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Box of 36 Freshly Harvested Al-Khair Miswaks in Pen Shaped Miswak Holders
Box of 36 Freshly Harvested Al-Khair Miswaks in Pen Shaped Miswak Holders
Box of 36 Freshly Harvested Al-Khair Miswaks in Pen Shaped Miswak Holders
Box of 36 Freshly Harvested Al-Khair Miswaks in Pen Shaped Miswak Holders
Box of 36 Freshly Harvested Al-Khair Miswaks in Pen Shaped Miswak Holders

Box of 36 Freshly Harvested Al-Khair Miswaks in Pen Shaped Miswak Holders

Product ID : 36273027


Galleon Product ID 36273027
UPC / ISBN 894545000034
Shipping Weight 2.3 lbs
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Manufacturer Peelu
Shipping Dimension 8.6 x 6.9 x 5 inches
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Brand Peelu
Package Quantity 36
Size 6 Inches
UPC 894545000034
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Box of 36 Freshly Harvested Al-Khair Miswaks in Pen Shaped Miswak Holders Features

  • 36 Natural miswaks in practical, plastic pen shaped holders

  • Specially processed for Al-Rashad Books to guarantee thicker (9mm to 11mm) Miswaks

  • Freshly harvested premium miswaks vacum packed to maintain freshness!

  • It is an organic product. Natural way of brushing teeth. Requires no toothpaste. Kills bad odour. Requires no toothpaste.

  • Miswak holder is designed to: Maintain optimal level of moisture, Keep miswaks fresh for longer periods, prevent miswaks from mould, portability (carry like a pen in your pocket)


About Box Of 36 Freshly Harvested Al-Khair Miswaks In Pen Shaped Miswak Holders

The miswak (miswaak, siwak, sewak) is a teeth cleaning twig made from a twig of the Salvadora persica tree (known as arak in Arabic). It has a long, well-documented history and is reputed for its medicinal benefits. It also features prominently in Islamic hygienical jurisprudence. A 2003 scientific study comparing the use of miswak with ordinary toothbrushes concluded that the results clearly were in favor of the users who had been using the miswak, provided they had been given proper instruction in how to brush using it. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommended the use of the miswak in 1986 and in 2000 an international consensus report on oral hygiene concluded that further research was needed to document the effect of the miswak. Dr. Rami Mohammed Diabi,who spent more than 17 years researching the effects of miswak on health, and especially its anti-addiction effects on smokers (curative and preventive sides), has opened a field of science and research with his last publication: "Miswak Medicine Theory" or Sewak Puncture medicine which led him to what is called Beyond Sewak: World of Science and Research. The use of the miswak is frequently advocated in the hadith (the traditions relating to the life of Muhammad). Situations where the miswak is recommended to be used include, before religious practice, before entering one's house, before and after going on a journey, on Fridays, before sleeping and after waking up, when experiencing hunger or thirst and before entering any good gathering. 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.