Common side effects of topically applied clove may include:
- erection problems;
- trouble having an orgasm (delayed ejaculation);
- itching, rash;
- mild skin irritation; or.
- sore gums, mouth irritation, bleeding or swollen gums, or tooth changes after using clove inside the mouth.
Simply so, where can I get clove oil for toothaches?
If you have an achy tooth or gum and your dentist's first opening is in a week or two, a dab of clove oil can offer some temporary relief while you're waiting to get it looked at by a professional. Just a dab on a cotton swab on the tooth or area that hurts and after a few minutes, it'll be good and numb.
How do you apply clove oil to a tooth?
To use it for a toothache, dip a clean tissue, cotton swab, or cotton ball into the oil and wipe it over the gums at the point of the pain. People can also use whole cloves. Simply place them on the affected area for several minutes at a time.
Can clove oil damage teeth?
Clove oil or cream containing clove flower is POSSIBLY SAFE when applied to the skin. However, frequent and repeated application of clove oil in the mouth or on the gums can sometimes cause damage to the gums, tooth pulp, skin, and mucous membranes.