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Post  May on Sun Oct 30, 2011 12:11 am

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Post  Duchess Lylia on Sun Oct 30, 2011 1:03 am

Thank you, Matterhorn -- I will be sure to try that!

One home remedy I recently tried, and was extremely blessed to find works wonderfully well, is eugenol (clove oil) for tooth pain. I had a wisdom tooth extracted several weeks ago and unfortunately developed "dry socket," a VERY painful condition. I called the dentist and he prescribed Percocet for my discomfort, but I'm not crazy about the idea of taking that, so I did some research and found that many people who have suffered with dry socket (and toothache) swear by eugenol, which can be found in the Red Cross Toothache kit (available at most pharmacies), in addition to at most health food stores. Lo and behold, it is truly miraculous. The clove oil tastes somewhat nasty, and it will burn your skin if you're not very careful to confine it to the socket/tooth that is troubling you, but it provides immediate and long-lasting pain relief. I recommend it very highly.

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Post  Elena on Sun Oct 30, 2011 2:19 pm

I will try both of those recommendations should the need arise.

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