natural Remedy for Tooth Pain That Will Heal Until You Can Get to a Dentist

How To Get Rid Of Tooth Pain

In this blog post, I will talk about how to heal tooth pain in the comfort of your own home.  I write this post for you, if the idea of having to go to a dentist in a state of pain emergency makes you cringe.

You can take pain medication if you want to take it.  But please know that it works by masking the pain, by deadening the nerves that allow you to feel.  So whatever is causing the pain is still there.  The pain will come back as soon as the pain medication wears off.

What if you could clean it up and get rid of what’s causing the pain?  This can be done with time tested, proven remedies.

Clean Up the Problem and Heal

You will need four things:  water, clove oil, the most natural sea salt you can get, and an Aloe Vera plant.  You will see results with any kind of salt, but the best kind to have on hand is real sea salt.  I’m sure there’s different brands but I’m talking about something that doesn’t have added bleach or anti-caking ingredients.

If you’re interested, here’s more information about the importance of using real salt.

We need salt.  Our bodies are made up of about 70% salt water.  The salt we take in needs to be real.  Soldiers in ancient Rome were paid in salt.  People have been tortured by slowly being deprived of salt!  Salt is very important.

When you go into the hospital for just about anything, the first thing they do is hook you up to a pure saline solution.  The anti-caking ingredients that are added to common salt dehydrate us and make it so our cells can’t absorb the minerals.

So get some pure, filtered water, sea salt, and good quality clove oil.  It’s important to have these things on hand before tooth pain comes up, especially when dealing with little people and pain.  It may be difficult to find clove oil if it’s 11 o’clock at night.

Here’s What to Do

Make a salt water solution of one spoonful of salt, water, and one drop of clove oil.  I get essential oils from Mountain Rose Herbs.  If you have a better source of course just use it.  Swish the solution around the tooth several times a day, even every 20 minutes if you have to , until you feel relief.  Continue to do this throughout the day.  The next day continue as well, but you won’t have to repeat as frequently.  On the third day, swish out your mouth about 3 times a day.  Keep going if you need to, but by day 3 you will have major relief.

Apply the gel from a fresh Aloe Vera leaf on the part of your face that is closest to the tooth.  get as close to the site of the tooth as you can.  Repeat at least 3 times a day.  Keep th eleaf in the refrigerator for repeated use.

Take a section of the Aloe leaf and place it in a glass of water.  Refill the water as needed, leaving the leaf in the glass and drink throughout the day.

By then you can think more clearly because you won’t be in pain.  You can start planning your trip to the dentist or whatever it is you need to do.

Close up picture my husband took out on a walk

When trying to help small children, not all kids can swish water.  If they are too little, I’ve had big success with adding a few drops of clove oil to a carrier oil like olive or coconut.  Rub it into your child’s jaw while reading a book to them, and maybe try to teach them how to swish but sometimes they can just be too fussy to learn at that point.

Note: I suggested clove oil because it’s a powerful pain reliever and cleaner.  If you also have oregano oil on hand you can definitely add a drop or two of that as well.  I’m saying one drop in case you need to give this to a child.  If it’s for an adult who can handle something a little stronger, try three drops in the salt water solution.  That’s about what I would personally use myself.

What do you think?  Please share any tooth relief stories you may have in the comments section.


My Story of Getting Rid of Migraine Headaches by Adding Emptiness, Part 1

I am writing this for others out there who suffer with horrible head pain. I am so incredibly thankful and humbled that my pain is gone that I can barely explain it.

I’m compelled, motivated, called, to help others find their way out.

This is my migraine story and I hope and pray there is something here that helps you.

I remember the moment that I first felt the stabbing pain of what I was to learn much later, is called a migraine headache.

I was eleven years old. It was an extremely hot August day, and my task was to bring everyone in my family ice water. We were doing yard work. I went in our kitchen and decided to get fancy with pretty glasses and a tray. When everything was ready I walked back outside and that’s when it hit me.

I dropped everything and to this day have such a sharp mental picture of our yellow glasses on the green grass, the ice cubes and stifling heat.

The rest of the day is not as clear of a memory to me. I think I went inside and fell asleep. But for whatever reason I always will remember those blades of grass and the ice cubes so vividly.

That was the beginning of my long relationship. A lot of painful memories of …..well, pain, and always missing out on things. In high school and college it was missing out on what my friends were doing.

Since the beginning of our marriage my husband has been with me through all of it. He made sure there was no noise or extra light. If you suffer from migraines, you know what I’m referring to with the noise and light.

When the pain would climb up to horrible and I knew for sure that this was it – I wasn’t going to survive or come out on the other side of this – my husband was always there to tell me I would survive, just like I did each and every time.  Sounds dramatic and I laugh to myself when I remember saying that.  But at the same time, I also remember what caused me to say it.

Fast forward through seventeen years of migraines! By this time we have 4 beautiful children. That would be a separate book in itself what the migraines did through all four of the pregnancies, so maybe one day I’ll get to that! What I’ll focus on here is the night I decided to stop depending on over the counter pain medication for these events.

By the way, throughout all of this, I never used prescription drugs. I seriously considered it but, looking back, I think I was afraid of the side effects. I guess my thinking back then was, I was already such a mess, how could I add more to it.

Back to my story. It was a Sunday afternoon. My husband was out of town and there it was –

the sickening beginning of migraine that I knew so well.

