While a dentist may recommend hot and cold compresses after your wisdom teeth have been extracted. One interesting traditional method involves chamomile tea bags. How can these bags help and how should they be applied
– Chamomile has anti-swelling properties and it can soothe sensitive tissues.
– Brew chamomile tea and allow the bags to adequately cool down.
– They can be applied for up to 15 minutes at a time.
“Chamomile is a very soothing herb that’s free of caffeine and tends to have a calming effect on tissues.”
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