3 edition of Miswak found in the catalog.
|Statement||Uthman Hutchinson ; illustrated by Abdulmuttalib Fahema.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.H96445 Mis 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. :|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||95080047|
CONCLUSION: It is concluded that the miswak is more effective than toothbrushing for reducing plaque and gingivitis, when preceded by professional instruction in its correct application. The miswak appeared to be more effective than toothbrushing for removing plaque from the embrasures, thus enhancing interproximal health. The miswak (miswaak, siwak, sewak, السواك) is a teeth cleaning twig made from a twig of the Salvadora persica tree (known as arak in Arabic). This great sunnah is being away from the muslims. This great sunnah is being away from the muslims.
According to a hadith, the use of Miswak will gain a person the reward equivalent to the number of new Muslims that revert until the day of judgement. To use the Miswak after eating, one will gain the reward of freeing two slaves. Other times when the usage of Miswak is . Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Siwak - Miswak: The Miracle Brush by Fisabilillah Authenticate Ulama's Organization (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
Bad breath: Regular use of the miswak removes bad breath and odor from mouth. Nutrition facts: Miswak contains nutrients like fluorine, silicon, vitamin C, salvadorine and trimethylamine. Strengthens teeth enamel: The twig contains potassium, sodium, chloride, sodium bicarbonate and calcium oxide. These minerals help to strengthen the tooth enamel.4/5(1). The miswak or siwak is a natural tool for brushing the teeth. It is taken from the roots of the Arak tree especially in the Arabian Peninsula and some parts of Asia the tree is known as Peelu. Miswak is a natural antiseptic, multi-purpose stick cleans and whitens the teeth and sweetens the breath, and is widely used throughout the Islamic world.
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The miswak is a teeth cleaning twig made from the Salvadora persica tree (known as arak in Arabic). A traditional alternative to the modern toothbrush, it has a long, well-documented history and is reputed for its medicinal benefits.
It also features prominently in Islamic hygienical jurisprudence. The miswak is predominant in Muslim-inhabited. 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.
Miswak is a traditional chewing stick prepared from the roots, twigs, and stem of Salvadora persica and has been used as a natural method for tooth cleaning in many parts of the world for thousands of years. A number of scientific studies have demonstrated that the miswak (Salvadora persica) possesses antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-viral, anti-cariogenic, and anti-plaque by: Slightly nibble on the miswak until it forms bristles.
Step 3 If the miswak is dry and lacking moisture, leave it in rosewater or fresh water for around 8 hours. Step 4 Use the miswak in an up and down motion on your teeth. Step 5 Trim the miswak every 3 to 5 days and follow from step 1 (excluding step 3). Is the miswak better than a toothbrush.
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Miswak-chemical composition and unique properties. Miswak is basically a pencil-sized stick 15 to 20 cm long with a diameter of 1 to 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 miswak, which has a great effect on dental health, is the best teeth-cleaning tool with its easy-to-use quality. Using a miswak is highly beneficial for the prevention of tooth decay. The medical book entitled Larousse Illustré Medical says: "All kinds of toothpaste and powder are harmful to the teeth.
Miswak is the Arabic term for the twig of the Salvadora persica, a small tree (known as arak in Arabic) that grows in sandy areas and on rocky slopes, found predominantly in the Arabian Peninsula.
A miswak is a natural toothbrush picked from the tree ‘Salvadora persica’, which is also known as the ‘Peelu’ tree or ‘Arak’ in Arabic.
How it can give you beautiful teeth The miswak has a very unique chemical composition (which are all totally natural) that aren’t found in many places. Believe it or not.
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Steps to using a miswak toothbrush. Step 1 Use a knife to trim around a 1/2 inch. You’ll get a feel of how deep to cut into the miswak once you’ve dug into it with a knife.
Step 2 The bristles of the miswak won’t spread out immediately until it’s being used. Very lightly, chew on the miswak a few times. Step 3. Assalama alaykum dear Readers, Today’s topic is the Miswak, Miswaak, also known as Swak or Sewak, & better known in the West as the ‘Chewing Stick’.
What is it. The Miswak is a % organic, a natural & traditional toothbrush that is obtained from the twigs of the Arak Tree (also called Peelu Tree).Although a few other trees can be used as well, such as walnut and olive trees. The Miswak Company by Melissa Jean, Jonathan Drewnowsky, (No reviews yet) Write a Review.
Although it might sound outdated to use twigs from trees to clean one’s mouth and teeth, studies conducted on the Miswak prove otherwise, inferring that the Miswak is better than.Made of the roots of “the toothbrush tree”, Miswak is an all natural toothbrush!!
Just scrape a small amount of bark from the tip, soak in a glass of water for about an hour to soften and then chew the tip. The miswak transforms into natures toothbrush! Available in your choice of: Vanilla, Strawberry, Cherry, Grape and Peppermint flavors.