After a long research, I post this article to help anyone who suffer from gastritis, H-Pylori, ulcer, GERD, crohn’s disease or any stomach problem…
Mastic is a resin obtained from the mastic tree (Pistacia Lentiscus var. Chia). Originaly it is come from the Greek island of Chios. Mastic has been used as a chewing gum and a medicinal food in Mediterranean cultures for many centuries. Mastic appears as tear scratches and falls to the ground in drops. When secretion has a sticky and clear liquid to solidify into irregular shapes after 15-20 days. The form, after solidified, is crystalline and the original is rather bitter taste, to leave soon, leaving a distinctive fragrance that gives uniqueness.
Mastic Gum Benefits:
Mastic can be used for stomach and intestinal ulcers, breathing problems, blood circulation and any bacterial infections. Mastic might help reduce stomach acid and may protect the lining of the stomach and intestine. The mastic gum is also a natural stimulant of male sexuality. In the past the gum administered to patients with renal insufficiency, or even for burns and skin diseases, as it has healing effects.
A study by scientists from the Hospital of Nottingham in Britain showed that even a small amount of Chios mastic (one gram per day) for two weeks can suppress the action of Helicobacter pylori and heal the ulcer. Mastic antimicrobial action, can eliminate H. pylori from the stomach of people who suffer from infection that causes by this bug.
Chios Island Mastic Gum Benefits Documentary: