Where is Mastic Gum Found? Greece!
Mastic gum or “Mastika” was originally found and produced on the Greek island of Chios. When chewed, the mastic gum chewable resin softens and turns white, and it has a natural scent like pine. The bark is the source of this powerful and beneficial resin that has plenty of benefits to the body. In Greece, the resin is named “tears of chios” because the clear resin drips off of the tree bark like tears.
The Many Uses of Mastic Gum
Mastic gum is used in many industries, including the food and drink industry. Mastic gum is used in bulk as an ingredient in chewing gum. Outside of the food and drink industry, Mastic Gum is a staple in holistic and ayurvedic households. It can be found in the form of powders, extracts, oils, capsules, tablets, and pills.
Mastic Gum Quick-Release Capsules
Horbaach Mastic Gum 1500mg 120 Capsules are a Non-GMO supplement, packaged and lab tested for quality in a GMP Certified USA facility. In addition, this supplement is free of common allergens, including gluten, lactose, milk, yeast, wheat, artificial sweetener, artificial flavor, and preservatives.
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily||Value|
(Pistacia lentiscus) (resin)
|1,500 mg (1.5 g)||*|
Other Ingredients: Gelatin Capsule, Rice Powder, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate, Silica.
Directions: For adults, take three (3) quick release capsules daily between a meal.
Warning: If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medications or have any medical condition, consult your doctor before use. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if any adverse reactions occur. Please see product label for full warning.