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Bone Support Mini-Minerals 16oz / 440ml

  • Bone Support Mini-Minerals 16oz / 440ml

Bone Support is an ionic (mono-atomic) Calcium & Magnesium solution. It is surely one of the best solutions in the world for cramps, calcium
or magnesium supplementation and bone loss of any type.
It is excellent for tooth remineralisation and TMJ.

Our Bone Support is comprised of:

Magnesium 664 ppm

Calcium 146ppm

with the following trace co-factors: Zinc, Potassium, Boron, Manganese and Cobalt.

Virtually all other mineral supplements on the market are in an inorganic form and absorption is minimal. The mono-atomic minerals in Bone Support are water soluble and approx 1 million times smaller than Colloidal, so the body recognises them and uses them instantly to cure Calcium and Magnesium deficiency. No digestion is therefore required.

Recommended sister product: http://kylevialli.com/shop/products-page/trace-minerals/minerals-of-life-ionic-wide-spectrum-trace-mineral-supplement-440ml/

Additional DescriptionMore Details

Have you noticed that more people than ever take calcium supplements while more and more people including those taking the calcium or magnesium develop osteoporosis? When you go into a health food or supplement store have you noticed the wide variety of mineral supplements? Sometimes as many as ten different types of calcium may be available, all of them comprised of very poorly absorbed man-made compounds ending with “ate”, ‘citrate’, ‘picolinate’, ‘gluconate’, etc. The body has to work hard to break these large compounds apart (macromolecules that are often many times larger than a single cell) just to extract a tiny amount of calcium or magnesium. In fact, standardly the absorption rate of all these synthetic supplements is around 5%. No wonder osteoporosis and dental problems continue unabated.

After years of study and testing by using all types of calcium and ascertaining what minerals actually operate in the body and how much we really use each day, it was obvious that no one had the perfect minerals so we decided to produce our own highly absorbable, appropriately-sized, co-mineral bone formula.

Mini-minerals are not man-made however. We have learned how to grow the minerals in a crystalline form and then we just harvest them. We create the environment, the ideal natural conditions make them grow, and then we just harvest them.

These minerals require no digestion or enzyme activity to be absorbed, because they are angstrom-sized, that is to say they engage directly at the level of our ionic chemistry, they literally sink into our system, beginning sublingually, and almost all digestion is bypassed because it is simply not required. There is nothing to further break down.

CALCIUM/MAGNESIUM INFORMATION

Organic calcium is used more than any other mineral in the body. By atomic weight it is the most important mineral and ion in the human body. Carey Reams, a successor of Einstein went so far as to say that any food low in calcium is actually toxic to the human body. There are 179 different known uses for calcium in the human body:

1) Formation and maintenance of strong bones and teeth

2) Prevents bone loss associated with osteoporosis

3) Control muscle contraction and with magnesium muscle relaxation

4) Required for muscle growth

5) Important in the maintenance of regular heart beat

6) Transmission of nerve impulses

7) Transfer of information between brain cells

8) Controls osmosis and diffusion through the cell membranes

9) Passing of information within the cell.

Calcium controls the formation of enzymes and hormones. It is involved in the activation of several enzymes including lipase.

CALCIUM IS THE MAIN BUFFER USED TO NEUTRALIZE ACIDS AND TO MAINTAIN THE PROPER Ph throughout the body.

Nearly 99% of the body’s calcium is deposited in the bones and teeth. The remaining 1% is present in body fluids, equally divided between diffusible calcium and non-diffusible calcium. The diffusible calcium is bound to blood proteins, chiefly to albumin, although a small amount is bound by the globulins in the blood.

Hypocalcemia, chronic calcium deficiency, is responsible for approximately 150 different degenerative diseases and conditions, and other problems that can be harmful or dangerous to the body.

All degenerative diseases, such as diabetes, cancer, heart disease, gallstones, kidney stones, arthritis, osteoporosis, and many more have been scientifically linked to deficiencies in calcium.

Calcium protects the bones and teeth from lead by inhibiting absorption of the toxic metal.

