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Mastic Gum Elma is an oral hygiene chewing gum.

  • Has a natural, sugar-free, and aspartame-free base.
  • Has powerful anti-bacterial action.
  • Benefits include helping prevent the formulation of dental plaque and tartar.
  • Each box contains 5 packs of 10 chewing gums.
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Elma Mastic Chewing Gum - Combats Plaque & Tartar Formation

Mastic Gum Elma is an oral hygiene product that is both traditional and advanced. In a modern, deliciously natural, sugar-free, and aspartame-free gum, our mastic chewing gum provides all the scientifically recognized properties of the island of Chios' renowned mastic and its essential oil.

What is Mastic Chewing Gum?

Mastic gum contains a resin that is sourced from the mastic tree, also known as Pistacia lentiscus. This resin has been harvested since the days of ancient Greece. While the resin can be used in chewing gum, it's also possible to purchase it in tablet or capsule form or as an oil.

The harvest season for mastic gum occurs from July to October. During the harvesting, incisions are created in the tree bark so the resin can be sapped. The sap looks like a teardrop, which is why mastic gum has received the nickname "teardrops of Chios." This makes sense since Chios is a Greek Island where the mastic tree grows in abundance, leading to a big industry of harvesting in that region.

What's Special About Greek Mastic Chewing Gum?

Many other sugar-free gum options come with aspartame as one of the ingredients. However, there's a lot of concern over the use of aspartame in sugar-free chewing gum. In fact, there are potential side effects connected with aspartame. Because of the way this chemical is created, the amino acids don't break down normally in the body. Instead, all of them are absorbed into the bloodstream.

Additionally, there is a high methanol content found in aspartame. While this substance can be found in other products, it's often bound to pectin, allowing the compound to be excreted safely. But, when used with aspartame, the methanol is bound to the phenylalanine molecules. And when the bond breaks, free methanol is created. Sadly, free methanol turns into formaldehyde, leading to trouble within the body.

Our formulation provides sugar-free gum without aspartame to ensure your safety. Instead, this aspartame-free gum uses xylitol as its sweetener.

The benefits of xylitol have been well-documented. Those benefits include stimulating the immune system, combating obesity and glycemic issues and infections, and encouraging healthy digestion.

If you want sugar-free gum without aspartame, it makes sense to opt for mastic gum with xylitol instead. With the benefits of the xylitol combined with the reported advantages of using Elma chewing gum, you gain an all-around better option for your well-being.

Mastic Chewing Gum Benefits

Choosing chewing gum without aspartame may provide several benefits that you might not have thought about. Here are a few possible benefits to consider.

More research is needed to determine all of the benefits associated with Elma gum.

Fights Plaque and Tartar Buildup

One of the main reasons to use gum without aspartame or sugar is to promote better dental health. The ingredients in Elma mastic gum have been shown to benefit your oral health.

One study shows that chewing mastic gum may help prevent cavities. The study monitored participants after 15 minutes and found those who chewed the gum showed lower bacterial levels in the mouth. What's even more impressive is that after 135 minutes, the bacteria levels were even lower. A placebo was also used as a control, but those participants didn't receive the same results.

In another study, 20 students in dental school found that chewing mastic gum created lower levels of bacteria in the mouth — the same bacteria that may cause gum disease and plaque if not controlled.

If you are using healthy sugar-free gum to promote better dental health, it's important to chew the gum for at least 15 minutes, three times a day. Ideally, you would want to chew it after meals.

Combats Indigestion and Stomach Ulcers

This healthy chewing gum may also be able to promote better digestive health. In one study of people who were using mastic gum, there was an improvement in experiences of stomach pain and indigestion. In this study, 350 mg of mastic gum was given to participants three times daily.

Another study followed nearly 40 people who showed an improvement in stomach distress symptoms from using mastic gum. In this study, 1 gram of mastic was given daily and symptoms of discomfort and distress reduced within two weeks. Those in the study taking a placebo didn't get the same results.

H. pylori bacteria can also lead to dangerous infections in the body. However, a 2010 study suggests that mastic gum may assist in reducing H. pylori infections. More research shows that the oil from mastic gum contains antibacterial effects to treat H. pylori that are resistant to standard antibiotics.

Another study suggests that mastic gum is helpful against bowel and digestional discomfort. In this clinical trial, mastic gum led to improvements in multiple areas for those suffering from active digestive issues. Additionally, research indicates over three months that people suffering from bowel discomfort saw significant improvement. In this study, the participants were given 2.8 g of mastic each day.

To improve digestive health, it might be beneficial to take 350 mg of mastic gum three times daily.

Freshens Breath

While there’s plenty of gum for bad breath, there's something unique about mastic gum and xylitol. While we've shown how mastic gum can reduce bacteria that lead to bad breath, there's another ingredient in this formula that promotes better breath: xylitol.

Xylitol has been shown in numerous studies to assist in further reducing bacteria.

In fact, xylitol reduces the potential for tooth decay and may help combat early tooth decay. In between brushing your teeth, consider using antibacterial chewing gum in the meantime.

Side Effects of Elma Mastic Chewing Gum

The research performed on mastic gum has revealed no dangerous or significant side effects in healthy individuals at this time. However, it's always important that you perform your own research before you start taking a new supplement. It's also wise to discuss the regimen with your healthcare professional.

At this time, it's unknown if there are any prescriptions or herbal remedies that interact negatively with mastic gum. If you are taking other medications and you want to use this sugar-free chewing gum, speak with a healthcare professional first. After evaluating your health conditions, daily regimen, and health goals, your provider will be able to better determine if mastic gum is right for you.

Additionally, there have been no studies conducted on children, mothers who are breastfeeding or pregnant women. All of these people should avoid using mastic gum until more research is conducted.

It's important to note that the mastic tree is part of the Pistacia plant family. This categorization also houses the pistachio tree, otherwise known as Pistacia vera. Because of potential allergies, it's best to avoid mastic gum if you are allergic to nuts of any kind until you speak with your doctor.

If you notice any usual side effects after taking mastic gum for fresh breath, you want to stop using it immediately. Speak with your healthcare provider about the side effects you are dealing with to determine if they are from the mastic gum or another source. Only once the supplement has been cleared for use by a professional should you start taking it again.

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.
Composition

Gum base, natural chios mastiha, xylitol, sorbitol, glycerin, natural mastic oil, menthol, gum arabic, titanium dioxide, polishing wax.

5 packs each containing 10 pieces of sugar-free chewing gum.

Directions for use
Recommended use: Chewing Mastic Gum between meals helps maintain and restore oral hygiene while preventing insidious periodontal inflammation which can lead to gum disease and tooth loss.
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References
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  2. Zong, G., Holtfreter, B., Scott, A. E., Volzke, H., € Petersmann, A., Dietrich, T., Newson, R. S. & Kocher, T. (2016) Serum vitamin B12 is inversely associated with periodontal progression and risk of tooth loss: a prospective cohort study. Journal of Clinical Periodontology 43, 2–9.
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