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The Miswak (Chewing Stik) And Oral Health
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The Siwak is one tool of hygiene which holds particular importance in Islam. It is a simple twig for cleaning the teeth, originating from the desert but popularised for ever more by the example and directives of the Messenger of Allah Ta'ala. It is no exaggeration to say that Rasulullah [PBUH] is. Miswak (or siwak), the commonly used name for Salvadora persica twig, has prime importance in maintaining oral hygiene within the Islamic jurisprudence. More than fourteen hundred years ago, our Prophet (S) introduced the world to the benevolence bestowed upon the otherwise humble tree of miswak.
Chapter The Excellence of using Miswak (Tooth-Stick) Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "Had I not thought it difficult for my Ummah, I would have commanded them to use the Miswak (tooth . The Miswak or Sewak is an ancient Arabian toothbrush which can be made from the roots of various trees. For thousands of years, the miswak has held an esteemed status in Islamic culture due to its incredible purifying properties which include its ability to whiten the teeth, strengthen the gums, and remove bad breath.
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The Miswak contains naturally scented oils that freshen the breath and help stimulate the flow of saliva. Furthermore, Miswak has a natural abrasive; silica and sodium bicarbonate that gently scrub and whiten the teeth thus combining the characteristic of both the toothbrush and toothpaste.
The Miswak: More Than a Convenient Twig. Salina Ahmed, Sat 13 Rajab AH AD Spiritual Productivity 5 minutes. Bad breath continues to be a problem for many. Not only can it bother people around them, it can also bother those who have it.
It is never easy to admit exactly how much it can trouble those who possess poor odour in this regard. The miswak, along with other forms of chewing sticks, is considered to be the first documented form of dental hygiene. It is still commonly used in the Middle East, North Africa, and Central and Southeast Asia and is arguably the best-kept secret of the ancient world.
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Hadith It is on the authority of Hadrat Ali (Radi Allahu Anhu) that Rasoolullah (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) said, ‘When a servant (believer) performs Miswak and then stands for Salaah, an Angel stands behind him and listens to his Qir'at (recitation).
Miswak is an Arabic word meaning dental cleaning stick, but besides cleaning, miswak can whiten and polish teeth. It is not known how long it takes to whiten teeth with miswak. However, some sources state that the whitening effect is visible within a few weeks of use. The conclusion was that miswak contains a high enough quantity of DNA, and retained good DNA profiling; and when compared to toothbrushes, miswak is a reasonable source of DNA for forensic profiling.
In addition, time of storage up to 4 months had no or little effects on results. Miswak is usually obtained from the roots of the Arak tree, some sticks are made from its branches and bark Salvadora persica is an upright evergreen small tree or shrub, seldom more than one foot in diameter reaching maximum height of three meters.
The leaves are small, oval, thick and succulent with a. 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 an Arabic word meaning "tooth-cleaning stick," and Salvadora persica miswak has a wide geographic distribution. It was used by ancient Arabs to whiten and polish the teeth.
This review. The Miswãk, an aspect of dental care in Islam. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views. Miswak sharpens the memory & is a cure for headaches.
Assists in digestion & clears the voice. The greatest benefit of using Miswak is gaining the pleasure of Allah.
The use of miswak was a constant practice of Prophet Mohammed upon awakening, after meals, before recitations of prayers and of the holy texts. 7 According to prophetic traditions, known as the hadith, the Prophet recommended to rinse the mouth three times prior to each of the five daily Islamic prayers as prescribed in Islam and to “make a.
Miswak Club Natural Teeth Whitening Kit/Natural Toothbrush for Whiter Teeth, Fresher Breath, While Being Chemical Free - % Money Back Guarantee. out of 5 stars 1, $ $ 95 ($/Count) $ $ A miswak is a pencil-sized twig used as a natural means to clean teeth adequately through a gentle chewing and brushing process, which was frequently practised during the early Islamic period.
However, it is more than your usual toothbrush or any other portable teeth-cleaning equipment that you might insist be in the “must have” category.
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It is also. a Sunnah of all the Messengers of Allah (upon them all be peace), for they used. the Miswak. The Miswak is a stick by which a person cleans the mouth. This is a great Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace).
It is also a Sunnah of all the Messengers of Allah (upon them all be peace), for they used the Miswak. Miswak is a twig used for cleaning one’s mouth and teeth. It’s said the practice was used thousands of years ago by ancient empires from the Babylonians, the Greek to the Romans and the.A miswak, or siwak, is a softened small stick with which the teeth are rubbed and cleaned.
The end is shaped into a brush through biting or chewing, which serve to .To perform Miswak in wudhu is an emphasized Sunnah (Sunnat-e-Muakeda). Miswak is Sunnah for ablution and not for Salaah. Do not throw away the Miswak or the bristles away but bury them.
Use the Miswak from one end and not both. Women can also use the Miswak. One who uses the Miswak gets five rewards for each tooth.