Since mankind has set foot on our globe the Earth millions of years ago, it has found all natural prerequisites for a long and healthy life. The resin from the ancient Greek mastic tree being just one example. Read on to learn more about.
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
Our planet, the Earth, has been created as a perfect biologic-ecologic system based on natural laws. That's why mankind has found all natural remedies and modalities for a long and healthy life from the moment it has set foot on this globe. One of these natural prerequisites of high potency is mastic gum, a resin man has found in mastic trees on the Greek island of Chios, as documented already in the 5th century BC.
TODAY’S MEDICINAL BENEFITS – SCIENTIFICALLY VALIDATED
While mastic cum was medicinally helpful already thousands of years ago, contemporary medical science has validated its benefits for a range of ‘modern’ health issues today. Administered in different forms like chewing or as an essential oil, etc., and without debilitating side effects.
Just to name a few of these health issues mastic gum has been verified by contemporary research.
Inter alia, relieving
in the digestive system, i.e. indigestion, stomach pain and heartburn.
According to research at, inter alia, Chios General Hospital Skylitsion in Chios, and Ioannina General Hospital in Ioannina – both Greece.
With a recommended dosage of 350 mg of mastic gum 3 times daily.
Also soothing of
With a recommended dosage of 1 g mastic gum, spread in 3 parts during the day.
Based on research at the University of Mosul in Mosul, Iraq.
Helicobacter pylori bacteria
as a risk factor related to stomach ulcers – and stomach cancer – is another benefit of mastic gum.
According to research at, inter alia, Oita University Faculty of Medicine in Oita, Japan, and Chios General Hospital Skylitsion in Chios, Greece.
With a recommended dosage of 350 mg of mastic gum per day.
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