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Mastiha  has been mentioned in the writings of Plinius, Theophrastus, Hippocrates, cholesterol and diabetes and strengthen the immune system.

Mastiha is used as natural medicine for stomach ache, stomach ulcers,  controlling cholesterol levels and diabetes.

Traditionally mastiha  is taken as a medicine to drop the sugar levels of the blood (diabetes) and to improve cholesterol.

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Chios Mastiha capsules are an excellent way to guard your digestive system from stomach upsets and negative bacteria infiltration. It also helps in maintaining peptic system hygiene and relieving symptoms associated with acid reflux, ulcers, Crohn’s disease and IBS.       Contains  15, 30, 45,  350 mg pure fresh chios mastiha capsules.

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Mastic Gum 15  or  30  capsules contains natural tree stem mastic gum (Pistacia Ientiscus) from a shrub-like tree grown mainly in Greece. Mostly composed of resinous gum and volatile oils, mastic has been used for centuries by traditional healers for stomach distress.* Mastic Gum protects gastric and duodenalcells and tissues.*  No wheat, no gluten, no soybeans, no dairy, no egg, no fish/shellfish, no peanuts/tree nuts.*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


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EU herbal monograph on Pistacia lentiscus L., resin (mastix)

On July 2015, Chios mastiha (Pistacia lentiscus L., mastix) was positively evaluated by the Committee on Herbal Medicinal Products (HMPC) of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and received its European Union herbal monograph. This monograph comprises the scientific opinion of HMPC on safety and efficacy data concerning an herbal substance and its preparations intended for medical use.

Mastiha is considered now as a traditional medicine for both stomach disorders and skin/wounds inflammations.  According to EMA decision, mastiha, as a traditional herbal medicinal product, is used in mild dyspeptic disorders. Moreover, it is used for the symptomatic treatment of minor inflammations of the skin as an aid in healing of minor wounds. In general, Mastiha is a traditional herbal medicinal product for use in the specified indications exclusively based upon long-standing use.

You can find Chios mastiha in powder and capsules. It is recommended as a means for the relief of stomach disorders and it contributes to the hygiene of the gastrointestinal system, used additionally in our daily nutrition.

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For diabetics and those suffering from high cholesterol, stomach ache, stomach ulcer etc.

It improves the natural defence of  your  organism and relieves any stomach ache.
Dosage: Consult your Doctor.

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Ever since antiquity, Chios mastiha has been well known for its medicinal and pharmaceutical properties.
Nowadays, it has been gradually revealed by the scientific community, through accurate and scientifically acceptable methods based on laboratory research and clinical studies carried out by independent researchers in Greece and abroad, that natural Chios mastiha is gifted with unique beneficial and therapeutic properties, thus confirming what has been historically recorded over the past.
To be more precise, scientific evidence has confirmed Mastiha’s beneficial action against disorders of the peptic system, its contribution to oral hygiene, its significant antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory action, as well as the fact that it constitutes a natural antioxidant agent. In addition to that, Chios mastiha contributes to wound healing and skin regeneration.
Reference is subsequently made to the most important research studies regarding Chios mastiha’s medicinal and pharmaceutical action, the results of which have been already published – as mentioned before – in international scientific journals.

