Prevent excruciating tooth pain

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Tooth pain the most excruciating, which we don’t know when it makes a surprise visit, as an unwanted guest, but when it comes, people find very difficult to bear the pain and sometimes affects ear also.

Toothache is caused, when the nerve in the root or surrounding of teeth is irritated. Tooth infection, decay of a teeth, injury or loss of teeth are the most common causes of tooth pain.

Tooth decay is usually caused by the bacteria which grows inside mouth.

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How to evade from it?

Pepper and cloves of equal amount, make them as powder then, add some salt. Keep this mixture in a fridge for daily usage.

When you want to use, take a little amount of it, like an amount of tooth paste you use to brush, mix with coconut oil like a paste, using the tooth brush, brush your teeth with this. This will forever prevent tooth decay and bacterial infection. Whether you use this during morning time or not, but, it is advisable to use before you go to bed.

During night when we sleep, the food residues stagnated in our mouth causes infection over a period of time, this will prevent us from it.

Apart from this, at least once in a week, use neem stick to brush your teeth. Neem sticks has more antibacterial content than many other natural herbs, because of this, infections and bad breathe can be avoided.

Nowadays, we use toothpaste, but, in primate time, our ancestors were using ash to clean our teeth. It will make enamel look healthy and shiny. Tooth color also tend to be whiter as you use this continually.

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