Natural Toothache Remedies

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) offers a number of natural toothache solutions. These include Chinese herbal medicine, acupuncture, acupressure and various time-tested home remedies.

In TCM toothaches are often caused by too much heat in the body. Excessive heat is usually due to consuming too much hot, spicy, fried or sweet food, plus too much alcohol and coffee.

Over time the heat builds and rises to affect your head, but it affects each of us differently - some people get toothaches, others get headaches or facial acne or other "hot" type problems affecting the head.

If you often get toothaches Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture can certainly help you, but you will need to consult a professional TCM practitioner.

If you only occasionally get toothaches or you need to ease your toothache pain till you can get to a dentist, you can try some toothache home remedies. These may not work for everyone but they are safe and simple.


Learn more about natural toothache remedies.

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