I don’t know what was different about this time compared to all of the others but I remember I had had enough of it. I felt tired, not necessarily physically tired, just an incredible aggravation and annoyance that here I was, about to go through this, yet again.

I was mad! Over the years I had read different things here and there about the side effects of over the counter pain meds, and was, of course, aware that this at least existed. For whatever reason, this particular night I was mad about that, too.

My thinking was why should I continue to take this stuff. It never helps anyway except maybe it took the edge off. It would take away the sharpness of the pain, maybe the pain wouldn’t reach those incredible heights if I took it early enough in advance.

But that night it became incredibly clear to me that it wasn’t healing me; it was numbing me so I wouldn’t feel.

That night I decided I would feel it. I even wanted to. I wanted the migraine to bring everything it had and I was going to fight back.

Why??? Where were these thoughts coming from? I had been afraid of the pain for so long. I remember I literally decided that, no matter what happened, I wasn’t going to be afraid anymore. I don’t know how else to describe this part except to say that I somehow felt ready to do a battle, which sounds so funny I know. I threw away all the pain medication I had, got a glass of water, and gave the kids permission to watch a movie. I walked to my room to lay down, be still and wait for it to leave. I threw up once and then made three additional trips to the bathroom. This was nothing new for me, just the usual migraine happenings. I was completely empty.


My mind was so clear! I was in pain but I always thought that the pain was what made me feel so foggy. This was new and different. I noticed that once I was empty (I’m talking about my digestive tract), the pain was lighter. It was there but not intense in a panicking life-threatening way.

What’s the connection between being empty and pain?

After years of studying, I have the answer to this question with a clear understanding. I learned that the intensity of these migraines was under my control. If I was stuffed with food close to the time when a migraine was expected, look out! Unbearable, off the charts pain. When I fast, flood myself with water, I have either no pain at all, or some dizziness and a pain level of maybe between 2-4, on a scale of 0-10.

What about you?  Have you ever noticed a correlation between pain and physical emptiness?  I would love to hear your comments.

In my next post I will discuss what happened next, and what I’ve done to make sure migraine headaches are no longer a part of my life.  I have solid information to share with you about how to beat the pain once and for all.  The main goal of what I’m sharing is to show that there’s hope!  It doesn’t have to go on for the rest of your life:)

Fasting Can Save Your Life and Help Clear up Gallstones and Tumors

Fasting just makes sense.  Your body is filled with millions of tubes, and those tubes get clogged with all of the bad stuff you eat.  When given the chance, through fasting, the body can

  • finally take a much needed break from constantly digesting food,
  • start to clear the tubes,
  • clean up the organs that filter (kidneys, liver, colon to name a few), and start doing some housework.

You won’t starve, and everything is going to be ok.  Simple fasting.  It doesn’t cost anything!  It’s free and can clear disease out of you.  But it does involve you committing to the work of it.  Read some books on the subject.  I have one that I’ll recommend at the end of this article. I think it’s important to do the research and have a full understanding of the gift you actually have, which is your health.  When facing a disease, you certainly have access to, and encouragement to take a plethora of chemical medications.  Please know that you also have access to fasting.

Fasting is something to be excited about, especially if you are really sick.  When fasting, the white blood cells can get to work fighting off mold, bacteria, and yeast.  The kidneys and gall bladder will stop holding on to the stones inside and do their part to get the mess flowing out.  The liver will start unclogging and be able to produce more interferon to go after pathogens.  You deserve to have all of these good things happen to you!

Fasting is slow and steady, and so the benefits won’t happen overnight. If you are in a diseased state, it took years for your body to get that way so be patient. Just make a start.

The book I would like to recommend to you is Fasting Can Save Your Life, by Herbert M. Shelton.  I like older books and this one was originally published in 1940, then re-written in 1978.  I think older books may not have the prettiest pictures but often have the truth and common sense without all the fluff.  From the back cover:

The popular mistaken concept is that we cannot gain strength and build resistance unless we eat. So long as this illusion persists, thousands will go to premature graves.Food and nutrition are not synonymous. You are not nourished by food you eat, but in proportion to the amount you digest and assimilate.Through the ages men and women have fasted and regained health, peace of mind and a new way of life. Preservation of life depends on a system of right living. Fasting is only one phase of this system. When it is used properly and supervised by a qualified person, ‘Fasting Can Save Your Life’.

Here is a really good review of the book:


Herbert M. Shelton wrote his best books during his mature years, after 1940. The second edition of this book dates from 1978, so the reader gets the benefit of his decades of experience supervising tens of thousands of fasters.

He covers all the obvious angles: why to fast, where and when to fast, what to expect during a fast, when and how to break a fast. The safety of fasting. Who should fast? Should children fast? Should underweight people fast? Should pregnant women fast? The difference between hunger and appetite. Then, in separate chapters, he discusses various acute and chronic conditions that can be resolved by fasting: from arthritis and asthma to gallstones and tumors. From hay fever to heart disease, and others.

There is no more reliable source of advice on fasting than Herbert M. Shelton. He makes sense, basing his arguments on logic and sound science, not on testimonials. Recommended.

I hope what was discussed here has helped you.  One final note, people usually have more success with fasting when time is scheduled for it.  You need rest, and you will need to be able to focus, especially through the first 24 hours or until the strong cravings for sugar (and all of the bad stuff!) to subside.

Happy healing!






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