The following is a partial list of calcium deficiencies. Some of them may be familiar:

Arthritis Heart Palpitation Muscle cramps

Hypertension Eczema Loss of mental functions

Increased cholesterol levels Indigestion

Insomnia Rickets Headaches

Kidney stones Gall Stones Bone spurs

Fibromyalgia Hiatal hernia Recessed gums

Low back pain Asthma Allergies

Colitis Arrhythmia Heart disease

Cancer Acid reflux

And about 125 others.

It is interesting to note that kidney stones are included. Kidney stones are a buildup of calcium in the kidney. Kidney stones are caused by a lack of calcium in the diet. Due to poor mineral ingestion the body becomes acidic. The body then leaches calcium out of the bones to neutralize the acid and to keep the pH from dropping below the level that supports life. Calcium from the bones is not very bio-available and only a small percentage is actually used to correct the acid situation; the rest starts to accumulate in the kidney, or other places. Stones of all types are also encouraged via the consumption of inorganic calcium supplements (such as those listed above), rock dusts, calcium carbonates, and high TDS waters.

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Bone Support Mini-Minerals 16oz / 440ml (3 Pack)

Bone Support Mini-Minerals 16oz / 440ml x 3

Bone Support is an ionic (mono-atomic) Calcium & Magnesium solution. It is surely one of the best solutions in the world for cramps, calcium
or magnesium supplementation and bone loss of any type.
It is excellent for tooth remineralisation and TMJ.

Our Bone Support is comprised of:

Magnesium 664 ppm

Calcium 146ppm

with the following trace co-factors: Zinc, Potassium, Boron, Manganese and Cobalt.

Virtually all other mineral supplements on the market are in an inorganic form and absorption is minimal. The mono-atomic minerals in Bone Support are water soluble and approx 1 million times smaller than Colloidal, so the body recognises them and uses them instantly to cure Calcium and Magnesium deficiency. No digestion is therefore required.

Recommended sister product: http://kylevialli.com/shop/products-page/trace-minerals/minerals-of-life-ionic-wide-spectrum-trace-mineral-supplement-440ml/

Additional DescriptionMore Details

Have you noticed that more people than ever take calcium supplements while more and more people including those taking the calcium or magnesium develop osteoporosis? When you go into a health food or supplement store have you noticed the wide variety of mineral supplements? Sometimes as many as ten different types of calcium may be available, all of them comprised of very poorly absorbed man-made compounds ending with “ate”, ‘citrate’, ‘picolinate’, ‘gluconate’, etc. The body has to work hard to break these large compounds apart (macromolecules that are often many times larger than a single cell) just to extract a tiny amount of calcium or magnesium. In fact, standardly the absorption rate of all these synthetic supplements is around 5%. No wonder osteoporosis and dental problems continue unabated.

After years of study and testing by using all types of calcium and ascertaining what minerals actually operate in the body and how much we really use each day, it was obvious that no one had the perfect minerals so we decided to produce our own highly absorbable, appropriately-sized, co-mineral bone formula.

Mini-minerals are not man-made however. We have learned how to grow the minerals in a crystalline form and then we just harvest them. We create the environment, the ideal natural conditions make them grow, and then we just harvest them.

These minerals require no digestion or enzyme activity to be absorbed, because they are angstrom-sized, that is to say they engage directly at the level of our ionic chemistry, they literally sink into our system, beginning sublingually, and almost all digestion is bypassed because it is simply not required. There is nothing to further break down.

CALCIUM/MAGNESIUM INFORMATION

Organic calcium is used more than any other mineral in the body. By atomic weight it is the most important mineral and ion in the human body. Carey Reams, a successor of Einstein went so far as to say that any food low in calcium is actually toxic to the human body. There are 179 different known uses for calcium in the human body:

1) Formation and maintenance of strong bones and teeth

2) Prevents bone loss associated with osteoporosis

3) Control muscle contraction and with magnesium muscle relaxation

4) Required for muscle growth

5) Important in the maintenance of regular heart beat

6) Transmission of nerve impulses

7) Transfer of information between brain cells

8) Controls osmosis and diffusion through the cell membranes

9) Passing of information within the cell.

Calcium controls the formation of enzymes and hormones. It is involved in the activation of several enzymes including lipase.

CALCIUM IS THE MAIN BUFFER USED TO NEUTRALIZE ACIDS AND TO MAINTAIN THE PROPER Ph throughout the body.

