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Toothache which is pain in the jaw is usually because of the inflammation of the pulp of the tooth (pulpitis). Cold, heat or pressure on the tooth may increase the pain. Sometimes a toothache may be due to non-dental reasons like infection of the ears and sinus.

Causes:

  • Toothache can also be caused by a broken or fractured tooth without any cavity.
  • Dental Cavities.
  • Expose tooth roots.
  • Cracked Tooth Syndrome.
  • Gum disease.
  • Improper brushing.

Symptoms:

  • Toothache.
  • Bleeding from gum.

Diagnosis:

  • Dentists can run a differential diagnosis to find out the major causes of the toothache. The differential diagnosis involves a histological analysis of the affected tooth and the surrounding gums and tissues. The exposed pulp may be analyzed to find out the bacterial destruction of the tooth.

Ingredients:

  1. Indian Mulberry unripe fruit.
  2. Salt.

Natural Remedies:

  • The mature plant contains significant amounts of resveratrol, particularly in stem bark.The fruit and leaves are sold in various forms as nutritional supplements. Unripe fruit and green parts of the plant have a white sap that is intoxicating and mildly hallucinogenic. Mulberries are refreshing and have laxative properties and are well adapted to febrile cases. In former days, they used to be made into various conserves and drinks. Constituents of the Black Mulberry Fruit: Glucose, protein, pectin, colouring matter tartaric and malic acids, ash, etc. This composition varies much, as in all fleshy fruits, with the ripeness and other conditions. In amount of grape sugar, the Mulberry is surpassed only by the Cherry and the Grape.

Take same quantity of Indian mulberry unripe fruits and salt. Grind and dry it. Make powder it. Then brush your teeth with this powder regularly.

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