This staple spice makes mouth pain DISAPPEAR… in 1 day!

It’s the doctor’s office visit seniors fear most.

But if you haven’t been to the dentist since Bush was president, you’re not doing yourself any favors.

Because even if the rest of you is in PERFECT health, you can face plenty of risks if you’re ignoring your pearly whites.

We’ve all suffered through a toothache, hoping that it’ll go away on its own.

Fortunately, there’s a natural way to ease the ache while you wait for your appointment.

It goes to work FAST… is 96% effective… and most people are NEVER told about it.

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You may already be using clove as part of your dental routine… and not even know it.

Its antiseptic properties have made it a choice ingredient in several pastes, sprays, and rises.

Derived from Eugenia caryophyllata, an evergreen tree native to Indonesia, cloves have been used since ancient times.

From the Greeks and Romans to practitioners of traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine… they’ve all used it to combat tooth pain.

The key to its pain-relieving powers is an active compound found in clove oil called eugenol.

Studies have shown that it can relieve pain after a tooth extraction as quickly as within one day.

And in one study, a whopping 96% of the patients experienced pain relief from eugenol.

It’s also a powerful anti-inflammatory.

You can find this compound in the leaves and stems of clove, but you’ll get the best anesthetic effect with extracts from its dried flower buds.

Whether your tooth aches… your gums are sore… or your mouth hurts from getting a crown or dentures… a piece of gauze (or a cottonball) soaked in clove oil can eradicate the pain better than any pill.

Your dentist may give you clove to relieve an excruciating “dry socket,” which sometimes forms after getting a tooth pulled out.

You can even gargle with clove oil diluted in warm water.

And if you can’t get your hands on any oil of clove right away, you can chew on a whole clove left over from your Christmas ham… or just press it against the sore spot.

It’ll erase the pain and freshen your breath, too. Just don’t swallow it.