  • Antimicrobial action of Chios Mastiha essential oil
    Significant research activity has been carried out regarding the antimicrobial action of mastiha’s essential oil – mastiha oil. Researchers have studied in particular that when mastiha oil, Chios mastiha essential oil, has been incorporated in the growth medium, it can delay the growth rate but also eliminate microbes, bacteria and pathogenic microorganisms.
    The results of such studies confirm the important antimicrobial and antifungal action of mastiha oil, thus encouraging its further usage as a component of pharmaceutical and other protection and care products.
  • Chios Mastiha as a protective agent against atherosclerosis
    Nowadays, there has been an intense scientific interest regarding the use of natural antioxidant agents as protective means against the atherosclerosis disease. Because of their composition, these substances offer protection against the formation of atheromatous plaques, thus preventing the risk of atherosclerosis and heart diseases. The presence of phenolic molecules, triterpenic compounds as well as phytosterols among Chios mastiha’s components is particularly important because of their action against the oxidation of low density lipoprotein (LDL) and that is a significant evidence for its potential antioxidant effect. Research activity in that field is still in an experimental stage. In any case, the results that have been published up to now are particularly encouraging and indicate a strong possibility of using mastiha as a natural antioxidant agent.
  • Chios Mastiha in relation to oral hygiene and dental research
    Scientific studies have proved that chewing Chios mastiha is very helpful for gum exercise, along with all its relevant beneficial effects in dental health. It has been further confirmed that Chios mastiha, unlike ordinary chewing gums, induces greater salivation due to its particular taste and its relative hardness, something that gives a greater feel of mouth freshness and cleanness, while it has been also proved to be relieving for people suffering from dry mouth, a disorder especially common among elderly persons.
    In addition, researchers have carried out numerous scientific and clinical studies regarding mastiha’s and Chios mastiha chewing gum’s action in decreasing microbial plaque formation and eliminating bacterial growth inside the oral cavity.
  • Mastiha’s action in terms of prevention and treatment of peptic system diseases
    The results of recent scientific studies related to mastiha’s therapeutic action with regard to disorders of the peptic system are especially worth-mentioning.
    Ever since antiquity, it had been known that Chios mastiha had a strong positive effect in stomach comfort, e.g. relieving from gastrointestinal disorders, dyspepsia, gastralgia (stomach ache), peptic ulcers, etc.
    In our times, scientific, laboratory but also clinical studies have confirmed the aforementioned significant action of Chios mastiha. The first research efforts were carried out in university foundations and clinics of the Arab world, areas where the use of Chios mastiha was and still is widespread even in practical medicine concoctions.
  • Use of Mastiha as a component of wound healing bandages and as a skin regeneration agent
    Relevant publications have revealed that mastiha presents excellent wound healing and suturing properties, while at the same time it does not bring undesirable side effects to the skin (such as dermatitis, skin decoloration, etc), like other common healing products do.
    This unique natural resin is already used very often as a component of bandages, adhesive plasters, compresses and other healing agents applied for the protection and healing of wounds or post-surgical incisions.
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Mastiha Oil

Mastiha Oil is extracted from the Chios mastiha through distillation process with steam. It is 100% natural product containing an extraordinary array of therapeutic, aromatic and flavoring ingredients. It is used as basic ingredient in health & care product. It is also used in the food and beverages industry.

You can find the mastiha oil in bottles of 1000, 500, 100, 50, 10 and 5 gr.

Mastiha Flavor is an oleaginous mixture of natural Mastic Oil with a vegetable oil. It is used for better dispersion and easier use.

You can find the mastiha oil flavor in bottles of 1000, 500, 100, 50, 10, and 5 gr

Mastiha Water is produced during the distillation process and it is a natural aqueous extract.



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The action of Mastiha in the prevention  and treatment of digestive system  disorders.

Of special interest are the results of modern scientific studies, that relate to the therapeutic

action of mastiha in digestive system disorders. Already from ancient years it was known

that Chios Mastiha constituted a drastic ingredient for soothing the pain of stomach, e.g.,

gastric disorders, indigestion problems, gastralgia, as well as digestive ulcers. Written ref

-erences from physicians of the time, practitioners and botanists, as well as references in

pharmaceutics of the ancient and medieval times recommend Chios Mastiha as a beneficial

means for the diseases and disorders of gastro-intestinal system. In our time, scientific,

laboratory studies as well as clinical researches, come to confirm the above important ac

-tion of Chios Mastiha.

The first research efforts have been made in university institutions and clinics of the Arab

world, in areas where the use of Chios Mastiha is especially spread even in nostrums and

formulas of practical medicine.

