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Miswak Stick Side Effects | Natural Herbal Miswak Manual Sticks | Pack of 3

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Miswak Stick Side Effects Miswak Stick Side Effects Miswak Stick Side EffectsMiswak Stick Side Effects | Natural Herbal Miswak Manual Sticks | Pack of 3

The miswak, also known as miswaak, siwak, or sewak in Arabic, is a twig used to clean one’s teeth that is derived from the Salvadora persica tree,

also known as the ark in Arabic. It’s thought to have been in use for more than 7,000 years. These characteristics of the miswak have been listed: “They work well as a natural toothbrush for cleaning teeth in addition to their antibacterial activity, which may help limit the growth and activity of dental plaque. These sticks have various medical benefits, are efficient, affordable, widespread, and readily available.” It also plays a significant role in Islamic hygiene law.

In locations where there are Muslims, the miswak predominates.

It is widely used in the Caucasus, the Horn of Africa, North Africa, some areas of the Sahel, the Arabian Peninsula, the Indian subcontinent, and the Arabian Peninsula. citation required Miswak is known as Kayu Sugi Malay meaning “chewing stick” in Malaysia.

In 1986, the World Health Organization (WHO) advised using the miswak,

but a 2000 international consensus study on oral hygiene came to the conclusion that more research was required to fully understand the miswak’s effects. Some of this further research was conducted on 203 people and found that miswak users in this Sudanese population had superior periodontal health than toothbrush users. Another comparison study that involved 480 Saudi Arabian individuals as a sample discovered that “the amount of demand for periodontal care in the chosen sample is minimal when compared with the findings of similar studies completed in other countries. A lesser requirement for therapy was linked to regular use of the “Miswak.”

Chemical structure

The antibacterial properties of Miswak seem to be due to Salvadorian and benzyl isothiocyanate. Salicylic acid, calcium, insoluble fluoride in high concentrations, and other antioxidants with unknown functions are also present in the plant.

What are the miswak’s 70 advantages?
The following are a few advantages of employing miswak:
combats plaque

battles gum disease
Stop any tooth decay from spreading if it already exists.
includes minerals including potassium, sodium bicarbonate, and chloride.
strengthen your teeth’s enamel.
gives you a healthy mouth as a result.

 

Weight0.025 g
Dimensions12 × 14 × 4 cm