CINNAMON AND TOOTHACHE

Author: dr kshamica, October 22, 2011, Leave a comment

 

How to Use Cinnamon to Relieve Toothache

By eHow Contributor
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Cinnamon has been used for centuries as both a spice and an herbal remedy. It contains a number of active ingredients that help relieve toothache. Read on to learn how to use cinnamon to relieve a toothache.

Difficulty:

 Moderately Easy

Instructions

Things You’ll Need

  • Cinnamon powder
  • Honey
  • Small bowl
  • Cotton ball or gauze
    • 1

      Purchase cinnamon from the grocery or from a health store. It is available in a tubular form called a quill or in a powdered form.

    • 2

      Powder a half inch of cinnamon quill if you purchase this instead of the powdered form.

    • 3

      Measure out 1 teaspoon of cinnamon powder and five teaspoons of honey into a small bowl.

    • 4

      Mix the cinnamon and honey together thoroughly.

    • 5

      Apply a small amount of the cinnamon-honey mixture directly to your tooth. You can apply it with a clean finger tip, with a cotton ball or a small, folded piece of gauze.

    • 6

      Apply a small amount of the cinnamon-honey mixture directly to your tooth. You can apply it with a clean finger tip, with a cotton ball or a small, folded piece of gauze.

    • 7

      Store the remaining cinnamon honey in an airtight jar with a tight-fitting lid.

Tips & Warnings

  • Cinnamon is obtained from the cinnamon tree, and is available as a dried tubular form called a quill or in a powdered form. To this day, it continues to be used to treat a wide variety of ailments.
  • Cinnamon is available in one of two varieties: Ceylon and Chinese. Though they have a similar flavor, Ceylon cinnamon is slightly sweeter and more refined and more difficult to find in local markets.
  • If the toothache persists for longer than three days, you should see your dentistTHIS IS FOR INFORMATION ONLY CONTACT YOUR DENTIST IMMEDIATELY YOU GET A TOOTH ACHE – EDITOR

 

 

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