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Ten years earlier, while in prison, he felt the method for cleaning teeth there could be improved (it seems the chewsticks and animal hair brushes didn't make it to prison; they were still using rags with soot and such to clean teeth -- yuck!).
Among the many trees that grow in the region are false chewsticks, Senegal date palms, East African mahoganies, and African breadfruits.
It is best to leave three or four chewsticks in their cage, and replace them when needed.
If you desire to get your own chewsticks from a tree, only use twigs from fruit trees that have not been sprayed with pesticides.