Nearly 99% of the body’s calcium is deposited in the bones and teeth. The remaining 1% is present in body fluids, equally divided between diffusible calcium and non-diffusible calcium. The diffusible calcium is bound to blood proteins, chiefly to albumin, although a small amount is bound by the globulins in the blood.

Hypocalcemia, chronic calcium deficiency, is responsible for approximately 150 different degenerative diseases and conditions, and other problems that can be harmful or dangerous to the body.

All degenerative diseases, such as diabetes, cancer, heart disease, gallstones, kidney stones, arthritis, osteoporosis, and many more have been scientifically linked to deficiencies in calcium.

Calcium protects the bones and teeth from lead by inhibiting absorption of the toxic metal.

The following is a partial list of calcium deficiencies. Some of them may be familiar:

Arthritis Heart Palpitation Muscle cramps

Hypertension Eczema Loss of mental functions

Increased cholesterol levels Indigestion

Insomnia Rickets Headaches

Kidney stones Gall Stones Bone spurs

Fibromyalgia Hiatal hernia Recessed gums

Low back pain Asthma Allergies

Colitis Arrhythmia Heart disease

Cancer Acid reflux

And about 125 others.

It is interesting to note that kidney stones are included. Kidney stones are a buildup of calcium in the kidney. Kidney stones are caused by a lack of calcium in the diet. Due to poor mineral ingestion the body becomes acidic. The body then leaches calcium out of the bones to neutralize the acid and to keep the pH from dropping below the level that supports life. Calcium from the bones is not very bio-available and only a small percentage is actually used to correct the acid situation; the rest starts to accumulate in the kidney, or other places. Stones of all types are also encouraged via the consumption of inorganic calcium supplements (such as those listed above), rock dusts, calcium carbonates, and high TDS waters.

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Healthy Dairy Kefir Culture in Glass Jar (Wide-Spectrum Probiotic)

1 tablespoon of high quality dairy kefir culture. Our dairy kefir has only ever been cultivated in raw goats milk. It is shipped in a glass jar with a little raw goats milk, so the culture arrives in perfect condition to begin fermenting your own probiotic rich kefir.

Comes with A4 instruction sheet.

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Herbal Ayurvedic Tooth Powder by Vicco (200g)

A highly effective natural ayurvedic tooth powder. The pure extracts of 20 revered  Ayurvedic herbs and barks, tested over generations, have been blended into a potent combination that not only cleans teeth and removes old stains, but also protects, strengthens and invigorates your gums. For best results, mix a small amount into water or some herbal tea liquid and massage into the gums, let sit for a few minutes and then brush your teeth as you would with toothpaste or tooth-soap. Rinse with plain water, mild salt water or Bone Support ionic mineral supplement.

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Vicco tooth powder helps prevent tooth decay and cures pyorrhoea, swollen gums, bleeding gums and inflammation of gums.

Ingredients:  Wild Acacia Bark, Jambul Bark, Cloves, Bengal Madder, Cinnamon, Jujube Fruit Bark, Vajradanti, Walnut Bark, Catechu Bark, Sappan Wood, Pellitory, Indian Medlar Bark, Indian Liquorice Root, Cubeb, Indian Sarsaparilla, Bishop’s Weed Flower, Aleppo Oak Gall, Triphala (Yellow Myrobalan, Amla, Beleric), Alum, Salt and Excipients

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Miswak Toothbrush Sticks

Introducing Nature’s completely biodegradable, disposable instant toothbrush that thoroughly cleans, protects and even whitens your teeth. Optimize your oral and tooth health with the toothbrush that grows on trees and has been widely revered for thousands of years for this very purpose in the Middle East. The root of the miswak tree (Salvadora persica) not only replaces conventional toothbrushes, it also replaces toothpaste and mouthwash and it releases its own soft antibacterial sap as you use it. Furthermore, unlike standard toothbrushes miswak will not create striation marks or indentations into the enamel of your teeth so they will also feel cleaner too. The miswak stick has the following properties: Antibacterial, Astringent, Detergent, Anti-inflammatory, Significantly plaque inhibiting, Enhances salivation, Fights caries, Provides nutrients for healthy bone and tooth development.

