For many millennia the so-called toothbrush for oral hygiene has been used by indigenous peoples.
In the Arab culture, the use of a toothbrush (Miswak, Siwak, Seawak) is firmly anchored in religion. The Prophet Mohammed teaches the use of the Miswak branches in his writings.
Even in the history of India, the use of toothed wood in religion and medicine is already in ancient writings such as the work of the Ayurvedic doctor Susruta from the 6th century BCE. to find.
The Miswak branch contains natural active ingredients that are beneficial for the health of the tooth and the oral mucosa: fluoride, silicate, vitamin C, tannins, saponins, flavonoids, potassium, calcium