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Arnica montana

This remedy relieves pain, bruising and swelling associated with trauma, surgery or overexertion.

Calendula

This remedy can help the body overcome inflammation, infection, and abscess. It can be taken internally in potentized form, or used as an herbal tincture. Applied to injured gums and areas around the teeth, the tincture can help reduce the chance of infection, and help the tissues heal after being cut or bruised.

Chamomilla

This remedy is often helpful when a person is hypersensitive to pain and the aftermath of dental work seems intolerable. Chamomilla sometimes works when pain medications have little or no effect, by helping the person’s nerve response become more balanced.

Coffea cruda

This remedy relieves tooth pain triggered by hot drinks and worse at night.

Gelsemium

This remedy can help to ease the apprehension and anxiety that often precede a visit to the dentist. The person may tremble and feel weak from dread, develop a headache (in the back of the head and the muscles of the neck), or feel mentally dull and lethargic.

Hypericum perforatum

This remedy relieves pain that seems to follow the nerve's path.

Mercurius solubilis

This helps relieve puffy and bleeding gums, and canker sores with a bad taste in the mouth.

Mercurius solubilis

A person with a tendency toward tender, bleeding, swollen gums and teeth that easily loosen and decay may benefit from this remedy. Offensive breath, excessive salivation, and swollen glands are other indications. Symptoms are worse at night, and the person is very sensitive to temperatures, both cold and hot.

Phosphorus

This remedy relieves minor bleeding (nose, gums) that tends to occur frequently.

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The information presented here is for informational purposes only and was created by a team of US–registered dietitians and food experts. Consult your doctor, practitioner, and/or pharmacist for any health problem and before using any supplements, making dietary changes, or before making any changes in prescribed medications. Information expires June 2015.

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