[ tˈuːθe͡ɪk tɹˈiː], [ tˈuːθeɪk tɹˈiː], [ t_ˈuː_θ_eɪ_k t_ɹ_ˈiː]
How to use "Toothache tree" in context?
When the pain of a toothache gets unbearable, many people reach for the comfort of a toothache tree. These trees, also called saint John's wort, are native to eastern Europe and Asia and are believed to have medicinal properties. According to folklore, chewing on a toothache tree will relief pain and swelling from a toothache.
Toothache trees can be found growing in colonies near bodies of water. The roots of the tree extend deep into the ground and access moisture and minerals. The tough, fibrous stem is covered in small, pointed leaves.
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