Miswak – a natural toothbrush, 3 pcs

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Miswak, also called Siwak or natural toothbrush, refers to a branch, bud, or piece of the root of the Salvadora persica L. tree that is used to clean the teeth naturally.

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Miswak is a traditional form of a toothbrush. Before toothbrushes could be bought in Central Europe, branches of various trees were used to care for the teeth. Oak and willow were among the common choices.

History of Miswak Usage

The “Toothbrush Tree” or Miswak grows in the deserts of Arabia, East Africa, and the Middle East and combines the properties of a toothbrush and toothpaste. It also contains substances that protect and clean the teeth. You don’t need water to clean your teeth with Miswak, so it’s also an excellent choice for traveling or trips.

Miswak has been used to clean teeth since ancient times. The use of fibrous chewing twigs was mentioned in the ancient Indian code of Manu (ca. 600 BC) and recommended in the famous ancient Indian compendium of medical knowledge Sushruta (ca. 400 BC).

Miswak plays an important role in the Arab and African worlds and is mainly grown in Pakistan.

What are the Benefits of a Miswak Natural Toothbrush?

  • Cleans teeth gently and effectively
  • Cleans each tooth separately
  • Great for hard-to-reach areas
  • Works without water and toothpaste
  • The perfect toothbrush when you don’t have water or toothpaste on hand
  • Also suitable for children
  • Completely biodegradable
  • Completely replaces conventional toothbrushes
  • One Miswak can last for several weeks when used correctly

Ingredients of a Natural Toothbrush

The Miswak natural toothbrush contains natural active ingredients that are beneficial for the health of the teeth and oral mucosa:

  • Fluoride (hardens enamel)
  • Silicate (gentle cleaning particles)
  • Vitamin C (preservative)
  • Tannins (astringent)
  • Saponins (cleansing agent)
  • Flavonoids (antibacterial)
  • Potassium (demineralization)
  • Calcium (remineralization

How to Use

How To Use Miswak?


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Remove the bark from one end of the miswak. You can do this with a regular kitchen knife, scissors or teeth, as the wood is very soft. If you want even softer fibers, soak it in water for a few hours. All wood components are suitable for consumption.


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Then squeeze the first three millimeters of the root wood together with the incisors and wrap the wood around its own axis until the wood is gently crushed.


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You can check with your finger whether the wood is soft enough. The rule is that it should feel like a nice soft brush, the fibers of which are no longer than two to three millimeters.


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Now you can gently caress your teeth with the natural brush and enjoy the pleasant feeling of cleaning. Even while watching your favorite series. When the cleaning result is no longer good enough, you simply cut off a few millimeters of the worn part, peel off the bark a little and repeat the process for use. After cleaning, allow the miswak to air out and dry. When you want to use the miswak again after it has dried, briefly wet the front part with water or saliva in your mouth.


Content: 1x Swak/Miswak (Salvadora persica L.)
Pieces per Container: 1

Storage: Store the product in a dry and cool place and do not expose it to direct light and heat.

During the dental cleaning process, the wood gives off its aromatic sap which has an astringent and antibacterial effect on the oral mucosa and a mineralizing effect on tooth enamel.

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Miswak – a natural toothbrush, 3 pcs

1 in stock

Quantity Discount Price per piece Saving per piece
3 or more -73% 2,61 € -6,99 €
5 or more -74% 2,47 € -7,13 €
8 or more -76% 2,32 € -7,28 €