If you happen to have some Myrrh resin here's what has worked for me: Powder the resin as finely as you can. Add a tiny bit of water to make a paste and pack it in your mouth around the area that's hurting. It's not tasty, but it works! Hold it in your mouth as long as you can and then rinse it out. Keep applying the Myrrh often. I saved myself a trip to the dentist this way.
Also, here's something I thought of but I have no idea if it would work or not. Have you ever noticed how Echinacea tincture makes a numbing sensation in the mouth? You might try putting lots of Echinacea tincture on the area and see if it helps the pain.
I've had GREAT success with usnea tincture. If you have access to usnea you can heat process with vodka or Everclear (or any high alcohol content alcohol) until it turns orange.
Pour the powdered ingredients in the bottom of a cup, then add a drop or two of water to make the paste.
Roll a small ball of cotton into enough paste to saturate it, and place it on your painful tooth.
To add to the list of 'helps' should someone find themselves in need....
GARLIC cloves to eliminate infection (6-9 daily...more if tolerated)
TEA TREE and PEPPERMINT EO mixed with water (a few drops of TT and PEPPERMINT EO...swish around tooth, do not swallow)
MYRRH Tincture (rinse around offending tooth, do not swallow)
YARROW ROOTS soaked in RUM (chew on roots)
Oregon Grape root tincture is great for fighting an infection while waiting to get into the dentist and won't offend the dentist unlike the Garlic...lol
Have you been doing any bone broths (with the cartilage)?
Gelatin can help with the nails breaking also.
How's your hair? I've found that nails and hair usually 'act up' together.
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