Neem Chew Sticks

4.57 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
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The freshest neem oral care product you can buy! We ship neem chew sticks to you the day they’re harvested!

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To use a neem stick for oral care, chew the end of the stick to form bristles and then carefully rub the bristles along your gum line as you would a toothbrush. Cut off the end each time you use it to ensure freshness. A quarter-pound contains between 15 and 25 chew sticks depending upon the size of the stick. They should last about three months.

For best results, refrigerate or freeze until you’re ready to use them but keep them in paper not plastic.

IMPORTANT NOTE: We typically ship chew sticks that are slightly larger than a long cigarette, down to smaller sizes with brown bark. If you’d rather have the softer growth at the end of the branch — or tougher bigger sticks — please let us know. It’s easy to accommodate your wishes, but only if we know which you prefer.

Please note: you will get fewer sticks if you request larger sticks, and more if you ask for the smaller sticks. 

Shipments outside the U.S. typically require a phytosanitary statement from the USDA at a cost of approximately $60.00.

Weight 0.2 lbs

7 reviews for Neem Chew Sticks

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Interesting flavor, but once I got used to it, it was not bad. Much healthier to chew on than my nails. :)

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Fresh like they say, and true to nature :) A “Raw” experience. Be prepared for a pungent or to some a bitter taste… personally I appreciate it! Thank you NeemTreeFarms xo Much LOve for your service here in the USA.

  3. 4 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    After researching on Miswak, and Neem, i chose to go with the Neem because of all the nutritional health benefits it has. I had read alot of reviews on it tasting awful, and smelling awful. Honestly it’s not awful at all! Alot of people exaggerate on the internet. It tastes like exactly what it is….A Twig. A taste of wooden splinters. Thats it. It has my teeth Shiny, and i noticed that when i chew the neem stick, it makes my hunger go away instantly! My only complaint is that i got a few very thin sticks, and when i peel the bark off of it, it becomes worthless to use on my teeth because it’s so skinny and splintery it breaks when i brush with it. Some of the thick sticks stay with a hard end after you chew it and open it up to brush with. You WILL need something to freshen your breath. I only chew neem sticks now, and ditched the toothpaste and brushes. I really am liking the clean look, and feel it has done to my teeth and Gums! But neem will not improve your breath. You will need to make time in the morning before starting your day to use neem. It takes time to soften and chew the stick. It’s best used for 20 minutes. The splinters are not sharp. I haven’t gotten pricked. I haven’t gotten any splinters stuck in my gums.

  4. 4 out of 5


    I enjoy neem chew sticks. They don’t have a very offensive flavor or scent, though they remind a coworker of mine of bad spaghetti.
    When I first chewed one of the sticks I didn’t know what to expect, and was a little grossed out and stopped. However, later on in the week I actually felt a craving to chew on the sticks again. So now I do it when I feel a craving to chew on them, but for daily use I don’t like to take time to chew and chew. I also prefer the cooling of mint or simply of rinsing the mouth that chewsticks don’t provide.

  5. 4 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I’ve used Neem chew sticks for many years and they work well for me. Neem chew sticks are very effective at removing stubborn tooth stains and cleaning plaque. They also firm up and tone the gums. I have less tartar build-up since using them and a much brighter smile.
    A trick to soften the bark to form bristles without 20 minutes of chewing, is to first run warm water over the stick a moment before chewing. This seems to soften the fibers and with a bit of chewing at the tip, a nice “tooth brush” develops. The neem fibers really lift stains (even tobacco and red wine) often within moments. My smile is brighter without harsh or unpleasant chemicals.

    The “juice” released from the stick by chewing has whitening and brightening properties.

    After each use, I rinse and dry the stick for re-use. The tip can be clipped with scissors to form a fresh, trimmed brush. Though not necessary, I also rinse my teeth with a 3% solution of hydrogen peroxide followed by a warm water rinse before using the neem sticks. This seems to enhance the stain lifting properties of the neem and freshen the breath.

    These neem chew sticks remove tooth stains better than the many whitening products I’ve used that contain harsh chemicals. Unused Neem sticks should be stored in paper – not plastic- to preserve freshness, and I also store them in the fridge. As with any tooth brush, rinse and dry the chew sticks between use and discard previously used sticks when they lose freshness. Never store the chew sticks in plastic.

  6. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I had a cap that was rubbing, and swelled. I couldn’t get a dental appointment as a rush. I found neem tree farms in a Google search and received my bark prior to my appointment. After chewing the bark for one day, the swelling and pain was gone from the roof of my mouth. And cap was comfortable in my mouth. All I can say it is amazing!

  7. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    For me, my brushing is not complete till I chew on these neem sticks. It brightens your teeth and you feel refreshed. Appreciate the team of Neem Tree Farms for making such natural products available. Thanks.

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