The fist clinical study, published in 1984 in Clinical & Experimental Pharmacology &

Physiology magazine was conducted by Al-Habbal MJ, Al-Habbal Z, Huwez FU in the univer

-sity clinic of Mosul University in Iraq. In this study 38 volunteers participated. These volun

-teers had symptoms, and endoscopic confirmation of duodenal ulcer. For the comparison

of the effectiveness of Chios Mastiha, the volunteers were divided in two groups: in those

that consumed Chios Mastiha for two weeks (1 gram per day) and those that consumed the

same dosage of placebo powder (lactose) for the same time period. After the lapse of two

weeks all the volunteers were endoscopically examined, in order to see the progress of the

ulcer. The results showed that in the group that consumed mastiha there was an alleviation

of the symptoms in 80% of the cases, while the endoscopic examination has confirmed that

duodenal ulcer was cured in 70% of the cases. The conclusions of the clinical study recom

-mend mastiha as drastic element for the alleviation and the treatment of ulcer symptoms.

Another important conclusion of the research was that the use of Chios Mastiha produced

no unwanted side-effect.

The same research team has published in 1986 in the Gastroenterologia Japonica maga

-zine the findings of a new clinical study in patients who suffered of gastric ulcers, of benign

nature. For this purpose, to six patients to whom gastric ulcer was diagnosed by means of

gastroscopy, Chios Mastiha was administered in the dosage of 2 grams per day for four

weeks (1 gram before breakfast and 1 gram before sleeping at night). No patient was admin

-istered another type of pharmaceutical treatment, for a time period of at least two months

before the initiation of the clinical study. For the evaluation of the action of mastiha gastros

-copies were conducted as well as routine laboratory controls in the blood, urine, and other

biochemical parameters, before the initiation of the treatment, two weeks after, four weeks


after and two months after the initiation of mastiha administration. The results of the study

have shown that the administration of mastiha has relieved all six patients that participated

in the search from the symptoms, while the treatment was even endoscopically confirmed in

five of them. During the study, but also two months after its completion no type of unwanted

effect was found, nor any unusual result in the laboratory analysis.

In the same year (1986) in Journal of Ethnopharmacology magazine a study

was published by Mansoor S. Al-Said et al., in guinea-pigs (mice), which was conducted in order

to evaluate the effectiveness of mastiha against gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer. For this

purpose, with the use of the appropriate chemicals ulcer was formed in the stomach of the

mice. Afterwards, through their food, mastiha was administered to them in the proportion of

500mg per guinea-pig kilo. The results of the study have shown that the administration of

Chios Mastiha has produced an important decrease in the expansion and intensity of the

formed ulcer in the gastric membrane of the guinea-pigs, suggesting that it can be used as

treatment means of the locally formed ulcer.

In 1998, a study that was published in the famous magazine New England Journal of Med

icine, by the University Hospital of Nottingham in England, has reached the conclusion that

Chios Mastiha has a decidedly proven action against HP. Note that the title of the publica

tions is especially characteristic: “Mastiha Gum Kills Helicobacter pylori”. The study shows

the findings that suggest that even 1 gram of mastiha per day, for a time period of two

weeks may cure digestive ulcer. This beneficial action, is due to the fact that mastiha exter

minates Helicobacter pylori which is liable for the majority of the digestive ulcer cases. Note

that Helicobacter pylori is responsible for 75% of digestive ulcer cases, while the respective

amount in the case of duodenal ulcer amounts to 90%. In the specific study fresh samples

were used with the presence of Helicobacter pylori, which were isolated from patients and

the minimum bactericidal concentration (MBC) of mastiha was searched, which means the

minimum concentration required in order to exterminate 99.9% of the bacterium within 24

hours. Mastiha exterminated the bacterium in all the examined samples, regardless of the

size of the population. The minimum bacterial concentration (MBC) of mastiha was 60 μg/

ml, but even in smaller concentrations, the antibacterial action was especially important.

