We all have heard the stories of how desis have stolen something from the west, be it the music, a concept, a film or even a million dollar startup idea. However, these days, more often than not, we are coming across stories, and real life promotions, of traditional products that have been in every desis’ household since the dawn of the time.
Be it Kourtney Kardashian’s secret diet of gulping down a teaspoon of Ghee every day to maintain her health or Americans’ so-called innovative Dandiya exercise. All of this has been intelligently pushed into the west culture that one can’t even believe it anymore.
Now we have another example to add to the list of what West stole from us (without accepting it). Yoni, a company from Czech, recently launched a video on their Facebook page regarding their new and revolutionary product. They have marketed this product as – why do you need messy toothpaste and toothbrush if you can easily substitute it with an all natural product.
As per the company, Yoni, their natural toothbrush has millions of effects and some of them are:
1. This natural rawtoothbrush is full of minerals and Vitamins.
2. It is toothpaste and toothbrush in one.
3. It remineralises tooth enamels.
4. Prevents tooth decay.
5. Whitens teeth.
6. Maintains a health pH.
And a lot, lot more.
Along with all of this, it also comes very handy in its case.
And it actually is very handy, meaning, that you can easily break it from a branch of the tree and don’t have to shed some £3.90 for it.
The natural rawtoothbrush is actually Meswak or Datun for some. This revolutionary product has been in the presence and at homes of Desis, for the longest time, one can even imagine of.
Watch The Revolutionary Advertisement for The Revolutionary Product Over Here:
If you’re also a bit weirded out by the advert, then worry not because many others have too. Check out these Twitter reactions:
How about getting back to neem and miswak sticks 😉😉😉
Or you need #colgate or #pepsodent to package it.. ?? https://t.co/xjCcnVuXOJ
— Gaurav Gurjar (@gauravgurjar14) April 13, 2017
how has miswak been gentrified into a 'twigbrush' tauba tauba
— !¡ (@MrPafrican) April 12, 2017
They are thousand years late in their "discovery" We've been using MISWAK since forever. #NotaRawToothbrush https://t.co/ET7OyasOtA
— Saeed Abduh Malizani (@saeedmalizani) April 12, 2017
They're acting like miswak is a new thing smh 😅
— Jibz✨ (@jibz3310) April 13, 2017
13th April 2017