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Seller: Top-Rated Seller hocin_dz2015 (139) 100%, Location: elnasse, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 264069735721 100 % Natural Tooth brush Organic Herbal siwak miswak islam Sewak 100 % Natural Herbal Tooth brush Organic Herbal THE MOST POPULAR SIWAK IN THE WORLD MISWAK AS AN ORGANIC TOOTHBRUSH: ☆The item will be sent by ALGERIA POST via Economy Int'l Shipping which may take about 35-55 business days (without tracking number) to arrive. Miswak is mainly Sunnah of prophet Mohammad (Pbuh). Miswak kills mouth bacteria, removes mouth odor, reduces tooth decay, fights plaque and many other spiritual and health benefits. Some of the benefits of Miswak are (1) Eliminates bad odour and improves the sense of taste (2) Sharpens the Memory (3) Sharpens the Intelligence (4) Eliminates Slime (5) A Cure for Illness (6) Miswaak creates fragrance in the mouth. (7) Miswaak strengthens the gums. (8) Miswaak prevents tooth decay. (9) Miswaak prevents further increase of decay which has already set in the teeth. (10) Miswaak is a cure for headaches. (11) Miswaak assists in eliminating toothaches. (12) Miswaak creates lustre (Noor) on the face of the one who continually uses it. (13) Miswaak causes the teeth to glow. (14) Miswaak removes the yellowishness of the teeth. (15) Miswaak strengthens the eye-sight. (16) Miswaak is beneficial for the health of the entire body. (17) Miswaak assists in the process of Digestion. (18) Miswaak is a cure for a certain mouth disease known as Qilaa' (19) Miswaak clears the voice. This is stated in TibbeNabawi. (20) Miswaak facilitates the appetite (Tibbe Nabawi). (21) Miswaak increases the eloquence of one's speech. (22) Miswaak (i.e. its constant use) will be ~ factor to ease the pangs of Death. (23) Miswaak increases the Thawaab (reward) of Salaat (prayer) from seventy times to four hundred times. (HADITH) (24) Miswaak is a factor which will earn higher ranks in Jannat for the one who uses it (25) The Angels sing the praises of the one who uses the Miswaak. (26) Use of the Miswaak displeases Shaitaan. (27) Use of the Miswaak graces one with the companionship of the Angels. (28) And, the greatest benefit of using the Miswaak is the attainment of Allah Ta'ala's Pleasure. Miswak: First toothbrush in history What is Miswak, exactly? The miswak is a teeth cleaning twig made from a twig of the Salvadora persica tree. It has a long, well-documented history and is reputed for its medicinal benefits. Research has shown that it is at least as effective as brushing with toothpase. In addition to strengthening the gums , preventing tooth decay and eliminating toothaches , the miswak is also said to halt further increase in decay that has already set in. Furthermore, it is said to create a fragrance in the mouth, eliminate bad breath , improve the sense of taste and cause the teeth to glow and shine. In addition, benefits not related to the teeth and gums include sharpening memory, curing headaches, creating a glow on the face of the one who continually uses it, strengthening the eyesight, assisting in digestion and clearing the voice. The Natural Nutrients found in miswak is fluorine (2x what is found in toothpastes), silicon, Vitamin C, salvadorine and trimethylamine. The Minerals in this root or twig include potassium, sodium, chloride, sodium bicarbonate and calcium oxides. These ingredients all strengthen the tooth enamel. The bark contains an antibiotic which surpresses the growth of bacteria and the formation of plaque. Research shows that regular use of miswak significantly reduces plaque, gingivitis and growth of cariogenic bacteria. It is naturally strengthens and protects the enamel with resins and mild abrasives for whiter teeth and fresher breath. It reduces stains from tobacco products, coffee and teas. The form of the twig makes it easier to get to the hard to reach places for a standard toothbrush. It massages the gums for healthier teeth A few important benefits of Miswak: 1. Miswaak strengthens the gums and prevents tooth decay. 2. Miswaak assists in eliminating toothaches and prevents further increase of decay which has already set in. 3. Miswaak creates a fragrance in the mouth. 4. Miswaak is a cure for illness. 5. Miswaak eliminates bad odors and improves the sense of taste. 6. Miswaak sharpens the memory. 7. Miswaak is a cure for headaches. 8. Miswaak creates lustre (noor) on the face of the one who continually uses it. 9. Miswaak causes the teeth to glow. 10. Miswaak strengthens the eyesight. 11. Miswaak assists in digestion. 12. Miswaak clears the voice. 13. The greatest benefit of using miswaak is gaining the pleasure of Allah. 14. The reward of Salaah (Prayers) is multiplied 70 times if Miswaak was used before it. 15. Kills bacteria that causes gum disease 16.Fights plaque effectively. 17. Useful and effectives for teeth whitening 18. Helps reduce tooth decay 19.Removes Bad breath and odor from mouth. 20. Creates a fragrance in the mouth. 21. Effectively cleans between teeth due to its parallel bristles. 22. Increases salivation and hence inhibits dry mouth (Xerostomia Times when usage of Miswaak is Sunnah: 1. For the recitation of the Qur'an. 2. For the recitation of Hadith. 3. When the mouth emits and odor. 4. For the learning or teaching of virtues of Islaam. 5. For making Dhikrullah (Remebrance of Allah, meditation). 6. After entering ones home. 7. Before entering any good gathering. 8. When experiencing pangs of hunger and thirst. 9. After the signs of death are evident. 10. At the time of Sehri. 11. Before meals. 12. Before undertaking a journey. 13. On returning from a journey. 14. Before sleeping. 