Chios Mastic has been recognized and registered officially from E.M. A. ( European Medicines Agency ) as traditional natural herbal medicine & also from E.U. as PDO product ( Protected Designation Of Origin )
Expiry Date : 12/2022
100% Natural Product, Vegetarian, Vegan
Artificial Flavors & Colors, Preservatives, Additives, Sugar, GMO, Gluten.
Acne, Anti-aging, Antibacterial, Anti-inflammatory, Antioxidant, Aphrodisiac, Bloating, Cholesterol, Diabetes, Digestive Problems, Gastrointestinal Disorder, Gingivitis, Skin Diseases, Stomach Disorders.
Depending on the use, we can add salt, black pepper, spices such as nutmeg and cinnamon, lemon, but also sugar.
Aroma & Taste
The characteristic and recognizable aroma of mastic dominates, with its slightly resinous shades.
In taste, the mixture for mastic sauce is discreetly sweet, with a starchy texture.
Cooking & Pastry Uses
In recent years, Chios mastic as a spice has aroused the interest of young creative chefs.
In the form of sauce or cream, we find it in many of their recipes, not only for sweets, but also for dishes with poultry, beef or pork, while there are also suggestions for fish, such as salmon.
In Greece it is traditionally used in sweets, macaroons, syrups, buns, ice creams, cakes, jams, meat sauces, flavoring oils & honey.
The mastic liqueur is also famous, which is extremely digestive.
In cosmetology Chios Mastic is used for the preparation of perfumes, face and body creams, shampoos, toothpastes and many cosmetics and care products.
It is very helpful for deep cleansing of the skin and offers protection against aging & significantly reduces the problems of oily skin.
Also because the composition of collagen is enhanced, frequent use helps fight wrinkles and ensures greater skin elasticity.
Improves the overall appearance of the skin and deeply moisturizes it, while having a particularly positive effect on skin types with a tendency to acne and blackheads.
keep it in a cool & dry place.