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Mastiha, the Greek Superfood

A holistic solution for a healthy gastrointestinal system

The Art of Nature philosophy

Based on the clinically proven properties of Chios Mastiha and within the framework of a holistic approach for a healthy gastointestinal system we have developed the line of premium health products Art of Nature. The brand covers the following 3 key areas of Mastiha benefits: Gastrointestinal system, Oral hygiene, Skin Care.

“Αll disease begins in the gut”

Hippocrates, circa 340 bc

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Natural care for the whole
digestive system

1. Mouth

Chios mastiha helps maintain oral hygiene while taking care of teeth and gums.

2. Esophagus

Mastiha with its soothing anti-inflammatory action provides relief from the heartburn feeling.

3. Stomach

Mastiha reliefs from stomach disorders, dyspepsia and pain.

4. Intestines

Mastiha has the ability to eliminate the symptoms of intestinal diseases.

more than

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clinical studies have shown that Chios mastiha has a beneficial effect on the whole digestive system and contributes to its well-being.

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published scientific research studies confirm that Chios mastiha is a highly active natural ingredient.

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The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has assigned Chios Mastiha an EU Herbal Monograph as a TRADITIONAL HERBAL MEDICINE used for the symptomatic treatment of minor inflammations of the skin and mild dyspeptic disorders.

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The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) recognizes the following health claims for Chios Mastiha: …contributes to a healthy gastrointestinal system…and …has a beneficial effect on oral hygiene.

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