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How to Soothe a Teething Baby

Teething is one of the challenging stages for parents, even though for babies as well. Teeth can begin to come in anywhere from the age of three months to twelve months. The process of teething will continue until the age of three years of babies. Symptoms of teething include sensitive red gums, excessive drooling, chewing, rubbing the ears or cheeks, inconsolable crying, rashes around the neck or mouth, as well as decreased appetite.

Here are some home or natural remedies that will help you fighting with these teething symptoms. Through these remedies, you can protect your baby from medications or chemicals.

Mesh Feeder

You can give your baby frozen food, such as carrots, apples, and bananas in a mesh feeder. Then your teething baby easily nibbles the fruit and get instant relief from pain for some time with taste. Once the teeth arrive in, squash up the food and place it into the baby’s mesh feeder to avoid any kind of choking hazards.

How to Soothe a Teething Baby

Peeled Ginger

Ginger has a natural anti-inflammatory that assists in relieving teething ache by calming the nerve endings in the gums. For the strongest or instant effect, rub a piece of peeled ginger over the baby’s gums for three to four minutes.

Ground Cloves

Cloves are the best because it contains oils which have numbing, warming qualities. Take ground cloves to mix them with unsalted butter, coconut oil, water, and put in the fridge to make the paste chilled, then take the paste and easily rub on the gums of baby. Clove essential oils function great too!

Freeze a Washcloth

You can freeze a damp washcloth and let the baby chew that cloth to get a cool, as well as numbing sensation. You can also tie a knot on one end before freezing. In addition, you can also soak the damp cloth in chamomile tea rather than in water.


Giving a toothbrush to babies for chewing on it promotes good oral health as well as they also get used to having the toothbrush in their mouth while giving a nice massage to their gums simultaneously. Moms can also use rubber gum massagers in their fingers.

DIY Popsicles

You can make your own popsicles from organic, natural fruity juice is a fun, tasty, as well as a safe way to give your baby some relief. Chewing on the cold, numb their pain, and prove their gum comfort to some extent.

Essential Oils

There are several forms of different essential oils that offer a natural cure to life’s various ailments such as lavender oil is extremely calming as well as assists the baby to relax or calm when stressed. Other essential oils like cloves oil numb the pain in the gums.

Wearable Teething Mittens

These unique and new teething products are the best way to calming your baby. Especially for those babies whose hands are too little or clumsy to make the typical teething toy work without mommy’s help.  There are several ways you can choose or create your own as well. If the severe case makes an appointment and visits the dentist.

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