A sinus toothache may be due to an infection in the sinuses caused by pressure and pain on the teeth's roots. Sinus toothaches may be hard to diagnose and to treat. However, there are various ways that you can do to treat sinus toothache in a natural way. As much as possible, try some available natural methods first, if in case the pain is still unbearable, then you may choose to visit your physician for further examinations. Basically, treating the pain source, which is often a sinus problem (sinusitis), can help you eliminate the sinus toothache in no time. Here are some natural remedies that you can resort to so that you can get relief from a sinus toothache.

- Use garlic to cure sinus toothaches. This common herb can be a very powerful and natural antibacterial remedy and can be used to cure almost all sinus toothache causes. If in case the pain does not subside, you may bruise up garlic cloves and place it directly into the tooth that is affected. Remember to remove the garlic if and when it starts to sting.

- Essential clove oil can also be used for sinus toothache . These cloves have natural pain-relieving properties and can be very helpful in getting relief. Placing droplets of the oil using cotton swabs and directly applying it into the area of pain can provide you relief from the pain.

- Turmeric paste is a natural anti-inflammatory and antibacterial treatment and can also help decrease pain. You can make a mixture of turmeric paste by adding the right amount of water. The mixture should then be applied into the affected area.

- Ginger root can also be very effective in treating this kind of pain. It has natural pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties. It can help you combat the infection and relieve you from the pain which is due to the infected tooth.

- An Oregon grape root tincture can also help you cure sinus toothache which is due to a sinus infection. Since it has a powerful antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, it can help you reduce the pain and discomfort of a toothache.
If in case a clove essential oil is not available, you may choose to chew or crush whole cloves and then apply them directly into the affected area. Although it may not be as effective as the oil, it can somehow reduce the pain due to the sinus toothache . Ginger root, on the other hand, should not be taken by people suffering from a gallbladder disease as it may cause complications.

Author's Bio: 

Stephanie is main contributor and co-creator of the new Sinusitis info based web-site: http://natural-sinus-relief.com. Get lots more info there on Sinus Toothache and also check out our free 10-part mini-eCourse, “Natural Secrets to Effective Sinus Relief”, it might be all you’ll ever need (and did I mention it was free!!)