What are some home remedies to make labor begin?
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Home Remedies for Toothache What causes a toothache? There could be several factors at play where the pain of the tooth itself is merely a manifestation of some other u…nderlying issue. You don't appreciate it at this moment, but your teeth are your body's warning system that something is wrong. If you experience any of the following symptoms, please contact an emergency dentist as soon as possible: . Are you experiencing fever? . Are you finding breathing and swallowing difficult? . Is the affected area surrounding the tooth swollen? . Is your check or jaw on the same side as the affected area also swollen and feeling sensitive to the touch (almost like a tingling sensation)? Some temporary stopgap measures: . Clove and Clove Oil (not recommended for pregnant women) Cloves have long been revered for their antiseptic and anesthetic properties: both fresh cloves and dehydrated forms are effective in the relief of toothache pain. Cloves were used as far back as 200 BC in China for the relief of toothache pain. During the 19th century - long before dental hygiene as we know it today - dentists would carry liberal supplies of clove oil to numb a patient's mouth before and after extraction and for the alleviation of toothache pain. Clove oil contains Eugenol, which has a bactericidal, anesthetic quality that makes it an effective natural painkiller. How to use: Place a fresh or dehydrated clove on the painful part of the tooth and bite down gently for 30 minutes; if the pain allows, chew the clove until it is soft, thus allowing the natural oil to permeate the affected area. You should experience numbness to the area within minutes of application. If the pain persists, chew a second clove. You can also apply clove oil directly to the affected spot with a Q-Tip, but make sure to avoid the tongue and surrounding gum area. In addition to having a strong, concentrated unpleasant taste of cloves, the oil can also irritate the surrounding tissue. Leaving the oil on for 3 minutes should adequately numb the painful tooth. Note that clove oil is for external use only: It should not to be swallowed. Rinse thoroughly with water after application. More than 2 applications with clove oil is not recommended. Clove oil can be toxic if taken in large quantities. Users recommend other remedies: . Garlic and onions also have healing qualities that many people overlook. . BC Powder (which doesn't taste that great, but works very fast) is a great OTC (over-the-counter) remedy. Take 2 BC powders along with a shot of gin; hold it in your mouth (so that the solution is resting on the sore tooth) for about 30 sec-1 min. More than likely your sore, throbbing tooth will last for no longer than about 45 seconds. . Pour undiluted clove oil on the sore tooth using a tiny nozzled plastic syringe, and take an anti-inflammatory/pain reliever. . Place either ground clove or pure food-grade clove oil on the affected tooth. This has worked better than Vicodin to relieve pain from a toothache. . Oregano. I woke up this morning with the worst tooth ache ever (from a back-tooth cavity). Place some oregano flakes on your tooth. Alternatively, mix warm water, salt and oregano in a cup and swish that around the tooth. . The best thing I have found to use for toothache pain is Hurricaine Gel. It is a topical anesthetic, the kind the dentist uses right before giving you a Novocaine shot. Best of all, you do not have to use a lot of the gel to kill the pain - and it lasts for hours. This can be purchased at any pharmacy without a RX. Hurricaine Gel comes in different flavors; I have found that the original (without any flavor) is better and does not taste bad at all. The anesthesia is effective within half a minute. The gel can also be used for cold sores, cuts in gums due to braces, loose teeth, etc. . This sounds crazy, but nothing worked for me except peanut butter! I think it must have something to do with the oils in it. I put a dab on the gum by the tooth and, almost right away, the pressure and pain stopped. . Everyone was saying that vanilla or almond extract works, so I went to my cabinets and all I had was pure lemon extract... it really worked wonders! Be careful, though, because it burns; it has 84% alcohol - more than the other extracts - and it worked instantly! . Putting Goody Powders or BC's on a toothache also works - for a little while - but it makes the inside of your mouth raw if you use it too much. . Dab a Q-Tip in your favorite alcohol or whiskey, then apply to the painful area until the pain subsides. . To get rid of a toothache almost instantly, mix 2 tablespoons of baking soda in a glass of water. Leave in your mouth for a couple of seconds, and then spit out. Do this until all the mixture is gone. . Baking soda and water... it's the only thing that works. Forget cloves... forget Anbesol... Forget Tylenol and Advil... (and of course it's best to go see your dentist). . OTC medicine called "Red Cross" is the only OTC med that has worked for me. It's a 3-part kit for about $4, and consists of a small vial with a liquid, a pack of miniature cotton balls, and a pair of off-set tweezers. This stuff really works!! My dentist refers to it as "a root canal in a bottle." Instant relief. . I have been taking Ibuprofen for toothache pain. At first a double dose was necessary, but once the pain subsided, a single dose every 3-4 hours was sufficient. I also tried the peroxide rinse one night (when I was out of Ibuprofen), followed by a warm saltwater rinse. Then I put ice in a dish towel and held it to my palm and cheek simultaneously. Obviously I was desperate and in much pain. My pain did go away in a few minutes after the rinse, but started to return, so I resorted to the ice. Between the two remedies, something worked - my intense pain subsided.
Nausa and feeling the need to throw up but can't, what are some home remedies to make me throw up?
Mix vitamin E oil and orange oil together in your hands, and rub it liberally over your birthmarks. This is said to make a huge difference.
