Λόγω τεχνικών προβλημάτων δεν δεχόμαστε πληρωμές με paypal και πιστωτικές καρτες μέχρι να διορθωθεί το πρόβλημα.
University researches | Mastic Spa
  • Use keyboard shortcuts to navigate through the website. (7/8)

  • User guide

  • Open info page. (8/8)

  • A+
  • A
  • A-
  • A+ A A-

    Change font size. (1/8)

  • Return to the default colors of the website. (2/8)

    Change the contrast: Black text on white background. (3/8)

  • Change the contrast: White text on black background. (4/8)

    Change the contrast: Yellow text on blue background. (5/8)

  • Text to speech: Click “Play” and then click on the text you want to listen to. (6/8)

    Hot keys:

    Web accessibility aims at enabling all users to have equal access to information and functionalities on the web. More specifically, web accessibility means that people with all abilities and disabilities can perceive, understand, navigate and interact with the Web.

    Accessibility of digital information is a right technically and legally ensured in national and international level. Read more.

    Infoscope Hellas specializes in developing websites accessible to people with disabilities. We develop accessible websites from scratch or adjust existing websites following the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.

    Send feedback

    comment

    checker-image

    This website utilizes an accessibility bar for people with disabilities. To activate or deactivate it, click on the eye-button or press “0”.
    Disable notification

    University researches

    University researches

    University Researches

    Κύρια Περιγραφη

    anti-bacterial and anti-fungal action


    University Of Athens/Chair of Pharmacology


    Chemical synthesis and antibacterial activity of the essential oil extracted from the plant Pistacia Lentiscus Var Chia (mastic oil).


    Results - conclusions
    Mastic oil showed a remarkable antibacterial activity. It also revealed a very important anti-fungus activity. This very interesting antibacterial activity of the resin (mastic) will justify research on its activity against clinically isolated resistant micro-organisms.

    promotes good oral hygiene



    Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

    The activity of chios mastic in oral hygiene.
    The alteration of bacterial plaque. The aim of the paper is to examine how natural Chios mastic can prevent the damaging effect (toxicity) of the viruses gathering around the teeth.


    Results - conclusions
    1.    By systematic chewing of Chios mastic, the amount of bacterial plaque was statistically reduced to an important extent of 41.5%, compared to cases when nothing had been chewed.
    2.    The use of Chios mastic did not increase the number of leucocytes in the bacterial plaque.

    effective against stomach ulcers


    Nottingham university clinic

    Chios mastic destroys the spiral bacteria of the pylorus.
    A small dose of Mastic – 1 gram per day for two weeks – can heal peptic ulcers very fast. Mastic clearly caused important structural changes to the organism, as shown by the electrical microscope. These results show that mastic is certain to possess an anti-bacterial activity against the spiral bacteria of pylorus. This activity could at least explain the anti-ulcer activity of mastic.

    protects against dental plaque


    Meikai University Dental School - Japan (2003)

    A clinical study published in 2003 by the Dental School of Meikai University in Japan, in the Journal of Periodontology, proved that regular chewing of mastic inhibits the reproduction of bacteria responsible for periodontal conditions and the creation of plaque in the oral cavity; in parallel, it lessens gum irritation.

    action against helicobacter pylori


    Dan-kook University South Korea (2002)

    A clinical study by the Medical School of Dan-kook University in South Korea showed that the use of mastic limited Helicobacter pylori concentrations and the onset of gastritis.

    antimicrobial action

     

    Warwick University Coventry England (2005)

    A study by Warwick University in Coventry, England (5), confirms the significant antimicrobial action of the mastic oil of Chios.

     

    masticSpa

     klinikaTest