? Siwak / Miswak – Fresh root piece of toothbrush tree (Salvadora persica) ?
Brush your teeth naturally and healthily according to the Sunnah
The 15-20 cm long fresh branch of the toothbrush tree (Salvadora persica) is a natural toothbrush and toothpaste at the same time, as it naturally contains tooth-protecting and cleaning substances. Mentioned in numerous hadiths (narrations) of the Prophet Muhammad, the siwak is a desirable Sunnah that is also very healthy.
These naturally healthy substances include an ideal fluoride content of 8 to 22 ppm, gypsum crystals as a cleaning tool, tannins, saponins, vitamin C, flavonoids and chlorides.
Benefits of the Siwak:
✔️ Invigoration of the Sunnah
✔️ For clean and healthy teeth
✔️ Ideal natural fluoride content for skeleton and teeth
✔️ Preservation of connective tissue, cartilage, bones, hair, nails and teeth
✔️ Can have a calming effect on mucous membranes
✔️ Can accelerate the healing process of injuries and inflammation
✔️ Can strengthen the immune system
✔️ Can prevent some types of cancer
✔️ Can regulate blood pressure
✔️ Hated by some Jinn
How to use
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– The pieces of wood that break off are usually spat out
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Scope of delivery
1 fresh siwak, about 15 cm long, packed in a vacuum sealed plastic bag
Benefits from Islamic sources
Abu Huraira narrated that the Messenger of Allaah sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam said: “Had it not been harshness of mine to my Ummah – or to the people – I would have made it obligatory for them to use the siwak before every prayer.”
Narrated Anas radiAllahu anhu that the Messenger of Allaah sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam said: “I have told you abundantly about the siwak.”
Hudaifa radiAllahu anhu reported: “The Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam – when he got up in the night (to pray) – used to clean his mouth (with the siwak).”
Huthaifa radiAllahu anhu reported: “The Prophet SallAllahu alaihi wa Sallam – when he wanted to perform a voluntary prayer at night (= tahajjud) – used to clean his mouth with the siwak.”
Narrated Abu Musa radiAllahu anhu: “I entered upon the Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam when the end of the siwak was on his tongue.”