Additional DescriptionMore Details

Miswak is an environmentally friendly, cheap and effective way of cleaning the teeth. It is one of the best studied natural products for oral hygiene and it origins go back into ancient times. Optimize your oral health with the most revered and traditional cleaning method. The toothbrush stick, or rather the root of this special tree replaces toothbrushes, toothpaste and mouthwash. Believe it or not, even the World Health Organizion promotes the use of the toothbrush stick for cleaning the teeth and gums.

Each stick is a generous 19-20cm.

How to Prepare your Toothbrush Stick for Use

Choose a working end. Either peel the bark away 1-2cm all around the end of the stick with a knife, or gently chew the bark off the stick. You are not expected to swallow the bark! You will begin to taste the slightly bitter, mouth freshening flavour. Once the bark has been removed from the first 1-2cm of the toothbrush stick, begin to gently chew the stick or to soften it with the saliva. Already the teeth will begin to feel more clean and the breath will freshen. Each stick will last around 7-10 days given regular use. After a few goes, the end of the stick begins to fray and a brush develops. The thick sticks take a bit longer to develop the brush at their working end.

Using Miswak

Wet the end of the toothbrush stick either in water or in in your mouth with saliva. This softens the fibers and dissolves beneficial juices from the stick. TraditionallyYou can also wet the fibers with water or rose water. Rose water is also very beneficial for oral hygiene and it has been used in this country since the 12th century.

To clean the teeth, rub the toothbrush horizontally along the gum line. No need to scrub. The main idea is to encourage the release and distribution of precious juices from this plant. it takes a little while to get used to the new method, but the perseverance will pay off. You can also chew the end of the stick lightly, to release more juices. Rub very gently until the toothbrush has formed. It might take a few goes to form a really handy toothbrush.

Make sure to clean the whole of the mouth cavity including the inside of the teeth, the cheeks, the palette, the tongue and under the tongue or at least to swish the mouth around with the juices created by brushing.

Brush the teeth on rising and going to bed, after meals or if the taste in the mouth changes.

After use rinse the miswak and keep it in a clean place. Let it dry, then replace it in the packet or keep it somewhere clean, ready for the next brushing.

Caring for your Toothbrush Stick

As you continue using the miswak, the brushes will lengthen and less juices will be released. So trim the bristles and chew the end of the stick when you want to release more sap in the mouth. Gradually the toothbrush stick will get shorter, serving you very well in the meantime. Time to nurture a new one!

Ingredients: Salvadora persica root

Price: £2.10

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Miswak Toothbrush Sticks x 10

Introducing Nature’s completely biodegradable, disposable instant toothbrush that thoroughly cleans, protects and even whitens your teeth. Optimize your oral and tooth health with the toothbrush that grows on trees and has been widely revered for thousands of years for this very purpose in the Middle East. The root of the miswak tree (Salvadora persica) not only replaces conventional toothbrushes, it also replaces toothpaste and mouthwash and it releases its own soft antibacterial sap as you use it. Furthermore, unlike standard toothbrushes miswak will not create striation marks or indentations into the enamel of your teeth so they will also feel cleaner too. The miswak stick has the following properties: Antibacterial, Astringent, Detergent, Anti-inflammatory, Significantly plaque inhibiting, Enhances salivation, Fights caries, Provides nutrients for healthy bone and tooth development.

Additional DescriptionMore Details

Miswak is an environmentally friendly, cheap and effective way of cleaning the teeth. It is one of the best studied natural products for oral hygiene and it origins go back into ancient times. Optimize your oral health with the most revered and traditional cleaning method. The toothbrush stick, or rather the root of this special tree replaces toothbrushes, toothpaste and mouthwash. Believe it or not, even the World Health Organizion promotes the use of the toothbrush stick for cleaning the teeth and gums.

Each stick is a generous 19-20cm.

How to Prepare your Toothbrush Stick for Use

Choose a working end. Either peel the bark away 1-2cm all around the end of the stick with a knife, or gently chew the bark off the stick. You are not expected to swallow the bark! You will begin to taste the slightly bitter, mouth freshening flavour. Once the bark has been removed from the first 1-2cm of the toothbrush stick, begin to gently chew the stick or to soften it with the saliva. Already the teeth will begin to feel more clean and the breath will freshen. Each stick will last around 7-10 days given regular use. After a few goes, the end of the stick begins to fray and a brush develops. The thick sticks take a bit longer to develop the brush at their working end.