In 2001 announcements by Serafino G. Bona et al. Published in The American Journal

of Gastroenterology, and Journal of Chemotherapy magazines come to confirm the effective

-ness of mastiha against helicobacter pylori. For this purpose clinical samples were used

with the presence of HP, which were isolated from patients and the Minimal Bactericidal

Concentration (MBC) of mastiha extraction was searched. The results showed that the mas

-tiha in concentration of 125 μg/ml killed the helicobacter in 50% of the examined samples,

while concentration 500 μg/ml has exterminated the helicobacter in 90% of the samples.

At the same time, in all the samples that were studied morphological changes have been

identified in the bacterium after the use of electronic microscope. The results of the study,

are in absolute harmony with the ones of the above researchers and they reach the conclu

-sion that the Mastiha has an especially good action against HP.

In another study conducted in the Medical Microbiology Laboratory of the Greek Pasteur

Institute, on May 2002, it is established that the administration of Chios Mastiha in guinea-

pigs (mice), that were infected with helicobacter pylori, resulted in a substantial decrease of

the immigration degree of the bacterium, while there was no record of important decrease

in the degree and the activity of the accompanying gastritis.

Respectively, in 2002 in South Korea Society of Gastroenterology magazine a clinical study

has been published. The study had been conducted by the Medical School of Dan-kook

University in South Korea, concerning the action of mastiha against gastritis caused by Heli

-cobacter pylori (HP). For this purpose 48 volunteers participated, and it was discovered that

they were infected by the helicobacter, with the use of UBT – UREA BREATH TESΤ technique:

breath test for detecting HP. The participants were divided in two groups the first of which

used Chios Mastiha chewing gum for 90 days, while the second one used placebo gum. The

UBT test was applied on patients before the initiation of the study as well as in intervals of

30 and 90 days following the completion. The results of the tests have shown that the use

of mastiha is especially effective in limiting the concentration of helicobacter pylori as well

as the gastritis due also to helicobacter pylori, reaching the conclusion that it can be used

as an additional means for containing the bacterium and its effects.

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Current research indicates that mastiha  /  mastic may be useful in supporting gastrointestinal function and health by inhibiting H. pylori survival.* Once H. pylori is inhibited and healthy gut flora maintained, proper gastrointestinal function can reassert itself, naturally restoring the stomach’s health.*    It is also used for relieving and lessening occasional gastric and intestinal upset.*

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  • Mastiha helps alter the structure of H. pylori, rendering the bacteria susceptible to your immune system*
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Το Μαστιχέλαιο παράγεται μέσω απόσταξης  με ατμό. Είναι 100%  φυσικό προϊόν και περιέχει μία εξαιρετική ποικιλία θεραπευτικών & αρωματικών συστατικών.   Μέσω της ίδιας διαδικασίας απόσταξης παράγεται επίσης το υδατικό διάλυμα μαστίχας (Μαστιχόνερο).
Το μαστιχέλαιο, είναι ένα ρητινώδες υγρό, με υποκίτρινο χρώμα και χαρακτηριστική οσμή. Αποτελεί βασικό συστατικό σε προϊόντα υγείας και περιποίησης: αντισηπτικές κρέμες, αντιβακτηριδιακά διαλύματα, προϊόντα στοματικής υγιεινής και περιποίησης σώματος.
Χρησιμοποιείται επίσης ως άρωμα στην παραγωγή τροφίμων  (ζαχαρώδη, αρτοσκευάσματα, παγωτά, ποτά κτλ)
Το Άρωμα Μαστιχελαίου είναι αραιωμένο μαστιχέλαιο σε ελαιώδη βάση σε συγκεκριμένη περιεκτικότητα.   Ενδείκνυται για καλύτερη διασπορά και ευκολότερη χρήση.    ΠΡΟΣΟΧΗ ΑΠΟ ΠΟΥ ΤΟ ΑΓΟΡΑΖΕΤΑΙ !    ΔΙΑΒΑΣΕ  ΠΑΡΑΚΑΤΩ.


