Treating Toothache

Dentists Be Damned

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General Information

Common everyday illnesses, and disorders ranging from head colds and influenza to toothache and headache. Their greatest use is by consumers who obtain them directly at the pharmacy, and in many countries outside pharmacies as well. Perhaps this wide availability and advertising via mass media lead to a lack of appreciation by the lay public that these are medicines with associated adverse effects. Both have at any rate been subject to misuse and excessive use, leading to such problems as chronic salicylate intoxication with aspirin, and severe hepatic damage after overdose with paracetamol. Both aspirin and paracetamol have featured in accidental over-dosage (particularly in children) as well as intentional overdosage.

Berberis thunbergii DC

Uses In China and Japan, the bark is used to cool, to expel intestinal worms, to counteract putrefaction and to check menorrhagia. A decoction of the stem and roots is used to wash the eyes. In Vietnam, a decoction of the plant is used to wash the eyes and to treat dental caries.

Pharmaceutical interest

Uses In Indonesia a decoction of Alternanthera sessilis (L.) R. Br. is drunk to stop dysentery and diarrhea. In Malaysia, the plant is used to heal wounds and applied to painful areas. A decoction of 30 g of the whole plant is drunk by Malays to stop dysentery, relieve the bowels of costiveness, treat jaundice, fever, urinary tract infection, tuberculosis and peptic ulcer, resolve sore throat and intestinal inflammation, and to mitigate toothache. In Taiwan, Alternanthera sessilis (L.) R. Br. is used to treat kidney diseases and haemoptysis, and to fight depression.

Pregnancy Category None

A tropical aphrodisiac compounded from the dried venom of toads has been found to contain bufotenine. A traditional Chinese medicine called Chan Su is rubbed on a spot of the body to numb the area and is also used for heart ailments and to fight nosebleeds Chan Su is prepared from toads and contains bufotenine. Other toad venom preparations have been used to relieve toothache, to help bleeding gums, to promote urination, and to help people cough up phlegm.

Camellia sinensis L O Ktze

Chemotherapeutic properties One such compound is (-)-epigallocatechin-3-O-gallate abrogates the survival of xenograft tumors (Sintippour MR et a ., 2001). Catechins of tea are bactericidal towards Streptococcus mutans and Streptococcus sobrinus which are responsible for dental caries (Hamilton-Miller JMT et a ., 2001).

Classification of Pain

Acute pain is a set of unpleasant and emotional experiences often culminating in behavioral responses. Acute pain is, invariably, produced by disease, injury, noxious chemicals, or some physical stimulation (e.g., heat). Much of our knowledge about acute pain has been acquired from studies of experimentally induced pain in laboratory animals or even human volunteers. Clinical situations such as acute dental pain, the pain of parturition, and many postsurgical situations have also been an impetus to research.

Pregnancy Category C

The drug was first isolated from coca plants in the mid-1800s. Cocaine apparently functions as an insecticide in the plants, but the substance has had no commercial agricultural use for that purpose. Early medical applications included administration to treat addiction to alcohol and opiates, but persons addicted to those drugs did not better on cocaine. Like many stimulants, cocaine has anorectic (weight-reducing) properties that decline as usage stretches over time but the drug's main medical use has been as a local anesthetic, particularly in ear, nose, and mouth surgery. Experimental use as an antide-pressant has been unsuccessful. Cocaine has been used to treat tonsillitis, earache, toothache, burns, skin rash, hay fever, asthma, hemorrhoids, nerve pain, nausea, and vomiting. It makes the body's immune system more active. For medical purposes cocaine has been largely superseded by drugs having less potential for abuse, but it is still called an excellent anesthetic for nose...

Melanolepis multiglandulosa Bl Reichb F Zoll

Uses In Indonesia, Melanolepis multiglandulosa (Bl.) Reichb. f. & Zoll. is used to alleviate itchiness, treat cough and assuage toothache. In the Philippines, the leaves are used to treat headache and promote sweating. The pharmacological potentials of Melanolepis multiglandulosa (Bl.) Reichb. f. & Zoll. are yet to be revealed.

DOSAGE 100 mcg Lysergic Acid Diethylamide

With a toothache to the ringing of a telephone). In patients for whom the LSD experience was modified by administration of another drug, the increased sensory input produced by LSD may have been just enough to function as an annoyance, while not enough to compete successfully with the painful input.