Using Miswak

Wet the end of the toothbrush stick either in water or in in your mouth with saliva. This softens the fibers and dissolves beneficial juices from the stick. TraditionallyYou can also wet the fibers with water or rose water. Rose water is also very beneficial for oral hygiene and it has been used in this country since the 12th century.

To clean the teeth, rub the toothbrush horizontally along the gum line. No need to scrub. The main idea is to encourage the release and distribution of precious juices from this plant. it takes a little while to get used to the new method, but the perseverance will pay off. You can also chew the end of the stick lightly, to release more juices. Rub very gently until the toothbrush has formed. It might take a few goes to form a really handy toothbrush.

Make sure to clean the whole of the mouth cavity including the inside of the teeth, the cheeks, the palette, the tongue and under the tongue or at least to swish the mouth around with the juices created by brushing.

Brush the teeth on rising and going to bed, after meals or if the taste in the mouth changes.

After use rinse the miswak and keep it in a clean place. Let it dry, then replace it in the packet or keep it somewhere clean, ready for the next brushing.

Caring for your Toothbrush Stick

As you continue using the miswak, the brushes will lengthen and less juices will be released. So trim the bristles and chew the end of the stick when you want to release more sap in the mouth. Gradually the toothbrush stick will get shorter, serving you very well in the meantime. Time to nurture a new one!

Ingredients: Salvadora persica root

Price: £16.00

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Miswak Toothbrush Sticks x 10 with 1 Miswak Holder

Introducing Nature’s completely biodegradable, disposable instant toothbrush that thoroughly cleans, protects and even whitens your teeth. Optimize your oral and tooth health with the toothbrush that grows on trees and has been widely revered for thousands of years for this very purpose in the Middle East. The root of the miswak tree (Salvadora persica) not only replaces conventional toothbrushes, it also replaces toothpaste and mouthwash and it releases its own soft antibacterial sap as you use it. Furthermore, unlike standard toothbrushes miswak will not create striation marks or indentations into the enamel of your teeth so they will also feel cleaner too. The miswak stick has the following properties: Antibacterial, Astringent, Detergent, Anti-inflammatory, Significantly plaque inhibiting, Enhances salivation, Fights caries, Provides nutrients for healthy bone and tooth development.

This pack of 10 also includes 1 x official miswak holder, a protective case to keep your miswak sticks hygienic and fresher for longer, especially useful when you are traveling or taking your miswak out and about with you.

Additional DescriptionMore Details

Miswak is an environmentally friendly, cheap and effective way of cleaning the teeth. It is one of the best studied natural products for oral hygiene and it origins go back into ancient times. Optimize your oral health with the most revered and traditional cleaning method. The toothbrush stick, or rather the root of this special tree replaces toothbrushes, toothpaste and mouthwash. Believe it or not, even the World Health Organizion promotes the use of the toothbrush stick for cleaning the teeth and gums.

Each stick is a generous 19-20cm.

How to Prepare your Toothbrush Stick for Use

Choose a working end. Either peel the bark away 1-2cm all around the end of the stick with a knife, or gently chew the bark off the stick. You are not expected to swallow the bark! You will begin to taste the slightly bitter, mouth freshening flavour. Once the bark has been removed from the first 1-2cm of the toothbrush stick, begin to gently chew the stick or to soften it with the saliva. Already the teeth will begin to feel more clean and the breath will freshen. Each stick will last around 7-10 days given regular use. After a few goes, the end of the stick begins to fray and a brush develops. The thick sticks take a bit longer to develop the brush at their working end.

Using Miswak

Wet the end of the toothbrush stick either in water or in in your mouth with saliva. This softens the fibers and dissolves beneficial juices from the stick. TraditionallyYou can also wet the fibers with water or rose water. Rose water is also very beneficial for oral hygiene and it has been used in this country since the 12th century.

To clean the teeth, rub the toothbrush horizontally along the gum line. No need to scrub. The main idea is to encourage the release and distribution of precious juices from this plant. it takes a little while to get used to the new method, but the perseverance will pay off. You can also chew the end of the stick lightly, to release more juices. Rub very gently until the toothbrush has formed. It might take a few goes to form a really handy toothbrush.

