Giving A Gift? Give Miswak Royale

As much as anyone loves gettting gifts, so do I. And, as much as I love getting gifts, I also enjoy giving out gifts. Gifts are memorable, and a way to receiving, and sharing the  feeling of love. It is always interesting to see how much effect they have. Whether you are in Doha or abroad, here’s one brand that I recently discovered that would make your gifting experience a whole more memorable – Miswak Royale.

Miswak Royale reintroduces an ancient method of cleaning your teeth. The miswak is considered to be the oldest toothbrush in history. It has been used for centuries in the Middle East, North Africa, and Central & Southeast Asia. In Islam, it is considered “sunnah”, referring to an essential manner of life recommended by the Prophet (PBUH).

In recent times, however, the miswak has lost some of its prominence due to the rapid modernization of the Arab world. As Arabs begin to adopt more modern customs, many have abandoned the tradition of miswak and this is what Miswak Royale aims to change.

Miswak Royale’s new and reinvented version of the miswak is made from the olive tree which gives it unique properties which the luxury community will be proud to use such as its pleasant aromatic smell and sweet taste. The olive tree was especially chosen because it holds a special place in Arab culture as being a blessed tree.

If you’ve never used the miswak before, here’s how you can slowly get started, andwhat you need to know to get you started.

Even if you don’t replace your toothbrush entirely, using the miswak as a complimentary method of oral hygiene can have significant effects on your health and on the environment.

Not only is the miswak more affordable and environment friendly, it is portable and easy to carry around wherever you go.

Miswak is not only just a unique gift with cultural meaning but is also one that comes with many health benefits.


A miswak could be just the special thing you are searching for to reduce or even eliminate your oral health issues

So what does this mean exactly and what makes a miswak undeniably amazing? Well, as far as numerous researchers are concerned, the antimicrobial effects of miswaks have been well-documented after discovery of its perfect chemical composition that helps with attaining good oral well-being.

For instance, the silica found in miswaks adopt the role of an abrasive, which has the ability to remove tooth stains, resulting in cleaner teeth.

Tannins found in miswaks take the role of astringents (a chemical compound which causes contraction of tissues to stop blood flow), which was found to help decrease noticeable gingivitis.

Calcium saturated in the saliva, as a result of miswak use, was found to assist toward remineralisation of tooth enamel, supporting the production of stronger teeth at large.

The resins found in it form a layer over the enamel to serve as protection against further microbial damage.

Of course, many other medical properties have been discovered and confirm the comprehensive benefits miswaks have toward oral health. Having known so much about this natural toothbrush am sure you wouldn’t want to think twice before gifting a Miswak to your special someone. You can purchase it online on their website:



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  • isha kalra
    February 11, 2016 at 3:23 pm

    I would like to describe the complete thing in one word- WOW!
    Same pinch at love for gifts 😀

    • Kay
      February 11, 2016 at 3:24 pm

      Thank you Isha for stopping by! Means a lot 🙂

  • Pinay Flying High
    February 21, 2016 at 4:09 pm

    How do you use it? I’m very intrigued!
    I saw this on your snapchat before and was wondering what it was. Lol.

    • Kay
      February 22, 2016 at 2:05 pm

      So it’s very easy. You just have to like scrape of the sides from the top with a knife, and then the insides you can see will separate itself. So you just use that to brush your teeth in circles. You dont really have to apply any paste or anything. You can carry it with you wherever you go. When the tip feels dry you cut it off from the top, and then you can use it again, until the stick is finally over. 🙂

    • Kay
      February 22, 2016 at 2:06 pm


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