Miswak Club

Teeth Cleaning Twigs

Reviews (4.1 out of 5 Grommets)

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It does not taste good

6/20/2016 by yocheved

does not do a bad job


Not easy to use, and mine were small

1/2/2016 by Alice

The sticks I got were less than half the size in the picture. Very narrow, and half the length. I thought it would be something portable, but the case is huge and it's really not that easy to use.


Just okay

1/1/2016 by Carol

Not crazy about this product, if the information said you had to soak it and chew off the tip I wouldn't have bought it.


wooden twigs

11/28/2015 by Peggy

They are ok - they shed lots of wood pieces. I would classify them as more
Of a rememberance of my grandad. He
introduced me to some particular tree
removed a twig and chewed on it. They
we're much better than these.


I like it.

10/21/2015 by Rachel

I really like this twig. It really only helps clean the front teeth but they seem to be looking whiter already after using for 2 weeks.


I like them OK but found them a bit pricey for what they are and very slow to ship.

10/3/2015 by ANDREA

I like them OK but found them a bit pricey and very slow to ship.


Good idea...but

7/25/2018 by Amy

No one could get used to the taste. Horrible. We tried a couple times but just couldn't do it!


Sorry not for me

11/5/2017 by Pamela

My husband and I both got an infection in our gums after using the Miswak twigs we are not sure why because we do daily care of our teeth and had not had any trouble before. We followed the directions given.


nt good

11/30/2015 by Lloene

it worked good at first and then the stuff came off and it was impossible to use.


Not what I expected

11/30/2015 by Barbara

Not what I expected. Bristles are harsh and seems like it could be germy. I will use a regular tooth brush.

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The Miswak Club Story

Miswak Club v2

Branch Out

Brushing your teeth with a twig might sound strange, but the miswak is an ancient method backed by both the World Health Organization and the American Dental Association. People in the Middle East, India, and Africa have been using miswaks for centuries.

A miswak is a Peelu tree branch, which has natural fibers and a list of effective natural ingredients for oral health. Nibble back the bark, reveal the miswak’s bristles, then brush. Naturally occurring antiseptics and oils help kill germs and freshen breath. It also has resins that protect enamel, and natural abrasives like silica and sodium
bicarbonate—a.k.a. baking soda—that gently scrub and whiten.

As for the Miswak Club, Founder Rahat Bashar started it after searching for an all-natural alternative to dental products riddled with mysterious chemicals. When he learned about the miswak, he created the “Club” to bring it to others. And he decided to harvest the best kind—their trees are grown in healthy soil that contains no chemicals or pesticides. These miswaks are lightly colored, which means they are fresh and flexible.

Since you don’t need water (or toothpaste) to brush, a miswak is great for camping and other outdoor excursions. One also makes a nice supplement to your normal routine, traveling easily in a backpack or purse. Wherever you use it, it’s a great way to “branch out” when it comes to oral hygiene.
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