Make sure to clean the whole of the mouth cavity including the inside of the teeth, the cheeks, the palette, the tongue and under the tongue or at least to swish the mouth around with the juices created by brushing.

Brush the teeth on rising and going to bed, after meals or if the taste in the mouth changes.

After use rinse the miswak and keep it in a clean place. Let it dry, then replace it in the packet or keep it somewhere clean, ready for the next brushing.

Caring for your Toothbrush Stick

As you continue using the miswak, the brushes will lengthen and less juices will be released. So trim the bristles and chew the end of the stick when you want to release more sap in the mouth. Gradually the toothbrush stick will get shorter, serving you very well in the meantime. Time to nurture a new one!

Ingredients: Salvadora persica root

Price: £17.49

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Miswak Toothbrush Sticks x 5

Introducing Nature’s completely biodegradable, disposable instant toothbrush that thoroughly cleans, protects and even whitens your teeth. Optimize your oral and tooth health with the toothbrush that grows on trees and has been widely revered for thousands of years for this very purpose in the Middle East. The root of the miswak tree (Salvadora persica) not only replaces conventional toothbrushes, it also replaces toothpaste and mouthwash and it releases its own soft antibacterial sap as you use it. Furthermore, unlike standard toothbrushes miswak will not create striation marks or indentations into the enamel of your teeth so they will also feel cleaner too. The miswak stick has the following properties: Antibacterial, Astringent, Detergent, Anti-inflammatory, Significantly plaque inhibiting, Enhances salivation, Fights caries, Provides nutrients for healthy bone and tooth development.

Additional DescriptionMore Details

Miswak is an environmentally friendly, cheap and effective way of cleaning the teeth. It is one of the best studied natural products for oral hygiene and it origins go back into ancient times. Optimize your oral health with the most revered and traditional cleaning method. The toothbrush stick, or rather the root of this special tree replaces toothbrushes, toothpaste and mouthwash. Believe it or not, even the World Health Organizion promotes the use of the toothbrush stick for cleaning the teeth and gums.

Each stick is a generous 19-20cm.

How to Prepare your Toothbrush Stick for Use

Choose a working end. Either peel the bark away 1-2cm all around the end of the stick with a knife, or gently chew the bark off the stick. You are not expected to swallow the bark! You will begin to taste the slightly bitter, mouth freshening flavour. Once the bark has been removed from the first 1-2cm of the toothbrush stick, begin to gently chew the stick or to soften it with the saliva. Already the teeth will begin to feel more clean and the breath will freshen. Each stick will last around 7-10 days given regular use. After a few goes, the end of the stick begins to fray and a brush develops. The thick sticks take a bit longer to develop the brush at their working end.

Using Miswak

Wet the end of the toothbrush stick either in water or in in your mouth with saliva. This softens the fibers and dissolves beneficial juices from the stick. TraditionallyYou can also wet the fibers with water or rose water. Rose water is also very beneficial for oral hygiene and it has been used in this country since the 12th century.

To clean the teeth, rub the toothbrush horizontally along the gum line. No need to scrub. The main idea is to encourage the release and distribution of precious juices from this plant. it takes a little while to get used to the new method, but the perseverance will pay off. You can also chew the end of the stick lightly, to release more juices. Rub very gently until the toothbrush has formed. It might take a few goes to form a really handy toothbrush.

Make sure to clean the whole of the mouth cavity including the inside of the teeth, the cheeks, the palette, the tongue and under the tongue or at least to swish the mouth around with the juices created by brushing.

Brush the teeth on rising and going to bed, after meals or if the taste in the mouth changes.

After use rinse the miswak and keep it in a clean place. Let it dry, then replace it in the packet or keep it somewhere clean, ready for the next brushing.

Caring for your Toothbrush Stick

As you continue using the miswak, the brushes will lengthen and less juices will be released. So trim the bristles and chew the end of the stick when you want to release more sap in the mouth. Gradually the toothbrush stick will get shorter, serving you very well in the meantime. Time to nurture a new one!

Ingredients: Salvadora persica root

Price: £9.00

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Official Protective Holder for Miswak Toothbrushes

The official protective case to keep your miswak sticks hygienic and fresher for longer, especially useful when you are traveling or taking your miswak out and about with you.

Price: £1.79

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