MISWAK 15cm wood brush with storage case
Miswak (peelu Salvadora Persica), also known as Meswak, Sewak, Arak, Siwak or Peelu, is the root of the arak tree known for thousands of years in Arab countries.
It is a stick used for cleaning and natural whitening of teeth, as well as in the prevention of all diseases of the oral cavity. Miswak is complete hygiene, it is both a natural brush and a paste in one.
The most important ingredients of the Miswak stick:
- silica has a whitening effect,
- tannin has a soothing effect on painful gums,
- alkaloids kill bacteria, the resins contained in the sprig create a coating on the teeth that protects the teeth against plaque and bacterial growth.
- vitamin C , which accelerates the regeneration of the body,
- ions of fluorine and calcium with mineralizing and bactericidal properties.
- precisely removes bacteria,
- refreshes the oral cavity, eliminates unpleasant smell from the mouth,
- prevents tooth decay, plaque formation and gingivitis,
- strengthens the gums and tooth roots,
- heals paradentosis and damaged enamel,
- protects against enamel-destroying plaque,
- whitens teeth,
- prevents ulceration,
- provides shine to teeth when used regularly.
Chewing the stick helps to clean the teeth of food debris (its fibers reach the interdental spaces much better than the synthetic fibers of traditional toothbrushes) and improves the blood supply to the gums. In addition, it stimulates the secretion of saliva, which acts as a natural mouthwash, washing away bacteria and creating an environment that is not conducive to their reproduction. The discoloration of nicotine, tea and coffee reduces the craving for nicotine.
In addition, the miswak extract improves eyesight, strengthens memory, supports digestion and clears the voice.
Miswak contains a large amount of fluorine and silicon, vitamin C, potassium, sodium, sodium bicarbonate, calcium oxide and sulfur, as well as essential oils.
Instructions for use:
1. After opening and taking out of the package, rinse under running water.
2. Peel the bark at one end at a height of 0.5-1 cm – using a knife or teeth.
3. Crush with your teeth.
4. Soak in hot water to soften the fibers, or chew for a long time.
5. Make a bristle (split fiber – crush, crush, separate so that the tip forms a brush – something like a rough “brush”).
6. Brush your teeth and gums.
7. After use, rinse, dry and place in the packaging.
8. When the fibers are used up and the taste is gone, cut off the used end and repeat these steps.
It is best to store miswaki in a special packaging, you must rinse them with water each time they are used so that they are moist. They dry up to 5 days if left unpackaged and not used.
Miswak up to 14 days retains its properties when properly stored, then it starts to dry out.
With daily and systematic use, it is enough for about 2 weeks.