Seasonal dyspepsia - Jalavayu Dosajanya Apacana

Tooth sensitivity has many symptoms including pain and discomfort in the mouth that occurs when teeth are exposed to sweet, sour or acidic foods (such as lollipops or lemons, etc.) hot and/or cold temperature (ice cream, inhaling cold air, or hot coffee, etc.).

A common misconception is that sensitive teeth become painful only when eating hot, cold, sweet or sour foods. However, if the tooth is sensitive to cold, discomfort will occur when cold air is inhaled-in addition to other activities such as drinking iced beverages.

Sensitivity in the tooth may also be vulnerable to pressure or touch-as some may find it painful to brush or floss their teeth, for example.

It is important to note that in many cases, sensitive teeth is caused and accompanied by receding gums.

Gausa of any of the following preparations

1. Take decoction of equal part of whole plant of Brhati and Kaakari, bark of Bhukadamba (smaller kadam) and root of Eraa (castor), add to it Tila Taila (gingelly oil) one fourth part, and use as Gausa.

2. Solution of Yavaksara 1 g. in 50 ml. water.

3. Fill cavity of the tooth with Hingu (asafoetida) fried in ghee.

4. Apply Lavanga Taila (clove oil) on the tooth.

5. Apply irimedadi Taila on the tooth.