Chios Mastiha A Gentler Solution For Your Stomach

Chios Mastiha or Mastic Gum is the natural resin that oozes from the trunk and branches of the Chios trees in Greece. The sticky, thick fluid resin emerges from the tree like tear drops and hardens after about 15 days into resin tear drops of varying shapes and sizes.

This unique natural resin has long been used as a medicinal aid for digestive health since the middle ages, and contains more than 80 compounds that have anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antibiotics and anti-acid properties.

Chios Mastiha Is Suitable For

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Stomach ulsers
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Dyspepsia (Indigestion)
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H. Pylori related gastric issues
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Gastric inflammation
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Irritable bowel syndrome
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Heart burn

Clinically Proven Effective

Chios Masitha is often referred to as the oldest superfood in the world and its health benefits were initially discovered by Hippocrates and first recorded by Dioscorides, a first century pharmacologist.

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In several studies, Chios Mastiha was shown to be effective in reducing H. Pylori concentrations by up to 38% in two weeks and reducing H. Pylori associated gastritis activity by 18% in two months.

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Stomach Ulsers

After 2 weeks of Chios Mastiha patients suffering from stomach ulcers saw 

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Ulcer healing in 70% of patients

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Improvement of stomach pain, nausea & bloating in 80% of patients

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Gastric Inflammation

After 3 weeks of consuming Chios Mastiha, patients suffering from dyspepsia (indigestion) saw

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Improvement of stomach pain

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Improvement of heart burn

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Improvement of vomiting

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Improvement of nausea

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Decrease of acid regurgitation

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Improvement of acidity in stomach

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Inflammatory Bowel Disease

After 4 weeks of consuming Chios Mastiha, patients suffering from Crohn’s disease saw significant decrease in their inflammatory marker levels

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Decrease in inflammation

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Decrease of
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