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“Eat olive oil and use it on your hair and skin, for it comes from a blessed tree.” 

(al-Tirmidhi, 1775)

Charcoal Miswak Toothpowder
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Miswak is a twig that helps in cleaning teeth and has been used for this purpose for over 7000 years now! Combining the functions of a toothbrush and toothpaste, Miswak’s antibacterial properties have saved many a people from cases of dreadful tooth decay and worse across the centuries. Reportedly, Miswak stick has been in use right since the time of the ancient Babylonians and Egyptians.Although chew sticks can be made from many commonly occurring plants, such as olive trees, Miswak is most generally associated with the Salvadora persica tree, commonly known as ‘arak’ in Arabic.

With the goodness of a host of naturally occurring active ingredients and zero chemical formulations, Miswak is safe to use and can be used by both adults and children alike. This is in direct contrast to the commercially available toothbrushes and toothpastes that need to be used with extreme caution, especially with younger children.

Benefits Of Miswak
1. Fights Tooth Decay And Cavities
2. Protects Against Tartar And Plaque
3. Removes Malodor
4. Fights Harmful Bacteria And Germs
5. Protects And Strengthens The Gums
6. Anticarcinogenic And Analgesic
7. Refreshing aftertaste

Activated charcoal is a fine-grained black powder made from a variety of natural substances, such as coconut shells, olive pits, slowly burned wood, and peat.

The powder becomes activated when oxidized under extreme heat. Activated charcoal is very porous and highly adsorbent. It also has a wide surface area.

Activated charcoal’s absorbent nature allows it to bind to toxins and odors, rather than soaking (absorbing) them up. It is not absorbed by the body, but passes through the GI system, so chemicals and toxins bind to it, which then pass through the body and are expelled by the digestive system.

Activated charcoal shouldn’t be confused with the charcoal you use for barbecuing.

Although similar, barbecue charcoal is manufactured to be a fuel and emits carbon dioxide when heated. It may have a carcinogenic effect on health. Activated charcoal, on the other hand, doesn’t contain these types of toxins.

You can find activated charcoal in facial masks and shampoos. Because of its ability to bind to toxins, some people believe activated charcoal can whiten teeth, too.Further research showed that activated charcoal can actually be helpful in changing the pH and health of the mouth, and as such is effective in preventing cavities and killing the bad bacteria present in tooth decay and gingivitis.



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