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Miswak Toothpaste

Ideal for Routine Oral Care

Introduction :

At the outset it is indispensable to note that oral health has a significant impact on a person’s quality of life in addition to overall well-being. Numerous chronic as well as total diseases are being attributed to poor oral health. Miswak Toothpaste or Salvadora persica is an essential component for oro-dental care. This single herb competently manages as well as keeps away obnoxious breathes, gingivaitis, dental sensitivity, plaqaue, cavities in addition to pyorrhea, enhancing the health as well as power of your gums moreover teeth. Amalaki, Brahmi, Bala, Guduchi, Gokshura, Pippali, Karela and a lot more single herbs are significantly effective for dental issues!

This single herb has been used since time immemorial towards maintaining oral hygiene along with ameliorating oro-dental disorders. Arabs employed this herbal product twig to whiten as well as polish their teeth in the old times. Scientific researches on Miswak Toothpaste have moreover established its effectiveness as a powerful anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial in addition to healing herb that successfully combats oral pathogens.

It is a potent antiquaries’ single herb that not just inhibits the growth of Streptococcus mutans but moreover controls the colonization as well as gathering of this caries causing bacterium species; Miswak Toothpaste efficiently defends against dental plaque as well.

Benzyl isothiocyanate, a key ingredient taken from the roots of Miswak remarkably combats gram-negative bacteria that are accountable for diverse oral pathologies. It is scientifically well established that this herbal product competently enhances periodontal health as well as considerably combats Candida infection too.

Moreover, Miswak Toothpaste remarkably accelerates extraction socket (alveolar bone) wound healing following tooth extraction. This 100 percent safe as well as effectual herbal dental care preparation is mostly recommended for routine usage as it successfully maintains oral health alongside hygiene, offers fresh breath, strengthens alongside whitens teeth, as well as considerably promotes gingival health.

Despite Salvadora persica (Miswak / Pilu), this wonderful oral care preparation for gums as well as teeth is enriched with potent herbal products and oils that successfully maintain moreover enhance oral health and hygiene. It should be noted that most of the people know fairly well that Ayurvedic medicine is a process of Hindu conventional effective medicine, most popular to the Indian subcontinent. Indeed, the product of herbal manufacturers enhances the quality of life the people!

 

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Neem (Azadirachta indica)

The single herb Neem exerts powerful antimicrobial activity against oral pathogens; it has remarkable antiplaque activity as well as significantly ameliorates gingival inflammation. This excellent herbal product Neem protects against dental caries by successfully inhibiting the growth of dental pathogens; maintains as well as promotes oral health and hygiene.

Babool (Acacia Arabica)

This astringent single herb competently prevents swelling as well as bleeding of gums, keeping them healthy and strong; strengthens as well as brightens the teeth, also capably get rid of dental stains; offers fresh breath as well as efficiently prevents halitosis plus pyorrhea.

Akhrot Chhilka (Juglans regia)

Notably diminishes the incidence of Gingival as well as periodontal infections; powerful antifungal activity against oral Candida starins; Possesses wonderful anticaries activity.

Gandhatrin Oil (Cymbopogan citratus)

Powerful anti-biofailm action whereas Lemongrass oil successfully inhibit the growing of Candida species; possess powerful antimicrobial in addition to anti-inflammatory actions too.

Pudina satva (Mentha spicata)

Freshens ups the breath, ameliorates halitosis, and significantly retards microbial bio-film formation that contributes to the development of caries.

Dalchini Oil (Cinnamomum zeyanicum)

Important antibacterial, antiquaries’ as well as analgesic activities.

Indications :

Besides routine maintenance of oral hygiene, Miswak Toothpaste is exceptionally suggested for management of the following conditions:

  • Bad breadth (Halitosis)
  • Toothache
  • Tooth decay, Cavities (Dental Caries)
  • Inflamed, Spongy as well as bleeding gums (Gingivitis)
  • Dental Plaque

 

Direction for use:

Take adequate amount of toothpaste on a soft bristled tooth brush. Brush your teeth as usual on a regular basis preferably in the morning as well as before going to bed.

 

Presentation:

100g Dental Paste in a Tube.

References:

  • Al-Sahaibani S, Murugan K. Anti-biofilm activity of Salvadora persica on cariogenic isolates of Streptococcus mutans: in vitro and molecular docking studies. Biofouling. 2012; 28(1): 29-30.
  • Sofrata A, Brito F, et al. Short term clinical effect of active and inactive Salvadora persica miswak on dental plaque and gingivitis. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 2011; 137(3): 1130-4.
  • Softrata A, Santagelo EM, et al. Benzyl isothiocyanate, a major component from the roots of Salvadora persica is highly active against Gram-negative bacteria. PLoS One. 2011; 6(8): e23045.
  • Dorri M, Shahrabi S, et al. Comparing the effects of Chlorhexidine and persica on alveolar bone healing following tooth extraction in rats, a randomized controlled trial. Clinical Oral Investigations. 2012; 16(1): 25-31.
  • Abdulaziz M. AlKhawajah. Studies on the antimicrobial activity of Juglans regia. The American Journal of Chinese Medicine. 1997; 25(2): 175-180.
  • Noumi E, Snoussi H, et al. Antifungal properties of Salvadora persica and Juglans regia L. extracts against oral candida strains. 2010; 29(1): 81-88.
  • Darmani H, Nusayr T, et al. Effects of extracts of Miswak and Derum on proliferation of Balb/C 3T3 fibroblasts and viability of cariogenic bacteria. International Journal of Dental Hygiene. 2006; 4(2): 62-6.
  • Mohd. Sajjad Ahmad Khan, Iqbal Ahmad. Biofim inhibition by Cymbopogan citratus and Syzygium aromaticum essential oils in the strains of Candida albicans. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 2012; 140(2): 416-423.
  • Rasooli I, Shayegh S, et al. The effect of Mentha spicata and Eucalyptus camaldulensis essentials on dental biofilm. International Journal of Dental Hygiene. 2009; 7:196-203.
     

 

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