Neem datun freshly cut especially for our customers. How to Use - How They Use It : Generally, thin and flexible twigs are used.The skin of the twig is peeled. It should be chewed at one corner. The fibers of the twig loosen a bit and work like a brush. Be Careful When moving the stick to clean your teeth, be very careful as the hardness of the fibers could hurt your delicate gums. After you finish brushing teeth, spit the fibers that get stuck in your teeth. After brushing, cut off the used portion of the neem stick using a strong pair of scissors or a clean pruner. Discard the used portion in your compost (it will biodegrade), and save the rest of the neem stick for future use. How to Properly Store the Neem Sticks Upon receiving our zero waste packaging, it’s best to immediately store the neem sticks in the refrigerator – this will help the active ingredients to remain fresh. For best results, neem sticks should be used within 60 days. Neem sticks should not be kept inside a tightly sealed jar as they will be more prone to spoiling, and should not be kept in the freezer as they will lose their texture.Organic Neem sticks/Datun are one of the best natural ingredients to brush your teeth.
As neem contains anti-microbial properties,chewing the twig can prevent plaque formation. The better taste of the neem also fights bad breath.
Chewing neem sticks also whitens the teeth.
Generally, thin and flexible twigs are used. The length of the sticks can be arround 6 inches. The skin of the twig is peeled. It should be chewed at one corner. The fibers of the twig loosen a bit and work like a brush.
This wood is better than using a modern brush with toothpaste. Before the existence of a toothbrush like now, Indians had already used a neem stick to clean their teeth. NOTE:- YOU WILL RECEIVE THIS PRODUCT WHICH KEEP IN FRESH AIR. OTHERWISE IT MAY BE DAMAGE.