Acne is caused by dirt and oil clogging the pores. To prevent acne, it is important to wash the affected area as often as possible, and try to exfoliate. Scrub with a washclot…h or a bristled brush to get rid of dead skin cells that often clog pores and create pimples. To treat a pimple after it has formed, a good trick is to rub with isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol up to 3 or 4 times daily. To increase effectiveness, a hot washcloth can be placed over the pimple to open and soften the pore before rubbing with the alcohol. Another trick is to put a tiny dab of toothpaste on the pimple. This will help dry it out and absorb some of the oil. Rub hydrogen peroxide on your face. wait about five minutes then rinse your face with water. . Proper skin care, especially when one has acne, is relative. For one, you have to thoroughly understand your skin first before you follow a specific skin care regimen. You need to know your skin type as there are specific ways to clean and care for the skin depending on one's complexion type. . Here are general tips on treating pimples: 1. Apply camphor lotion on the affected area daily. After about 10 minutes, wash your face with lukewarm water and medicated soap. 2. Smear a bit of mint juice on the pimples. Let this dry up before washing your face. 3. Rub the skin with orange peel, or half of a potato. 4. Mix a starch paste and apply on the pimple itself. Let it stay overnight and wash your face in the morning. 5. Apply toothpaste on the pimple twice daily. Let it dry up and then wash your face with tap water. 6. Wash your face with raw milk before bedtime. 7. For acne prevention, wash your face with coconut milk. Acne home remedies: What you need : - 1 tablespoon honey - few drops of tea tree oil - spatula - bowl - warm water - towel Procedure: Combined the honey and tea tree oil in a bowl using the spatula. Apply the mixture into affected area. Leave it on for 15 minutes then rinse with lukewarm water. Gently dab the towel onto your face to let it dry.
To the best of my knowledge, there are no home remedies that actually work for an earache. You can try some over-the-counter pain medications (Tylenol, Advil, Aleve, etc.) to …see if that helps, but if there is an ear infection you'll need to see a doctor for antibiotics.
Yes there is some- Never drink cold water stay with room temperature. Drink ginger tea or green tea (warm) Speak Rarely Suck on a piece of ice to numb your throat Stay hydrate…d Drinking broth Eating wheat germ smoothies (not the best but does work)
There are many home remedies for the symptoms, but you need a prescription antibiotic to kill the germ.
Sitting in hot water tub for 10-15minutes in morning and evening is a good treatment for piles . Grind seeds of mango into fine powder. Mix 1teaspoon of this powder with h…oney and consume daily to relieve piles . Eat banana everyday to relieve piles
What is Tinnitus? Tinnitus (from the Latin tinnitus or "ringing") is a condition characterized by ringing, swishing, or other noises that appear to be originating in the ear… or head. Not normally a dangerous or serious problem, tinnitus is usually a symptom of some other underlying condition and most often considered a nuisance. Who gets Tinnitus? Although anyone can get tinnitus. This includes men, white people, older adults (over the age of 65), and those with age-related hearing loss. In addition, people who have been exposed to loud noises for extended periods of time and those with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are known to have higher rates of tinnitus.On average 1 in 5 Americans are affected by Tinnitus. What causes tinnitus? Tinnitus is a symptom of a variety of health conditions, blood vessel disorders, and effects from medications. The most common causes of tinnitus are age-related hearing loss, exposure to loud noises, earwax blockage in the ear canal, and abnormal bone growth in the ear. Less common causes include an inner ear disorder called Meniere's disease, stress and depression, head or neck injuries, and a benign tumor of the cranial nerve called acoustic neuroma. What are the symptoms of tinnitus? Symptoms of tinnitus include hearing sounds when no external sound is present. The ears may sense ringing, buzzing, roaring, clicking, whistling, hissing, or squealing. Noises may appear low or high in pitch and may interfere with a person's ability to concentrate. How can tinnitus be prevented? Some types of tinnitus may be avoided by following preventive measures. For example, it is not recommended to use cotton swabs to clean the ears. In addition, tinnitus can be prevented by wearing ear plugs at work (if there is excessive noise), at rock concerts, at sporting events, and while hunting, using a lawnmower, and blow drying hair. Maintaining good cardiovascular health by exercising regularly may reduce the chances of developing tinnitus linked to blood vessel disorders. There is a three step process that is available at http://po.st/wBXksY that has helped many individuals overcome their condition and has improved their quality of life. This three step process works and will help you sleep better, hear better and once again be able to concentrate at work once again. Go Here For Remedy: http://po.st/wBXksY
fluocinonide cream is the best remedy for excema, it is all natural and it can be bought in most herbal medicine stores in Chinatown for a cheap price
Don't do nothing. It works wonders.
Many people say that Crest or Colgate toothpaste works really well for bad zits but it can leave a chemical burn on some skin types making the situation even worse. Something …that really helps is Purell hand sanitizer. I had a HUGE zit on my cheek and it actually hurt to the fact I couldn't even smile, talk, eat, or anything else. My dad told me his mom had taught him for bad zits rubbing hand sanitizer would bring down swelling, and it did now I'm smiling and eating just like normal!
I like to lay in a dark room with a cold cloth on my head and just rest. I also find drinking room temperature water works also. If you continue to suffer from headaches you m…ay want to see a doctor some people suggest even going to a chiropractor a simple adjustment may do the trick.
Some home remedies for heartburn are lime juice, honey, chamomile tea, apple cider vinegar, a glass of milk or mint. There is also the idea that chewing a piece of gum can hel…p as well.
Lavender on the pillow always works well for me. Some foods such as lettuce and bananas are also helpful, although to a lesser degree.
Home remedies for diarrhea include drinking plenty of water. Bouts of diarrhea, especially if they last a long time, can deplete the body of fluids and cause dehydration. Anot…her remedy is to eat yogurt or take acidophilus. Both contain beneficial bacteria that will combat whatever is causing a disturbance in the digestive tract.