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Mastic Gum Powder Organic

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What is mastic gum?
Mastic gum (Pistacia lentiscus) is a unique resin that comes from a tree grown in the Mediterranean. Mastic gum contains antioxidants that support its therapeutic properties.

What are the benefits of mastic powder?
Mastic is used for stomach and intestinal ulcers, bacterial and fungal infections. It is also used to improve blood circulation and muscle aches. Some people apply mastic directly to the skin for cuts and as an insect repellent.

A small 2010 study found that mastic gum may kill off Helicobacter pylori bacteria.

Mastic gum may help ease the symptoms of Crohn’s disease, which is a common form of IBD.
Researchers also found decreased levels of IL-6 and C-reactive protein, which are markers of inflammation.
Mastic gum can have a positive effect on cholesterol levels. Participants who took mastic gum for eight weeks experienced lower levels of total cholesterol than those who took a placebo.

Mastic gum may help prevent liver damage. Participants who took 5 g of mastic gum powder for 18 months experienced lower levels of liver enzymes related to liver damage than participants who did not.

People who took mastic gum also experienced lower blood glucose levels.

Recommended Adult Dose: 1g - 2g divided through the day, daily.

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What is mastic gum?
Mastic gum (Pistacia lentiscus) is a unique resin that comes from a tree grown in the Mediterranean. Mastic gum contains antioxidants that support its therapeutic properties.

What are the benefits of mastic powder?
Mastic is used for stomach and intestinal ulcers, bacterial and fungal infections. It is also used to improve blood circulation and muscle aches. Some people apply mastic directly to the skin for cuts and as an insect repellent.

A small 2010 study found that mastic gum may kill off Helicobacter pylori bacteria.

Mastic gum may help ease the symptoms of Crohn’s disease, which is a common form of IBD.
Researchers also found decreased levels of IL-6 and C-reactive protein, which are markers of inflammation.
Mastic gum can have a positive effect on cholesterol levels. Participants who took mastic gum for eight weeks experienced lower levels of total cholesterol than those who took a placebo.

Mastic gum may help prevent liver damage. Participants who took 5 g of mastic gum powder for 18 months experienced lower levels of liver enzymes related to liver damage than participants who did not.

People who took mastic gum also experienced lower blood glucose levels.

Recommended Adult Dose: 1g - 2g divided through the day, daily.