3. Treats a toothache

It’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties makes it helpful in treating toothache. It fights infection and relieves the pain. It can also help to heal bleeding gums. You can directly place a small piece of Asafoetida directly on a tooth for some relief. A mouth rinse can be made from boiling a pinch of Asafoetida powder and a clove or two in a cup of water. Use the rinse when the water gets lukewarm. A poultice can also be effective. Heat half a teaspoon of Asafoetida in two teaspoons of lemon juice and apply to the tooth with a cotton swab. You can use lime juice as an alternative.


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