Alstonia scholars L R Br

Uses In Cambodia, the bark is used to promote menses and to treat chronic paludism with the enlargement of the spleen and liver discomfort. In Indonesia, the plant is used to stop diarrhea, treat diabetes and heal hemorrhoids. An infusion of the young leaves is drunk to treat beriberi. The leaf tips roasted with coconut are used to treat stomatitis. In Malaysia, the plant is used to treat malaria. The latex is used to assuage toothache. A decoction of the bark is drunk to combat fever, invigorate the body, stimulate appetite, and treat yaws. In Burma, the latex is used to heal ulcers. In India, the bark is used to promote milk secretion and to treat cancer. In the Philippines, the plant is used internally to combat fever, stop dysentry, heal wounds, and treat epilepsy. In Vietnam, the bark is used to treat chronic malaria with enlarged spleen, while the leaves are used to promote milk secretion. The bark of Alstonia scholaris (L.) R. Br. has been used in Western medicine (British...

Transcending Ordinary Reality

Datura also played an important role in native medicine. As among the Zuni and Aztecs, the plant was employed by Cahuilla shamans in the form of a paste or ointment as a highly effective pain killer in setting broken or dislocated bones, alleviating localized pain, and even relieving toothache. Depending on the effect desired, the Indians commonly used the root in a drink, generally smoked the leaves, and crushed both roots and leaves with other parts of the plant and mixed them into a medicinal paste.

Eriocaulon australe R Br

Uses In China, Eriocaulon australe R. Br. is used to treat eye inflammation, sore throat, toothache, to clam, to combat fever and to promote urination. The pharmacological potential of Eriocaulon australe R. Br. and of the large genus Eriocaulon remains unexplored. Note that flavonoids, known to occur in the genus, might be involved in the anti-inflammatory property of the plant.

Xanthium strumarium L

Uses In China, the fruits of Xanthium strumarium L. are used to invigorate health, soothe inflammation, promote urination, combat fever, stop spasms, treat sinusitis, headache and to counteract putrefaction. In Korea, the fruits are used to treat rheumatism and to soothe inflamed parts. In Malaysia, Xanthium strumarium L. is used to counteract postnatal infection. In Vietnam, a decoction of 6 g-12 g of fruits of Xanthium strumarium L. is used to treat furonculosis, impetigo, rhinitis, urticaria, goiter, rheumatism, mycosis, heal ulcers, assuage cramp, toothache and headache, soothe sore throat, and to treat dysentery. In India, the entire herb is used to cool, to calm, to sweat, and to promote urination and the secretion of saliva. The leaves are used to treat malaria and the fruits are used to treat smallpox. The roots are used to treat cancer.

Family Moraceae Link 1831 nom conserv the Mulberry Family

Pharmaceutical interest Mulberry (British Pharmaceutical Codex, 1934), consists of the ripe fruits of Morus alba L. which have been used to relieve the bowels of costiveness, to promote expectoration and as adjuvant in the form of syrup (Mulberry syrup, dose 2 mL-4 mL) prepared by dissolving sucrose in the expressed juice. The latex of Ficus species is often used to heal wounds, remove warts, assuage toothache, and to treat skin infection. This could be due to the fact that the latex often contains mixtures of papain-like proteases (ficin), which could be used therapeutically to expel worms or to resolve inflammation, and in the food industry to tenderize meat. The therapeutic potential of this large family is not fully known til to date. Prenylflavones and lectins of Moraceae represent an interesting reserve field of chemotherapeutic investigation and should be worth being assessed further for their cytotoxic and or antiviral properties. About 50 species of plants classified within...

Alocasia macrorrhiza L G

Alocasia Indica Parts

Don is a counter irritant remedy. In Indonesia, the leaves and tubers are used to assuage pain on the joints and to heal wounds. In Malaysia and Papua New Guinea, the juice expressed from the plant is used to heal stings. In the Philippines, the dried petioles are heated and used to assuage toothache. In Taiwan, the tubers are pounded and used to soothe swollen parts. In Vietnam and Cambodia, the tubers are used to promote urination, to soothe inflamed parts, heal boils and to treat rheumatism, diseased palms and apoplexy.

