Siwak is a Sunnah beloved of Allah in that it purifies the mouth. The use of this wood in which there is a blessing has a particularly useful accessory. It's called the siwak case, and itsuse is spreading throughout the Muslim community.
Siwak is a Sunnah beloved of Allah in that it purifies the mouth. The use of this wood in which there is a blessing has a particularly useful accessory. It's called the siwak case, and it's becoming increasingly popular inthe Muslim community. Just a few years ago, no one would have thought of marketing such an object. However, religious practice also gives rise to fabulous ideas. Like making everyday life easier, to perpetuate the Sunnah. And as the hadith of the Prophet (peace be upon him) so aptly put it: "Whoever establishes a good practice in Islam will have its reward and the reward of all those who put it into practice until the Day of Resurrection".
The siwak case: a meaningful pocket accessory
The daily use of siwak is a Sunnah that is gradually being lost. Yet it is a highly recommended practice in Islam. Having a siwak case has several aspects. Firstly, there's a functional need, which we'll describe later. Finally, it means you cantake your arak wood anywhere in your pocket or pouch.
Think of it as an easy way to purify your mouth. Just remove the cap to use your meswak. Presented in the form of a pen, you can insert it inside and use it whenever you like.
You can, for example, exploit this asset in a particular context outside the Sunan. For example, when you're at work and haven't had time to brush your teeth. Just open the siwak case to use it.
Protecting your natural toothbrush from dust
We all used to preserve our siwak in its plastic bag. But what about when you buy the raw piece of wood directly?
In the pouch, the siwak mixes with the dust or tissue present in the heart of your pouch. Generally, when this happens, you continue to peel it back to access its raw material. A simple siwak case, however, preserves it from being stained by undesirable elements.
Particularly as saliva residues cling to any material in their path. The arak wood case is therefore an element that safeguards the purity of your siwak. What's more, siwak lasts longer.
Not such a useless utensil after all!
With all these explanations, having a siwak case goes without saying. It will accompany you like an everyday companion in your pocket. Such an accessory makes using your siwak easier. This obvious reflex is an opportunity to earn free hassanat.
By reviving a Sunnah neglected by many, you are also helping to spread it. This is done through good advice. A simple case is the perfect opportunity to take your siwak with you wherever you go. All you have to do is open it discreetly to use it wisely.