15. Upon awakening. Natural toothbrush (or miswak) vs plastic toothbrush: The Miswak is a natural toothbrush. Studies conducted on the Miswak prove that it is better than toothbrush or toothpaste for preventing gum disease. This article offers useful information regarding use of natural tooth brush verses regualar plastic toothbrush (and toothpaste). Miswak is being known as chewing stick in the western world and is being looked upon as a form of alternative medicine. It is composed of a compact group of minute natural fibers that perform exactly the same function as a normal toothbrush except that it is made of natural rather than plastic fibers. Miswak is composed of a compact group of minute natural fibers that perform exactly the same function as a normal toothbrush except that it is made of natural rather than plastic fibers. For this reason it may be gentler on the gums. A clinical trial study on Ethiopian school children, comparing miswak with the conventional toothbrush, found Miswak to be as effective as the toothbrush in removing oral deposits. By contrast with the conventional plastic toothbrush, the miswak can be used anytime, anywhere. Miswak-chemical composition and unique properties Miswak is basically a pencil-sized stick 10 to 15 cm long with a diameter of 1 to 1.5 cm from Arak (Salvadora persica) or the Toothbrush tree. But, in areas where it is not available, sticks from other local shrubs/trees like orange (Citrus sinensis), lime (Citrus aurantifolia), and neem (Azadirachta indica) can also be used as teeth-cleaning aid. The use of miswak for oral hygiene serves dual function, i.e., mechanical plaque control by friction between plant fibers and tooth surface and chemical plaque control due to its chemical composition. Each of these components has some specific role in oral health and its unique pharmacological and therapeutic properties can also be explained on the basis of its composition.[6] Silica acts as abrasive material that removes stains and deposits from the tooth surface. Sodium bicarbonate has mild abrasive and germicidal effect. Tannic acid has astringent effect on mucus membrane and found to be good anti-plaque and anti-gingivitis. Resins serve a physical function and form a layer over the enamel which protects it from microbial action. Alkaloids show bactericidal effect and stimulate the gingiva. Essential oils have anti-septic effect and stimulate the flow of saliva. Vitamin C helps in healing and repair. Calcium and fluoride ions promote remineralisation of tooth structure and have mild anti bacterial action. The World Health Organization recommends the use of the miswak in international consensus reports on oral hygiene published in 1986 and in 2000. Scientific Studies on Miswak The Wrigley Company conducted a study on the Miswak which was published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry in 2007 . Wrigley’s research concluded that mints laced with Miswak extract were 20 times more effective in killing bacteria than ordinary mints. A small testimony to this fact is that, after half an hour, the mints laced with Miswak extract killed about 60% of the bacteria where as the ordinary mints managed only 3.6%. In the August 2008 issue of the Journal of Periodontology, there appeared a study conducted by Swedish researchers on the Miswak, as well. The study apparently found that suspended Miswak pieces in a petridish, the medium for culturing bacteria, were able to kill bacteria that cause periodontal disease with out being in physical contact with the bacteria. The researchers, however, suggested that the Miswak pieces may have been sprayed with antibiotic gases, in their attempt to explain the phenomenon. Yet another study, one comparing the use of the toothbrush and the use of the Miswak (2003) can be reviewed currently online at the website for the U.S. National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health (PubMed). The study concluded that Miswak was more effective than toothbrushing in reducing plaque and gingivitis provided it was used correctly. Similar studies found on the same website and elsewhere vouch for the effectiveness of Miswak over toothbrush. “The miswak appeared to be more effective than toothbrushing for removing plaque from the embrasures, thus enhancing interproximal health,” stated the researchers. There have been plenty of published studies on the Miswak and, in fact, entire books published which study its oral and systemic benefits. With its strong antibacterial properties and perpendicular bristles, the Miswak is a natural toothbrush, toothpaste and floss combined. How To Use Miswak ? 1-To use your miswak stick: Remove the stick from the package and trim or chew the bark off one end of the stick; about a 1/2 inch. Chew on the exposed end until the twig forms bristles. Brush as usual. No toothpaste required. The miswak will freshen the mouth. Every few days (when bristles look like an old broom) cut off the exposed bristles, peel bark and start anew 2-How to use miswak is the first question which comes in to the mind of those who are not familiar with it. Using miswak is no rocket science and anyone can use it easily. Before starting to do miswak one thing should be kept in mind that the size of the miswak twig should not be greater than 6 to 8 inch. When you get a miswak and you are ready to use it first of all wash it nicely with your drinking water. Next, start chewing it from one end, keep chewing it till its fiber becomes separated. Once the fibers are separated, one can start using it like a toothbrush. Take it into your mouth move up, down, left and right, just like a toothbrush is used. After finishing, wash your mouth with normal water. Enjoy! and keep smiling :) ◆Shipping handling◆ This item is being shipped from ALGERIA , please allow 3 - 7 Working days for this item to arrive to you ☆The item will be sent by ALGERIA POST via Economy Int'l Shipping which may take about 35-55 business days (without tracking number) to arrive. ◆Return◆ ☆We offer 100% satisfaction guarantee on items. . If you are not? 100% satisfied with your purchase, Please return the unworn item within 14 days and we will gladly exchange, or you can get wholly refund. ◆Contact us◆ ☆If you have any questions ,please contact us! About Feedback Dont have any negative and neutral evaluation when you leave. if you are not satisfied with this transaction for any reason. Please response to your reasons. We will do our best to resolve the problem. Thank you for your shopping! 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