Had a tooth bothering me last night. Spit the chew out and snuffed the cigar and went to bed. The tooth started to throb. Got up and took some Hydrocodone. Laid down, tooth still throbbed (had a nice buzz though). Got up after a couple of hours and smoked a cigar. Pain went away and I was able to go to sleep. Woke up at 4:30, throbbing. Got up and smoked (and chewed). Pain went away. I'm starting to believe that tobacco can be a pain reliever. Anyone have any experience with this? (please, save the rants for another thread)
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Years ago when I was still a smoker (12 years quit now), I got stung and was having a bad reaction. Swelling was huge and was getting runners swelling up in all directions. I wet some of the cigarette tobacco and tried that, no go. I had to get my BIL to chew some plug real quick and put that on it and it worked.
Yes, I have had tobacco ease a toothache and an earache. Not going to start back for the analgesic effect though LOL
Location: south central Kentucky(finally out of all the snow)
Yes, I have heard that. My folks used to always blow smoke in our ears as kids for swimmers ear.
For years now though, I've kept clove oil and cotton balls for tooth ache. A drop on bit of cotton ball to effected area greatly relieves/removes the pain. Way better than any commercial product that can be bought.