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Korakis Marinos

Korakis Marinos Set

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  • Korakis Marinos Chios Natural Gum Mastic
  • Korakis Marinos Mastic Paste with Mastic Oil, 450 g

    Korakis Marinos Chios Natural Gum Mastic:
    Mastic gum is a resin sourced from the mastic tree (Pistacia lentiscus).
    It has been harvested since the time of antique Greece.
    It is traditionally utilized as chewing gum to desalinate breath and aid in metabolism.
    Also Known As:
    In addition to teardrops of Chios, mastic gum is also called:
    • Arabic gum
    • Lentisco
    • Lentisk
    • Mastiha
    • Mastixa
    • Yemen gum
    What are the Benefits of Using Mastic Gum?:
    Taking mastic gum by mouth for 3 weeks seems to improve symptoms of indigestion, including stomach pain, upper abdominal pain, heartburn, and stomach ulcers.
    How to Use Mastic Gum?:

    Whole, raw mastic gum is typically chewed to purify breath or support relieve occasional nausea or heartburn.
    When chewed, its bitter taste will gradually soften as the resin grows pliable more and turns from a translucent yellow to an opaque white.
    The gum should be spat out when you are through with it.
    Usage Recommendation:
    Taking mastic powder by mouth for 2 weeks seems to reduce symptoms and improve healing in people with intestinal ulcers.


    Korakis Marinos Mastic Paste with Mastic Oil, 450 
  • Mastic gum (Pistacia lentiscus) is a bizarre resin from a tree grown in the Mediterranean.
    For centenaries, the resin is fit to improve digestion, oral health, and liver health.
    It comprises antioxidants that are said to support its therapeutic properties.

    How to Use Mastic Gum Paste in Cooking:
    It is regularly practiced for baking and cooking, adding its aroma to foodstuffs such as brioches, ice cream, and other desserts.
    It is well-known to the Greek, Cypriot, Syrian, and Lebanese cuisine, but newly mastic is also frequently utilized in Japanese cuisine.

    Storage conditions:
    Keep the product in a dry place away from direct sunlight and at room temperature.

The average shipping duration is 6 business days to Middle East but 2-4 business days to Europe.

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Package content:

  • Korakis Marinos Chios Natural Gum Mastic
  • Korakis Marinos Mastic Paste with Mastic Oil, 450 g

    Korakis Marinos Chios Natural Gum Mastic:
    Mastic gum is a resin sourced from the mastic tree (Pistacia lentiscus).
    It has been harvested since the time of antique Greece.
    It is traditionally utilized as chewing gum to desalinate breath and aid in metabolism.
    Also Known As:
    In addition to teardrops of Chios, mastic gum is also called:
    • Arabic gum
    • Lentisco
    • Lentisk
    • Mastiha
    • Mastixa
    • Yemen gum
    What are the Benefits of Using Mastic Gum?:
    Taking mastic gum by mouth for 3 weeks seems to improve symptoms of indigestion, including stomach pain, upper abdominal pain, heartburn, and stomach ulcers.
    How to Use Mastic Gum?:

    Whole, raw mastic gum is typically chewed to purify breath or support relieve occasional nausea or heartburn.
    When chewed, its bitter taste will gradually soften as the resin grows pliable more and turns from a translucent yellow to an opaque white.
    The gum should be spat out when you are through with it.
    Usage Recommendation:
    Taking mastic powder by mouth for 2 weeks seems to reduce symptoms and improve healing in people with intestinal ulcers.


    Korakis Marinos Mastic Paste with Mastic Oil, 450 
  • Mastic gum (Pistacia lentiscus) is a bizarre resin from a tree grown in the Mediterranean.
    For centenaries, the resin is fit to improve digestion, oral health, and liver health.
    It comprises antioxidants that are said to support its therapeutic properties.

    How to Use Mastic Gum Paste in Cooking:
    It is regularly practiced for baking and cooking, adding its aroma to foodstuffs such as brioches, ice cream, and other desserts.
    It is well-known to the Greek, Cypriot, Syrian, and Lebanese cuisine, but newly mastic is also frequently utilized in Japanese cuisine.

    Storage conditions:
    Keep the product in a dry place away from direct sunlight and at room temperature.

The average shipping duration is 6 business days to Middle East but 2-4 business days to Europe.

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