Have you ever wondered how people took care of their teeth in the past when there were no plastic toothbrushes? How did they maintain their health without such a basic tool?

The answer lies, as always, in nature…


Nature has created a toothbrush perfectly matching all the needs of our dental hygiene. You might now be asking yourself: how come I have never heard of it? Well, the reason is quite simple – all the modern industrialized societies profit from producing plastic toothbrushes and toothpastes, caries removal, dental plaque reduction, teeth whitening, and so on. In other words, nature‘s solution is not very convenient for them. And this is exactly why we decided to spread awareness of this groundbreaking, and at the same time traditional, method of dental care.

Ever since ancient times, people have been using tree twigs, sticks, Arak tree roots (in Arabic countries) and lemon tree or orange tree roots (in Africa) to clean their teeth and oral cavities. There are various toothbrush plants used in different parts of the world as a source of raw toothbrushes, Salvadora persica being the most common one nowadays. This tree provides a balanced combination of the right structure, hardness and organic fluid. Being aware of the magical effects of this plant on teeth, the dental industry adds its extracts to conventional toothpastes. However, in case of industrial use, the plant goes through a process of heat treatment and loses most of its natural effects and benefits.


is comprised of tiny fibres which, when used correctly, effectively remove dental plaque without irritating the tooth enamel and gums – that’s how the RAWTOOTHBRUSH creates the polished teeth effect. And what about toothpaste? There is no need for it because the chemical composition of the twig is naturally designed for keeping your teeth healthy. It works on the basis of the whole food concept, opposed to artificial products, the raw toothbrush is a nature-created complete package of LIVING substances which the human body recognizes and makes use of.  A fresh natural rawtoothbrush is juicy and full of healing organic fluid of the previously mentioned plant. The organic fluid neutralizes the pH of the mouth and triggers a chemical reaction due to which the tooth enamel is naturally revitalized. Swallowing the organic fluid is beneficial for your digestion.


It contains Fluoride, Silicium, Sulphur, Vitamin C, Salicylic Acid, Calcium, Silicon, Potassium, Sodium, Tanines, Saponins, Flavonoids – all substances balanced in their naturally healthy forms.


Studies have shown that this simple tooth brushing technique is more effective and more beneficial for the health of the teeth than the one using conventional synthetic toothbrushes.

RAWTOOTHBRUSH natural toothbrush and toothpaste

What are the benefits of using RAWTOOTHBRUSH?

  • teeth whitening
  • pigment removal
  • killing off caries-associated bacteria
  • bad breath neutralization
  • polished teeth effect
  • treatment and prevention of gum disease, canker sores and oral herpes
  • balancing the pH in your mouth
  • help in reversing tooth decay
  • natural remineralisation of tooth enamel
  • caries and dental plaque reduction/prevention
  • possibility to brush your teeth anywhere and in any situation
  • living more sustainably and ecologically
RAWTOOTHBRUSH footprint of natural raw toothbrush and toothpaste

Scientific studies focused on dental hygiene have always proved that the raw toothbrush wins over the plastic one.

Here is a detailed study looking into the chemical composition of RAWTOOTHBRUSH and its effects on the human body.

Where can I buy a RAWTOOTHBRUSH ?

We distribute fresh sticks coming from big trees growing in nature. Thanks to their size and quantity, the use of RAWTOOTHBRUSH has no negative environmental impacts. On the contrary, using natural toothbrushes is the most ecological alternative.

Would you like to buy your RAWTOOTHBRUSH in a store? Take a look at our store locator.

How to use the RAWTOOTHBRUsH?

  1. Open the vacuum seal.
  2. Take the toothbrush out and wash it with clean water.
  3. Gently bite off about 0.2-0.4 inches (5-10 mm) of the bark from one side.
  4. Use your molar teeth to softly chew the center and make sure you mix your saliva with the organic fluid of the toothbrush – that will kill off bacteria in your mouth.
  5. Slowly chew the fibers until they become soft, frayed and form bristles.
  6. Now you can start brushing your teeth in circular movement – do it consciously, thoroughly and make sure you are not using pressure.
  7. Keep sucking the organic fluid that is coming out from the toothbrush and mix it with your saliva in order to restore the healthy pH in your mouth. You can also eat the bark for improved digestion.
  8. Cut off the used bristles after or before every use or every 24 hours
  9. Put the toothbrush back to the seal (or to rawtoothbrush case), close it and keep it moist.
  10. You can carry it with you wherever you go and easily stick to good oral hygiene.


– If you don’t use the toothbrush on daily basis or in case you use it just at home (e.g. once a day), store it in the fridge.

– Keep out of direct sunlight and away from high temperatures.

– We recommend brushing your teeth gently, a minimum of once in the morning and once in the evening.

Any questions?

You might find the answer in the FAQ section or in the discussion below

Video: People of an indigenous African tribe using sticks of Salvadora persica for brushing their teeth.

Why to use an ineffective imitation, a plastic toothbrush and chemical toothpaste, when you can use the original?

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