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Current research indicates that 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.*
Historically, mastic has been used as a food, and it is used widely throughout the Mediterranean today as a sweetening agent, a thickening agent, and a chewing gum. It is also used for relieving and lessening occasional gastric and intestinal upset.*
- Mastic may be able to help restore and maintain proper stomach digestive function*
- Mastic helps alter the structure of H. pylori, rendering the bacteria susceptible to your immune system*
- By inhibiting H. pylori, mastic can enhance the regeneration of epithelial cells and help restore proper function of the gastrointestinal lining*
- By reasserting proper function, mastic can help alleviate the discomfort of dyspepsia, including heartburn, nausea, gas, and bloating*
- Recommended supplemental use of mastic is 1–2 g/day, the same amounts that are consumed in foods and used in successful scientific studies
Caution: Not for use by children or by pregnant or lactating women. Not for use by anyone sensitive to any of the ingredients.
Suggested Use: Take 4 capsules before breakfast and 4 capsules optionally at bedtime (4–8 capsules per day) or as directed by your physician.
*FDA Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.