10 best benefits of Chewing Sticks

This natural Chewing Sticks is known for both health benefits and medicinal uses. Some of the important benefits of this chewing Sticks  are:

  1. Prevents plaque and gingivitis: Brushing the teeth with this natural chewing Sticks helps to prevent bacterial activities in the teeth thus save your teeth from plaque formation and gingivitis. It contains antibiotics that prevent the growth of bacteria.
  2. Anti-addiction: Dr. Rami Mohammed Diabi has shown how Chewing Sticks is beneficial in discouraging addiction.
  3. Gums strengthening: It not only cleanses your teeth but also helps in strengthening of gums.
  4. Bad breath: Regular use of the Chewing Sticks removes bad breath and odor from the mouth.
  5. Nutrition facts: Chewing Sticks contains nutrients like fluorine, silicon, vitamin C, salvadorine, and trimethylamine.
  6. Strengthens teeth enamel: The  Chewing Sticks contains potassium, sodium, chloride, sodium bicarbonate, and calcium oxide.  These minerals help to strengthen the tooth enamel.
  7. Tooth whitening: It helps to reduce stains from tea, coffee, food particles, tobacco products, betel, etc.
  8. Anti-cariogenic: Cleaning the teeth with this having an anti-cariogenic effect.
  9. Prevents tooth decay: It saves your teeth from decaying as the natural brush cleans your teeth and removes the dirt and germs.
  10. Toothache:  Since it kills the germs and bacteria thus save your teeth from cavities and gingivitis thus good to relieve from toothache.
  11. Helps stop smoking.



Lots of people in the Africa and the Western world use licorice chew sticks as an alternative to fluoride toothpaste, and with good reason: African Chew sticks have antibacterial properties that help prevent gum disease, sooth tooth aches, and freshen breath. The stick, which is available everywhere, has antibacterial properties and can be used instead of toothbrush and toothpaste. It prevents dental plaque formations and associated with multiple medicinal benefits and uses. The prophet Muhammad (SAW) had often advocated the use of miswak. The World Health Organization (WHO) has also suggested the use of miswak, Licorice or Miswak in a report on oral hygiene published in 1986 and 2000.