Garlic, healing properties, how to avoid bad breath, garlic tea, how to make garlic oil.
Comment posted by Dee of Enfield , London , UK on 17 March 2019 at 9:16 5130
Garlic remedy is amazing. I mixed cloves of garlic with a bit of salt into a paste and applied it to the aching tooth and the pain is gone. Wow unbelievable!
Comment posted by David Niven Miller of Perth, Western Australia, Australia on 19 July 2018 at 18:24 5044
Hi Seeker of Sherbrooke,
Yes, natural remedies such as garlic, oil pulling and many others do offer a permanent cure. I have used them myself and experienced permanent and complete cures. Read some of the thousands of comments on this website to confirm that others also enjoy permanent healing.
The return of an infection means either that it was not fully cured in the first place, or that you have been re-infected. When you are using a natural remedy, please continue to use it long after the infection is apparently cured. The web page for each remedy at Grow Youthful usually explains how to use the remedy and for how long.
There are a couple of types of infections that are difficult for the remedy to access, such as deep in a root canal filling in a tooth or an infection of the brain. However, even in such extreme cases garlic is likely to be far more successful than any kind of pharmaceutical medicine and conventional treatment.
The best way to prevent re-infection is by having a strong immune system. Be as fit and healthy as you were at the time of the original infection, and stay away from the likely sources of that infection.
Question posted by seeker of Sherbrooke, QC, Canada on 19 July 2018 at 13:51 5043
Yes, from experience, natural remedies such as oil pulling and garlic work and I succeed to get rid of my infection, but when I stop using garlic, oil pulling, salt rinsing etc, it’s not long before that infection returns. I feel like I’m only relieving the infection and pain and not actually healing the gums permanently. My question is: can you or has someone actually got rid of an infection or healed gums for good?
Comment posted by pi2r2 of Show Low, AZ, USA on 8 December 2017 at 15:23 4859
I cut thin slices of garlic the size of the top of the sore tooth and gently chewed. The pain subsided almost immediately. Repeat the process as often as desired.
Comment posted by CR of Seal, Mississippi, USA on 19 October 2017 at 18:1 4794
Broken tooth for years and dentist suggested to fill, instead of pull. I had terrible headaches and neck pain. Stumbled upon this garlic remedy and wow less pain and more sleep. Thanks!!
Comment posted by Keli of Sequim, Washtington, USA on 27 September 2017 at 15:24 4772
Awhile back I got a filling of mercury in my lower back molar. My dentists back then were unaware of how terrible the mercury in my filling was, and over the years my tooth has been expanding and shrinking every time I changed from eating something cold to hot. Until one day my tooth cracked! I was in so much pain! I had a dentist look over my tooth but she said there was nothing she could do about it at that moment since the mercury was so toxic. A couple nights ago I was in excruciating pain from my tooth. I have been a long time garlic fan so I decided to give garlic a try. I crushed some garlic and put it into a syringe to squirt onto my back molar. And it's been helping! Garlic is a YES from me! Always has been, and always will be! It's healthy, cheap, and effective! Thanks garlic!
Comment posted by Bermuda1945 of Holualoa, Hawaii, USA on 9 September 2017 at 15:49 4748
I developed an excruciatingly painful infected gum abscess near my bottom, left, back molar...the pain began to cascade throughout my whole mouth, throbbing, pounding headache, ear ache etc.. I could not eat, sleep, or stand still for more than five minutes, my neck lymph nodes swelled up, looked like Rocky from that movie with Cher in it called Mask, not lol.. was about to go Mad with pain. I did a google search and read how people here used garlic cloves to relieve pain, although chewing was not an option at all, I diced a few cloves of garlic and in my panic gave it a try.. low and behold within about 10-15 mins the pain subsided, the swollen gum immediately went down and I was able to spit a huge gob of blood, yellow pus out of my mouth.. I was shocked at how quickly this worked and I was able to breathe a huge sigh of relief... althoughI’im not completely out of the woods yet with this.. I am able to sleep, eat a lil better, and continue to monitor my condition. Considering I suffered a whole week with this torturing pain, the remedy was in my fridge just a few feet away...so glad i came across the garlic clove. Yes the garlic is intense and numbing but I’ll take that over the alternative.
Comment posted by Msvcpf of Victoria , BC, Canada on 9 August 2017 at 11:10 4703
Tried Orajel, warm salt water, pain killers you name it.. Been looking for relief everywhere due to inability to get to dentist for a week. This garlic clove remedy works - I can eat and sleep thank goodness!
Comment posted by Michael A. of Niagara falls, NY, USA on 30 July 2017 at 6:57 4695
I have a wisdom tooth that sort of rotted into a crater and seems to have an abscess underneath, due to poor care and most food getting stuck in it. Pain comes and goes but it's enough to keep me up at night. I don't have dental coverage at the moment so have been googling for home remedies and realized we had some 1000mg capsules of garlic oil on the shelf. I squeezed a capsule of garlic oil into a cup, mixed it with some salt and warm water and gargled it trying to keep it directly on the affected area. It barely stung and within moments I could feel a difference. My pain has gone down considerably I should be able to sleep now!
Comment posted by ZJM of Portland, Oregon, USA on 20 July 2017 at 12:3 4686
I had a tooth abscess in a root. First I tried hydrogen peroxide, but it killed too much healthy tissue in my mouth, and a large sore was developing. When I read about garlic I immediately went and bought some because the pain was increasing and my face and the glands in my throat were swelling. I first put a clove of garlic in my mouth and chewed it with the abscessed tooth. I DON'T RECOMMEND THIS! The pain was excruciating. Not just in my tooth, but also in the large sore area that developed from the peroxide. I spend a good 10 minutes, eyes watering, breathing hard, jumping up and down. When the burning subsided, I felt no pain! The swelling in my face decreased after about half an hour. The second time I just split a clove and placed it on my gums near my abscessed tooth. This was MUCH less painful. It felt as if it had a more mild, time release effect. I was able to hold it about half an hour until the burning completely subsided. I'm not completely free of infection and swelling yet, but the garlic made a huge and immediate difference. If your mouth is in pain, try garlic now! I wish someone had told me that the very first time I ever had tooth pain.
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