Family Rutaceae A L de Jussieu 1789 nom conserv the Rue Family

Pharmaceutical interest To the family Rutaceae belong several fruit trees and countless medicinal plants. Citrus limon (L.) Burm.f. (lemon), Citrus auran-tium L. (sour orange), Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck (sweet orange), and Citrus aurantifolia (Chaistm.) Swingle (lime), the oil of which is aromatic and of pharmaceutical value as a flavoring agent. The oil obtained by mechanical means from the fresh peel of the fresh orange Citrus sinensis (Orange oil, Oleum Aurantii, British Pharmaceutical Codex, 1963) has been used as a flavoring agent and in perfumery. Bergamot oil (Oleum Bergamottae, British Pharmaceutical Codex, 1949), obtained by expression from the fresh peel of the fruit of Citrus bergamia, has been used in perfumery in preparations for the hair (Cologne Spirit or Spiritus Coloniensis). Lemon oil (Oleum Limonis, British Pharmaceutical Codex, 1963), obtained by expression of fresh lemon peel (Citrus limon, Citrus limonia, Citrus medica), is carminative and used as a flavoring...

Ludwigia Hyssopifolia

Uses Woodfordia fruticosa (L.) Kurz is used for its astringent property. In Burma, the flowers of Woodfordia fruticosa (L.) Kurz are used to stop dysentery and colic. In Indonesia, Woodfordia fruticosa (L.) Kurz is used to stop dysentery, heal wounds, promote urination, treat sprue, and to remove blood from urine. In Malaysia, the flowers of Woodfordia fruticosa (L.) Kurz are used to promote fertility and treat smallpox. In India, the plant is used to calm uterus contractions, expel intestinal worms, to quench thirst, assuage toothache, stop dysentery, heal hemorrhoids and counteract snake poisoning.

Physical description It is a laticif

Uses In Indonesia, the roots of Tabernaemontana divaricata (L.) Burk. are used to counteract poison, treat lumbago, gravel, stop diarrhea and assuage abdominal discomfort. The latex is used to make arrow-poison. In Malaysia, an infusion of leaves is bechic.The pounded roots are used to treat eye diseases. When mixed with other ingredients, they are snuffed to heal syphilitic ulceration of the nose. In Vietnam, a decoction of the roots is used to combat fever. In India, the roots are used to treat biliousness and diseases of the blood. The plant is also used to promote menses, increase venereal desire, invigorate the body, relieve the bowels of costiveness, assuage pain as well as toothache.

The Oral Cavity Infections of the Oral Cavity

Infections of the oral cavity are often caused by overactivity of endogenous flora (e.g. dental caries) and also by primary pathogens (e.g. candidiasis). Typical disorders include viral infections such as Herpes simplex (cold sores) fungal infections such as oral thrush caused by the Candida albicans and other Candida species bacterial-induced infection such as gingivitis leading to periodontitis in some cases.

Homonoia riparia Lour

Herbarium Drugs

Uses In Indonesia, the sap of Homonoia riparia Lour. is used to strengthen loose teeth. In Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia, the leaves are used to assuage itchiness and to expel impurities. In Malaysia, the leaves and fruits of Homonoia riparia Lour. are used to treat skin diseases. In the Philippines, the leaves are applied externally to heal wounds inflicted by poisonous fish and the plant is also used to assuage toothache. In Thailand, the leaves are used to treat skin disease.The pharmacological potential of Homonoia riparia Lour. remains unexplored.

Anthoxanthum odoratum

Calamagrostis (reed grass) Calamovilfa (sand reed) Calammophila (calammophila) Catabrosa (whorl grass) Cathestecum (false grama) Cenchrus (sandbur) Chasmanthium (wood oats) Chloris (windmill grass) Chrysopogon (false beard grass) Chusquea (chusquea bamboo) Cinna (wood reed) Cladoraphis (bristly love grass) Coelorachis (joint tail grass) Coix (Job's tears) Coleanthus (moss grass) Cortaderia (pampas grass) Corynephorus (club awn grass) Cottea (cotta grass) Crypsis (prickle grass) Ctenium (toothache grass)

Schefflera elliptica Bl Harms

Uses In Indonesia, the wood of Schefflera elliptica (Bl.) Harms is used to assuage toothache. The pharmacological potential of Schefflera elliptica (Bl.) Harms remains unexplored. Note that the analgesic property of this plant is very probably due to the presence of saponins.

