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Miswak/Sewak The Miswaak PageGuidelines and Information From Kitabut Tahaarah and SunnatsCompiled by Contents I. Miswaak Quick View of Benefits II. Miswaak: The Whole Story History of the Miswaak The Importance of the Miswaak in Islam Use of Miswaak: When Entering the Home | Leaving the Home | Reciting the Holy Qur'an | On Fridays | When Fasting The Sahabas and the Miswaak The Ulama and Miswaak Respects to be Observed Types of Miswaaks Recite this Dua When Using Miswaak Guidlines for Use Advantages and Benefits: Eliminates Odor | Sharpens the Memory | Sharpens the Intelligence | Many More...

Organic Consumers Association $45 Million in Lies and Dirty Tricks Killed Prop 37 - It's Payback Time! Please sign the pledge below to let the following companies know you're joining the boycott. These companies make billions of dollars selling organic and "natural" brands, yet they spent millions to defeat Prop 37, CA Right to Know's ballot initiative to label genetically modified food. Spain's Gemasolar Array is the World's First 24/7 Solar Power Plant! Torresol Energy has overcome one of solar energy’s biggest challenges: operating when the sun doesn’t shine. The 19.9 MW Gemasolar concentrated solar power plant in Spain’s Andalucia province has two tanks of molten salt (MSES) that store heat energy generated throughout the day. Unlike normal plants that have less thermal storage or none at all, this stored energy enables Torresol to satisfy peak summer energy demand long after sunset.

Miswaak The natural toothbrush - Islam web - English The Miswaak was known before Islam, but Islam added a religious perspective to its usage. The Prophetic guidance: The Prophet Muhammad recommended Muslims to clean their teeth using a Miswaak every day; especially upon waking up, when performing ablution, before prayer, when reciting the Quran, before sleeping, when entering the house, and when the mouth has a foul odor. There are many Prophetic narrations that talk about Miswaak. Following are some of them: ‘Aa'ishah

Eco Toilets - Earthrise Gelareh Darabi is attending a lively party at a temporary camp in Haiti's Cite Soleil. The reason for the celebration – the unveiling of a new, environmentally-friendly toilet, which will also be used to create much-needed compost for the adjacent community garden. In many of Haiti's camps, hundreds of residents are obliged to share a single toilet, so it is no wonder that this new innovation is welcomed. Five Predictions For The Future Of Energy It seems like a new prediction pops up for how we will use renewable energy in the coming decades every day. Will we be using all solar in two years? In five? Will we use more nuclear, or less?

Good Sense Homemade Dental Formulas Here are a few comments on the subject of dentifrices. Why use a dentifrice? Many years ago, in a terrible decision, the Council on Dental Therapeutic of the ADA said the sole purpose of a dentifrice was to aid in the removal of food particles from tooth surfaces. Going green when it's your time to go Burial and cremation are the most common ways we dispose of the dead, but while these methods are steeped in tradition, they’re far from environmentally friendly. Embalming bodies requires cancer-causing chemicals like formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde and phenol — in fact, every year in the U.S. we bury 827,060 gallons of embalming fluid. Plus, caskets are often made from mined metals, toxic plastic or endangered wood. U.S. cemeteries use 30 million board feet of hardwoods, 180,544,000 pounds of steel and 5,400,000 pounds of copper and bronze annually. Casket burials also prevent a corpse from decomposing efficiently, and this slow rotting process favors sulfur-loving bacteria, which can harm nearby water sources. Cremation may seem like a greener alternative, but the process requires a lot of energy and creates air pollution.

Solar Cells Can Now Be Printed on Anything, Even Paper and Fabric Photo by Patrick Gillooly via MIT News Researchers at MIT have figured out how to print photovoltaic cells on every-day materials like paper or fabric -- and the process is practically the same is printing this article out on your desk printer. MIT reports that a team of researchers has published a new paper in the journal Advanced Materials detailing how solar cells can be printed as easily and as cheaply as "printing a photo on your inkjet" thanks to new special inks. "The sheet of paper looks like any other document that might have just come spitting out of an office printer, with an array of colored rectangles printed over much of its surface.

Homemade Toothpaste and Tooth Powder Formulas About 20 years ago, My wife and I were both diagnosed with having periodontal disease --- with deep pockets, over 10. It was suggested by our dentist that we see a periodontist with the idea of having our gums cut, plaque was removed, and the gums stitched after that procedure. A friend of ours had that done and was not pleased with the pain, suffering and expense. We then learned about Dr. Nara and his technique.