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Tooth Pain Relief: The Best Medications to Choose
Have you ever had a toothache?
Toothache - Seirogan Works Best
Every time someone in my family has a toothache, Seirogan comes to rescue. I always keep a bottle of Seirogan in the house because having a toothache is like having a world of pain and only Seirogan helps stop that pain instantly. You’re supper lucky if you have never experienced a toothache because when a toothache strikes, you can’t eat, you can’t sleep, you can’t even talk. Almost very small movement of your mouth would make that dreadful pain even worse. Toothache often makes a throbbing pain in your head too. It might not be that terrible if a dentist can see you right away and you can handle the bill. But what happens if your dentist is not available for the next couple days or you just simply can’t afford a dentist, toothache will most likely serve you an experience that you’ll never forget unless you know how to stop the pain by yourself.
What cause a toothache
A toothache occurs when the central portion of the tooth which contains very sensitive nerve endings suffer an infection or inflammation. Besides the normal irritation and swelling of an infection, the majority of the pain is caused by unrelieved pressure to the nerve endings. Here are the main factors that can trigger a toothache:
- Broken tooth
- Decay tooth
- Severe gum recession
- Gum disease
Best toothache remedy:
Clove oil: A natural painkiller because it contains eugenol which has the ability to destroy bacteria within a body and to numb the tissue. It can be purchased over the counter at your local pharmacies or health food stores. Apply clove oil to the affected tooth and surrounding gum with a cotton swab, or stuff an infected tooth hold with a cotton ball that is soaked with diluted clove oil with same amount of olive oil or coconut oil.
Best toothache medication:
There are many different types of over the counter toothache medications, but I only favor one which is Seirogan. It takes away the pain almost instantly.
Seirogan - is one of a year-round medications I keep in my house. It works great on indigestion problems as well as toothache. Seirogan is made in Japan in 1902 and has been widely used around the world. You can buy it at many Chinese pharmacies or order it online. Seirogan is soft and shaped like a small ball. It tastes awful but works like a miracle. The smell of Seirogan is also very strong - quite stinky, I must say. I have to wrap a bottle of Seirogan pills in three layers of socks in order to contain its smell every time I travel but pray that I don‘t have to use them.
You can puchase Seirogan online:
The main ingredient of Seirogan - J.P. Creosote
J.P. Creosote - Contains anti-septic and preservative properties. Some people mistakenly think that J.P. Creosote is a coal-tar creosote which is poisonous to living beings. However, the fact is that J.P. Creosote is a wood-tar creosote. It is made by repeatedly distilling and purifying the wood tar from beech and pine wood. J.P. Creosote was introduced as a medicine component as early as 1833 and has been used around the world for treating different medical problems such as dyspepsia and pain.
How to use Seirogan for toothache
Smash half of a Seirogan pill and fill the hole of an infected tooth, or paste the smashed Seirogan pill along the gum line of the infected tooth. If it's for a very small crack on the tooth, mix half of Seirogan pill with a dab of water, then spread it on the tooth so that it's easy for the medicine to sink through the crack and get to the root faster. You can gently rinse off the Seirogan with lukewarm water after the toothache is gone.
How to prevent future toothache
Prevention is the most effective way to stop toothache from happening the first place.
- Protect your gum from shrinking. Use soft toothbrush and brush gently in circular motion so that it won’t damage the gum.
- Keep your teeth & gum clean. Floss and brush your teeth at least twice a day. It would be best if you could floss and brush your teeth every time after you’ve eaten so that there won’t be any chance for bacteria to form onto the teeth.
- Don’t challenge your teeth for biting or chewing food/things that are too hard or you might crack your teeth and cause a toothache.
- Frequent use of mouthwash is also a good habit because mouthwash can stop bacteria from accumulating.
- Use Hydrogen Peroxide, an antiseptic oral deriding agent, to stop minor gum infection so that it won’t advance to a major problem that can cause a painful toothache.
- Don’t smoke - Tobacco products can damage the teeth and gum.
- No piercing on your lip or tongue - Jewelry can damage the gum tissue by rubbing it.