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ORGANIC  =  Organic mastiha is cultivated  without the use of any fertilizers, chemicals, pesticides etc., at all stages  of the product process.

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Organic foods are made in a way that limits or excludes the use of synthetic materials during production. For the vast majority of human history, agriculture can be described as organic; only during the 20th century was a large supply of new synthetic chemicals introduced to the food supply. This more recent style of production is referred to as “conventional.” Under organic production, the use of conventional non-organic pesticides, insecticides and herbicides is greatly restricted and saved as a last resort. However, contrary to popular belief, certain non-organic fertilizers are still used.  If livestock are involved, they must be reared without the routine use of antibiotics and without the use of growth hormones, and generally fed a healthy diet. In most countries, organic produce may not be genetically modified. It has been suggested that the application of nanotechnology to food and agriculture is a further technology that needs to be excluded from certified organic food.     Source :



Volume Measures
Metric US Equivalent
3.7ml 0.125 fl. oz.
5ml 0.169 fl. oz.
10ml 0.338 fl. oz.
30ml 1.014 fl. oz.
50ml 1.69 fl. oz.
60ml 2.029 fl.oz.
100ml 3.381 fl. oz.
120ml 4.058 fl. oz.
125ml 4.227 fl. oz.
250ml 8.453 fl. oz.
500ml 16.907 fl. oz.
950ml 32.123 fl. oz.
1L 33.814 fl. oz.
3.79L 1 US Gal.
4L 1.057 US Gal.
20L 5.284 US Gal.
Weight Measures
Metric US Equivalent
10g 0.353 oz.
50g 1.764 oz.
100g 3.527 oz.
285g 10.053 oz.
450g 15.873 oz.
454g 1 lb.
907g 31.993 oz.
500g 17.637 oz.
1kg 2.205 lb.
4kg 8.818 lb.
4.54kg 10.009 lb.
5kg 11.023 lb.
10kg 22.046 lb.
15kg 33 lb.
18kg 39.683 lb.
20kg 44.092 lb.
25kg 55.115 lb.
Metric Abbreviation Definition
ml millilitre(s)
L Litre(s)
1000ml = 1 L
g gram(s)
kg kilogram(s)
1000g = 1 kg


Η  Μαστίχα  Χίου

Η Μαστίχα είναι ο ρητινώδης χυμός που βγαίνει από τον κορμό & τα κλαδιά του μαστιχόδενδρου. Η έκκριση αυτή προκαλείται από το χάραγμα του σχίνου «το κέντημα» μ’ ένα αιχμηρό εργαλείο. Η Μαστίχα εμφανίζεται σαν δάκρυ στα χαραγμένα σημεία και ρέει κατά σταγόνες στην έτοιμη να την δεχθεί Χιακή Γη.

Η μορφή της είναι κρυσταλλική και η αρχική της γεύση είναι μάλλον πικρή, για να φύγει σύντομα, αφήνοντας ένα ιδιαίτερο άρωμα που της προσδίδει μια μοναδικότητα.

Ο βαθμός σκληρότητας της μαστίχας εξαρτάται από την θερμοκρασία της ατμόσφαιρας, τον χρόνο έκθεσής της στην φύση, καθώς και το μέγεθος που έχει το δάκρυ. Όταν η ροή της μαστίχας είναι συνεχής, το δάκρυ είναι μεγάλο και σχετικά μαλακό, ενώ η μη συνεχής ροή, αποδίδει μικρό δάκρυ, αλλά μεγαλύτερης σκληρότητας. (C) EMX

