The risks of JAW PEER are few but they exist. CHEW PEER is made of silicone. The chemical spine in silicone is sand. Plastics, on the other hand, consists of carbon compounds. In addition, plastic often contains phthalates that cause cancer in laboratory animals. Commercial silicone has been around since the 1940s and is considered almost harmless. Today there is almost everywhere around us; make-up, oil, cars, computers, kitchen utensils, toys, pacifiers, and implants.
Large silicone molecules are harmless
CHEW PEER silicone consists of giant chains or nets of molecules. They are called polymers and are elastic. The polymers bind together of silicon (Si) found in sand, the second most common element of the Earth. Large silicon molecules are very inert. They do not mix with organic substances. If you accidentally swallow a piece of silicone, it goes straight through the body’s digestive system without any influence. For chemical substances, the smaller and lighter molecules are generally, the more dangerous. The material in CHEW PEER is controlled by an independent scientific testing laboratory. They analyze the material and check that no small harmful molecules are released during chewing.
JAWPEER tested by independent lab
All new CHEW PEER prototypes are continuously tested by the state-owned company Research Institue of Sweden, RISE. The October 2020 (201016) report shows that RISE does not find any linear L3-L6 or cyclic D3-D6 siloxanes in our material. Siloxanes are small molecules that can be stored in body tissue. In the analysis from 11 November 2020, we analyzed some of JAWPEER’s different models along with the “competitors” CHISELL and JAWLINER. Product A is CHISELL 2.0 REGULAR BITE medium and product B is JAWLINER Advanced.
JAW PEER is cleanest on the market
We compare our products to the competitors on the chewing market by chromatography. The results show that their products are not as clean. The chromatograph shows a curve of the molecular size. High values on the left side of the curve mean that there are small molecules in the sample. All CHEW PEERs were cleaner than competitors’ products. Our Swedish producer once made a manufacturing mistake so the silicone got dirty. It is the grey product (No. 5) that we would never dream of selling. The chromatograph for number 5 is last in the document and the curve is not as “topped” as our usual products. However, this failed product still contains smaller small molecules than competitors A and B, which are the first in the document. This proves that JAW PEER is by far the cleanest on the market.
How accidents can be avoided
CHEW PEER is made of pure silicone that is tested by an independent lab and considered harmless. But JAW PEER has another obvious health risk: what happens if you choke? Choking is the biggest risk with JAW PEER. We have therefore made every effort to avoid suffocation accidents. Firstly, the texture of the material signal to the brain that it should not be swallowed. Secondly, the shape does not clog the trachea if it ends up in the throat. But accidents can happen. Therefore, a safety line of Dental Floss should be used if the chewer wants to be extra safe. The safety line is attached to CHEW PEER and elsewhere, for example in a buttonhole. You shouldn’t wear it as a necklace. Dental Floss is sharp. If the line gets stuck, it can damage the neck. Detailed instructions can be found in the instructions provided with the product.
JAWPEER has many advantages, but beginners should watch up. It’s not good to chew too much if you’re untrained. Like other muscles, the chewing muscles can become overstretched. If you have jaw problems, you should be extra careful with chewing. Incorrect jaw joint load can exacerbate the problems. One in ten have problems with pains in the jaw or face. On the other hand, jaw problems may be due to the fact that the muscles are used too little. Immediately after meals, it is advisable to chew to clean the teeth and give the stomach saliva to digestion. Half an hour afterward, the stomach should be allowed to rest.
Important with good hygiene
JAW PEER is a storage box that is important for hygiene. It is important that CHEW PEER is stored safely between uses. They should not be exposed to bacteria or coronavirus. Saliva is bactericidal, but it is not helped if you take in the product with contaminated fingers. Therefore, JAW PEER contains safe handling instructions. The instructions provided with JAW PEER tell you how the product should be handled to avoid becoming a contagion. They also show how to eliminate the risk of suffocation.