How To Get Rid Of A Toothache | Self Healing Techniques Series

January 23, 2013 by admin | Filed under Self Healing, Su Jok, Toothache.

Of course, the best thing to do is to see a dentist. However, in cases when you can’t do that, whether it’s due to circumstances or when the toothache appears suddenly, or even when you did visit a dentist and it didn’t help getting rid of the pain, in those cases it is possible to relieve or even completely get rid of the toothache with the help of Su-Jok Therapy.

Where To Find Acupressure Points That Will Help You To Get Rid Of The Toothache?

The most effective way to control toothache is to apply pressure on points that are located around your thumb nail. You will have to find which acupressure point is corresponding to your aching tooth. If the aching tooth is located in the lower jaw, then its corresponding acupressure point will be located near the end of the nail (i.e. edge of the finger). If on the other hand, the ache located on the upper jaw, then the fitting acupressure point will be located near the root of the nail, i.e. where it starts to grow. (See illustration for clarity)

Visual mapping of your teeth on a Thumb

Mapping of teeth around thumb nail

How To Apply Pressure On The Acupressure Points?

With the aid of a massage stick or a similar object such as a toothpick, or the end of a ball-point pen (without ink), find the most painful spot that is also corresponding to the aching tooth, and massage that spot thoroughly, for several minutes. Usually, the pain will be diminished or even disappear entirely. If it didn’t help check again that you used the right acupressure point. After that, thoroughly warm-up that spot with the help of a Moxa (mini-Moxa would work best) and then attach a buckwheat seed with a help of a band-aid. From time to time, apply some pressure on the seed. It can remain there, until the pain goes away. 

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7 Responses to “How To Get Rid Of A Toothache | Self Healing Techniques Series”

  1. kerry-lee says:

    just tried your tooth healing technique and i’m impressed by the results. i have had unbearable pain for three days and after trying this for several minutes it has greatly reduced the pain, will continue with this, thank-you for putting this out there

  2. Heidi says:

    I have to say that this is the only thing that has worked for my tooth pain. I have a lower tooth that needs to be pulled and when it acts up it is the worst pain imaginable, I can’t function. I have tried pressure points on my feet and my hand, between finger and thumb, but those did not work on my tooth pain. I was so surprised that after just a few minutes my pain was almost gone!!! Thank you so much for posting this!!!

  3. Ana says:

    so true….. Thank you very much for sharing. :-)

  4. Loren Amelang says:

    Your tooth numbers and tooth size drawings suggest the tip of the thumb connects to the upper jaw, but your labels there, and your text, say “lower”. My quick experiment says lower is correct. I’d guess you copied a tooth number chart image and combined it with a thumb that happened to be pointing toward the top of the image. If you turned the thumb 180 degrees, and swapped your text labels, the tooth images and numbers would be correct.

  5. Chelle says:

    Okay, I’m now a believer. Not sure how this actually works, but it does. I had sudden inexplicable tooth/jaw pain. I took 800mg of Ibuprofen and it didn’t work. I know I don’t have a cavity – regular cleanings and check up, but the pain…I was just ready to leave my office before I happened on your site. I’m truly, truly amazed. Thank you for sharing such valuable information!!!

  6. Ashley says:

    This is amazing!! This relieved a lot of my pain. It’s not gone completely but it’s so much better!

  7. Bromby Newby says:

    It was a great relief for a couple of mins but my pain if back. Those couple of mins were devine. Thank you.

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