odontalgic


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o·don·tal·gia

 (ō′dŏn-tăl′jə)
n.
A toothache.

o′don·tal′gic adj.
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Today it is commonly grown in certain parts of China for its health benefits, and the stems are chewed as an odontalgic (toothache remedy) or to relieve gingivitis.
The wood and leaves were antispasmodic, analgesic, rubefacient, odontalgic, stimulant.
(63) The native Indians of North America have long utilized it for rheumatism and toothaches (odontalgic).