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Eνδιαφέρον των Ιαπώνων για την Μαστίχα. Μετά την Ιστορική ανακοίνωση του 1998, το ενδιαφέρον αυτό πολλαπλασιάστηκε από πολλές Ιαπωνικές εταιρίες. Μια απ’ αυτές ήταν και η πρωτοπόρος Φαρμακευτική SANSHOPHARMACEUTICALCO. LTD, η οποία έφθασε πρώτη στη Χίο και μας επισκέφτηκε το 1999. Η Δ/ντρια του Τμήματος R+D (Έρευνας και Δημιουργίας νέων προϊόντων) YokoYagi, μας αποκάλυψε και αργότερα, τον Δεκέμβριο του 1999, μας ανακοίνωσε κατά τη διάρκεια επιστημονικής ημερίδας στο Ξενοδοχείο St. GeorgeLycabettus, ότι η Μαστίχα Χίου είναι 25 φορές πιο δυνατή από το Πράσινο Τσάι. Στην έρευνά τους βρήκαν ότι η μαστίχα έχει αξιοζήλευτη δράση ενάντια στο Hpylori, από οποιοδήποτε άλλο προϊόν που χρησιμοποίησαν. © bionews 04/2007.





Inulins are a group of naturally occurring polysaccharides produced by many types of plants.   They belong to a class of fibers  known as fructants.   Inulin is used by some plants as a means of storing energy and is typically found in roots  or rhizomes. Most plants that synthesize and store inulin do not store other materials such as starch.

Processed foods

Inulin is increasingly used in processed foods because it has unusually adaptable characteristics. Its flavour ranges from bland to subtly sweet (approx. 10% sweetness of sugar/sucrose).   It can be used to replace sugar, fat, and flour. This is particularly advantageous because inulin contains a quarter to a third of the food energy  of sugar or other carbohydrates and a ninth to a sixth of the food energy of fat. While inulin is a versatile ingredient, it also has health benefits. Inulin increases calcium  absorption and possibly   magnesium  absorption, while promoting the growth of intestinal bacteria . Nutritionally, it is considered a form of  soluble fiber  and is sometimes categorized as a prebiotic. Due to the body’s limited ability to process polysaccharides, inulin has minimal increasing impact on blood sugar, and—unlike fructose—is not insulemic and does not raise triglycerides,  making it generally considered suitable for DIABETICS  and potentially helpful in managing blood sugar-related illnesses. The consumption of large quantities (particularly by sensitive or unaccustomed individuals) can lead to gas and bloating, and products which contain inulin will sometimes include a warning to add it gradually to one’s diet.


Inulin is used to help measure kidney function by determining the glomerular filtration rate (GFR).   GFR is the volume of fluid filtered from the renal  (kidney) glomerularBowman’s capsule per unit time. Source :


Dextrins are a group of low-molecular-weight carbohydrates  produced by the hydrolysis of starch.  Dextrins are mixtures of polymers  of D-glucose  units linked by α-(1,4) or α-(1,6) glycosidic  bonds.   Dextrins can be produced from starch  using enzymes  like amylases, as during digestion in the human body and during malting  and mashing,  or by applying dry heat under acidic conditions (pyrolysis or roasting). The latter process is used industrially, and also occurs on the surface of bread during the baking process, contributing to flavour, colour and crispness. Dextrins produced by heat are also known as pyrodextrins. During roasting under acid condition the starchstarch parts partially rebranches with α-(1,6) bonds to the degraded starch  molecule.  Dextrins are white, yellow or brown powders that are partially or fully water-soluble, yielding optically active solutions of low viscosity.  Most can be detected with iodine solution,  giving a red coloration; one distinguishes erythrodextrin (dextrin that colours red) and achrodextrin (giving no colour).  White and yellow dextrins from starch roasted with little or no acid is called British gum.  Maltodextrin is a short chained starch sugar, gelatin hybrid base, (dextrin), that is used as a food additive. It is produced also by enzymatic hydrolysis from gelatinated starch and is usually found as a creamy-white hygroscopic spraydried powder. Maltodextrin is easily digestible, being absorbed as rapidly as glucose,  and might either be moderately sweet  or might have hardly any flavor at all. Source :

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