Family Aizoaceae Rudolphi 1830 nom conserv the Fig marigold Family

Pharmaceutical interest Many species of Aizoaceae are decorative and are cultivated as such. Some, notably from the genus Mesembryanthemum, have become naturalized in many parts of Europe. Examples of medicinal Aizoaceae are Galenia africana and Sceletium tortuosum, which are used in African indigenous medicine as a counter-irritant in the treatment of toothache. The counter-irritant property is due to crystals of oxalic acid which penetrate mucosa and skin. Oxalic acid is toxic. In the body, it combines with calcium ions to form calcium oxalate which precipitates in the kidneys. Mesembryanthemum crystalinum (ice plant) was considered a sure treatment for venereal diseases by the early cowboys of western North America. Kanna or Sceletium expansum and Sceletium tortuosum, have been used by South African shamans from prehistoric times to enhance animal spirits, sparkle the eyes, and to stimulate gaiety. The active constituent of kanna is a serotonine-like alkaloid called mesembrine...

Euphorbia antiquorum L

Uses In Burma, the latex of Euphorbia antiquorum L. is used to remove warts and to relieve the bowels of costiveness. In China, the plant is used to resolve inflammation and treat cholera. In Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, the latex is used to induce vomiting, promote urination and relieve the bowels of costiveness. In Indonesia, the latex is used relieve the bowels of costiveness, remove warts, resolve inflamed skin and assuage toothache.The pharmacological properties of Euphorbia antiquorum L. are known. One might set the hypothesis that the acridity of the latex is attributed to the complex phorbol diterpenoid esters.

Dipterocarpus alatus Roxb

Uses The resin of Dipterocarpus alatus Roxb. is used externally to heal wounds and to counteract putrefaction in several Southeast Asian countries. In Cambodia, the bark is used to invigorate health, expel impurities, and to treat rheumatism and liver complaints, while the resin is used to heal ulcerated wounds. In India, the resin is used to treat gonorrhea. In Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, the resin is used to heal ulcerous sores and to treat blenorrhagia. In Thailand, the bark is used to invigorate health and to mitigate toothache, while the resin is used to heal the wounds of cattle. The resin is used for varnishing. To date, the pharmacological potential of Dipterocarpus alatus Roxb. is unexplored.

Apama corymbosa Griff Willd

Uses In Java, the stems and leaves are applied externally to counteract snake-poison. In Malaysia, the pounded leaves are applied to the gums or laid onto the hollow of teeth to assuage toothache. The roots are mixed with the kernel of Myristica fragrans Houtt. to make a protective postpartum medicine.

Cocaine

However, the Incan civilization of Peru, which arose around a.d. 1300, provides the earliest useful information about early coca use. For the Incas, coca was a symbol of royalty. Only male royalty, priests, and shamans were allowed to use the drug. Reports also suggest that coca was used to treat the sick and soothe pain from ailments such as toothache and malaria. Court orators used the drug so they could recount Incan history at a single sitting. It was also used during initiation rites for young men. Thus, coca use in Incan society was typically for medical or ceremonial purposes rather than as an intoxicant.

Calamus

Effects Stimulates, energizes, and in high enough doses, produces a psychedelic effect similar to LSD. It contains the substance asarone, which is similar to mescaline and amphetamines, but may not create the feeling of tension that amphetamines do. It is used by some to treat such ailments as asthma, bronchitis, diarrhea, fever, hangover, headache, and toothache. According to James A. Duke, Ph.D., the root can kill lice when ground into a powder and applied to the infected area.

History

Due to the rampant medical and recreational consumption of cannabis by the 19th century, the Indian government solicited an investigation of the use of the hemp plant. After hearing testimony from numerous witnesses, including medical officers and private native medical practitioners, the resulting report of the Indian Hemp Drugs Commission of 1893-1894 (Commission, 1969) concluded Cannabis indica must be looked upon as one of the most important drugs of Indian Materia Medica. Although the drug was prescribed for a large number of medical afflictions, the report stated that one of the commonest uses is for the relief of pain including toothache, labor pain, dysmenorrhoea, neuralgia, stomach pain, headache, cramps, and neuralgia.

Jatropha curcas L

Jatropha Curcas Latex

Uses The oil expressed from the seeds of Jatropha curcas L. (Oleum Infernale) was formerly used in Western medicine to relieve the bowels of costiveness, to treat bleeding, and to heal wounds. In Burma, the seeds are used to relieve the bowels of costiveness. In Indonesia, the latex is used to alleviate itchiness, control bleeding, and treat eczema and ringworms. In the Philippines, the oil expressed from the seeds is used to relieve the bowels of costiveness and the latex, to assuage toothache. The plant is also used to treat cough and to stop diarrhea. In Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, Jatropha curcas L. is used to facilitate abortion, alleviate itchiness and heal ulcers. In Malaysia, the latex is used to treat bleeding and heal wounds.

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