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Visitors personal experiences with Garlic
Comment posted by Kelly of Bellville, TX, USA on 21 August 2015 at 9:46 3608
Thank YOU so MUCH for your info about Garlic helping toothache pain!! IT WORKS!! I know I have an abscess under a molar and the pain was both aching and shooting pain from my jaw up the side of my head. That's reeeally hard to take after a short time. I had no problem giving the raw garlic a try. I pressed a garlic clove, rolled it up in a thin sterile gauze so it would stay in place better on my tooth. It does BURN, but the burn goes away 20 sec after removing the garlic. The pain is down and I'm going to keep this up every couple of hours to see if it will fight off the abscess that is there. I will come back and let you know how it goes. ,) THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH!!!! Nothing else was helping. i.e. Advil, exedrin etc
Comment posted by Rick of Utica, MI, USA on 25 July 2015 at 15:6 3578
Holy shit does it burn at first but just tough it out. It took about thirty seconds for the burn to go away and now my tooth feels just fine! Going to sleep, thanks Grow Youthful!
Comment posted by Anne of Mountain View, CA, USA on 24 July 2015 at 15:37 3575
Yes it works!
Comment posted by Jennifer of Lexington, North Carolina, USA on 22 July 2015 at 16:43 3573
Thanks for the Garlic remedy. I been in pure hell! So much pain. Back top and bottom wisdom teeth hurt so bad! I was crying like a baby. I taken ibprophen, tylonal like candy which is bad I know. Oragel, nothing gave me relief! At the end of my rope tried garlic and my pain is gone. I chew on it lightly and rub it on my gums as long as I can and repeat. It burns but can take that compared to the pain I was in. I'm going to keep this up through out the day.
Comment posted by Tiffany of Covington, KY, USA on 21 July 2015 at 14:36 3571
I am one of the biggest skeptics when it comes to home remedies... That being said, I have a nasty, long established, extant swollen absence molar that is so painful I've been contemplating taking it out myself. I haven't slept in 3 nights, I've only had soup and oatmeal, and I've been taking ibuprofen and acetaminophen like they are candy, and I've had ice in this tooth. Nothing relieved the pain. Nooooooooothing. I'm not even a religious person, but I'd been praying over this. I chopped up some of the pre-skinned garlic that congress in a bottle. Then I took a sip of lukewarm water and crammed half of a chopped up clove in my mouth and swished for about a minute, then spat it out into a bowl. No stinging. Did that once more and noticed about 20% off my pain was gone. Still no stinging from the garlic. The edge had been taken off. Hubby offered to run to grocery store for fresh garlic... when he got back I used a garlic press to smash and crush a few cloves to smithereens. I placed the smashed garlic directly into my gums and tooth. Holy melting gums batman! It burnt so bad I could only have it on got about 30 seconds. I was in the middle of rising like crazy, trying to get the burning to stop when I realized - THE PAIN WAS GONE. I don't mean it was gone because the burning feeling covered it up... it was, and an hour later, still is GONE. You know those moments when you are desperate for a break and for life to cut you some slack? Those moments where you feel like giving up but then something finally happens to relieve you of the burden... and you just want to cry you are THAT grateful? Go get garlic now - you'll be enjoying your very own "thank the garlic gods" cryfest within 5 minutes of being back from the store.
Comment posted by Koprie Kay of Los Angeles, California , USA on 16 July 2015 at 21:35 3562
Used garlic when my front tooth ached. I'm still not sure what it was, but the pain from the tooth was indescribable. The dentist took an xray and couldn't see anything. Put some coating on it and claimed it was sensitivity. The pain didn't go away. So I tried garlic 3 times a day along with coconut oil pulling. I'd crush the garlic, place it around the tooth/gums. Then I'd chew some cloves through the day. Yes, it does burn at first. It's worth it. Garlic gave immediate relief. I seriously thought I'd have to get my tooth pulled. It's been several weeks with no pain now. My gums look healed. Yes, this really works.
Comment posted by Danno of Oshkosh, WI, USA on 10 July 2015 at 7:12 3559
Have badly decayed tooth that is right to the nerve.....Went to dentist and was prescribed antibiotics until extraction next week...yuk. The pain went right to the bottom of my feet! Put a chuck of raw garlic on it and about 70% of the pain left me ...Thank you for this article :)
Comment posted by Biancah Gray of SOUTH CAMDEN, NJ, USA on 3 July 2015 at 14:36 3554
I suffered really bad tooth pain I think I tried almost every pain relief. But this garlic is something serious it took my pain away. Hope you find this helpful !
Comment posted by Brandi of Vinemont, Al, USA on 3 July 2015 at 10:45 3553
Thank you all so much!! I have almost 40 tattoos and horrible lower back trouble but nothing crosses my eyes worse than tooth pain. You guys AND GARLIC are a Godsend. Thank you all SOOOO much for your help with this. Bless you all and may all your children be billionaires!!!!
Comment posted by Kara of Brooklyn, NY, USA on 1 July 2015 at 0:13 3544
I just relooked up tooth ache remedies to comment on this because I swear it was like a miracle. I was suffering for 2 weeks with intense tooth ache pain that would happen for 5-10 mins every half hour or so. It was miserable. I even took antibiotics and it went away for a few days and came back. I was fed up and ambesol and orajel wasn't working anymore so I saw this and was like what the hell I had nothing to lose so I rubbed a shit load of garlic and let it burn my mouth btw the ache would radiate from the 4 teeth on the bottom side of my mouth it was awful. Within 3 hours it was healing!!!!! I couldn't believe it. IF YOU HAVE A TOOTH ACHE PUT GARLIC ON IT WORKS!!!! It's been about a month and no pain since the next morning after putting garlic a tea spoon 5 times over 3 days