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Weed to help a toothache?


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Lately I've come down with a really bad toothache. I went to a dentist yesterday and he couldn't find anything abnormal that would cause it. I was wondering how some hits of the good herb would help with a toothache. Any tips?

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look man, weed will help
but
this is a good improvisation for now
take a shot of liquor,, swish it in your mouth
in the area of your pain, for a couple seconds
then spit it out


pain free:cool:

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Red Cross tooth-ache Remedy works, cloves from the spice cabinet also can help. Native Americans used the root of the California poppy as a dental anesthetic.

See a dentist. An abscessed tooth can be potentially fatal! (NO, I'm not kidding!)


Granny :wave:

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look man, weed will help
but
this is a good improvisation for now
take a shot of liquor,, swish it in your mouth
in the area of your pain, for a couple seconds
then spit it out


pain free:cool:




why spit it out:confused:

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See a dentist. An abscessed tooth can be potentially fatal! (NO, I'm not kidding!)


Granny :wave:


Like I said, I don't have an abcessed tooth. The dentist said that everything looked perfectly normal.

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Lately I've come down with a really bad toothache. I went to a dentist yesterday and he couldn't find anything abnormal that would cause it. I was wondering how some hits of the good herb would help with a toothache. Any tips?


I hear you man, I have a wisdom tooth that needs removed, hurts like a mofo. Sadly bud doesn't seem to dull the pain for me, at least vaping doesn't.

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i know this post is old as hell. but, sometime toothaches can be caused by sinus pressure. i had the same problem a while back.

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take your tips of your fingers and massage your temple/head and diffrent area's of your skull.while your msaging out the pain it will lessen but only while your messaaging unless u hit that good spot then it seemd to go away for a little while atleast giving you some relief.

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Often tooth abscesses dont show until the damage is too great to reverse.

Like meCa said, sinus pressure is a common cause of tooth pain.

Above each tooth you have a maxillary sinus, and a sinus infection can place pressure against the nerves.

If you have a sinus infection, you may have a deviated septum, which will require surgery to correct.

When you have a deviated septum, it will poke against the nasal cavity, causing difficulties with breathing.

Sinus infections and lead to an abscessed tooth, as the infection can cause a fistula, which is a canal between the maxillary and frontal sinus. If this happens, it will become a medical emergency, and the tooth may have to be pulled, healthy or not.

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oil of oregano will be your best bet...

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Well if you have toothache then why not treat with soluble paracetamol or panadol? Why even think about weed or liquor :D




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