The Absolutely Free Toothache Home Remedy





Introduction: The Absolutely Free Toothache Home Remedy

Good Day my fellow instructable  peeps!
This easy to follow and free toothache home remedy , is a favorite of mine. It is my favorite because it is so simple and free.
I don't know about you folks, but I do Love free stuff.
This home remedy has been a life safer for me! So with out further ado, here is the easy step by step guide! 
And have a wonderful day!

Step 1: Step 1

Step 1 : find an ice cube

Step 2:

Rub the area between the fore finger and thumb with the cube of ice

Step 3:

Step 3 ; now kick back and enjoy being pain free



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    I don't know if this is a joke or not, however If it works, i like the roundabout nerve sedation

    No that is the remedy

    Pliers work quite well once the tooth has gone, just short term pain for long term gain ;)

    Another one: take an aspirin pill and grind it with the aching tooth. Keep the aspirin (now) powder on the aching tooth for at least 2 minutes. The pain will go away sooner that you think.

    Very good idea

    because the woman in the photo is wearing glasses upside down? fault of the pain?

    LOL.. She is in so much pain that her glasses flipped upside down , but she is much better now because she used my Free remedy !

    If you are lacking in ice--tropical toothache!--you can use the same pressure point held FIRMLY with the fingers of the opposite hand to get rid of toothache. If you are really bad-ass pliers could help but they might leave a mark. On your hand that is.

    Other time tested toothache remedies:::

    Hold rum or other high proof alcohol--DRINKING alcohol only please---on the area of the pain--you can saturate cotton balls or gauze with this---as needed and renew as needed.

    Oil of cloves is also useful and can be dabbed into a filling that has fallen out. (There are also temp filling kits at the drug stores that you press in like putty until You can see a dentist.)

    Alternate TYLENOL and IBUPROFEN one dose every two hours---this affects different nerve centers and will knock out the pain better than one of the same kind every 4 hours.

    Teeth should be modular don'tcha think? Like sharks?

    Some good ideas!