Mastic powder. Pure. Natural Chios gum mastic ground

100% pure natural mastic ground in powder, without additives, without chemicals.

The use of mastic was widespread even in ancient times. Mastic was used as natural medicine for stomach ache and for controlling cholesterol levels and diabetes. Nowadays, its use is becoming again very popular. Mastic is a harmless natural product and has no side effects. Recently, it was scientifically proven that it cures the stomach ulcer and H pylori.

Mastic exept its use as medicine is also widely used to improve taste in cooking and bakery.

The natural gum mastic is ground by us, using only top quality natural mastic with no addition of other substances.

Our top quality ground mastic can be used as natural medicine and for other uses.

The natural gum mastic of Chios is recognised as a natural medicine (HPMC) also by the European Medicines Agency (ΕΜΑ).


We supply a dosage spoon with purchases of mastic powder.


The price is found in the drop down list, after the symbol ''+''


For ease of use and safety we put the ground Chios gum mastic in plastic jars for 30g, 60g, 120g and 250g, or in plastic containers for quantities more than 500gr


instructions for mastic powder use 


Natural Mastic of Chios is gluten free and allergen free

Availlable in: 30g=1.01oz,  60g= 2.03oz,  120g= 4.06oz,  250g= 8.82oz,  500g=1.1lb, 1000gr= 2.2lb

1lb = 453 gr.   1 oz=29.6 gr.    1000gr = 1 kg     1kg = 2.2046 lb 


Attention: During summer time the heat in Greece (and possibly in your country) may reach very high temperatures. As a result, because our ground mastic is 100% mastic without any additives, it may stick together. In this case please put it for a few hours in the deep freezer and then tap it (while in the jar) on a hard surface, so it will become powder again.

If the mastic powder is exposed to very high heat for prolonged time it might become a yellow lump. If you make it powder again it will be perfectly allright to use, since mastic starts loosing some of its properties only if it is heated above 80 degrees Celsius (176 Fahrenheit).


Mastic is gluten free

Mastic (or masticha, or mastiha, or mastika) is a natural product that comes from mastic trees. It is a natural resin, off white colour, semi transparent. As it comes out of the tree trunk sometimes is forming drops, or "tears" as we call them.

The mastic tree is an evergreen bush 1,5-3,5m tall. It has an irregular shaped trunk (light grey when young and grey-reddish when older) with a lot of branches. Its scientific name is "Pistacia Lentiscus var. Chia" The mastic tree lives about a hundred years and is fully grown after about 40-50 years. It starts giving its resin (mastic) from 5-6 years old. After about 15 years, produces from 60 to 200 grams and in very exceptional cases up to 400 grams of mastic. Mastic tree thrives and gives mastic only in the south part of the island of Chios and nowhere else in the world. According to theories it only gives mastic there, due to under water volcanoes, the mild and dry climate and the lime consisting soil which has high drainage properties.

The preparation of the mastic tree and collection of mastic is a laborious job that starts at the beginning of June, and is carried on until December. From ancient times mastic has been used as a natural medicine. A leaf fossil from a mastic tree has been found dating six million years.

Mastic oil and other sub products are produced from mastic and are they used widely in medicine, pharmaceutical industry, dentistry, and industry in general. e

Mastiha is used as a natural and hygienic chewing gum, excellent for teeth cleaning and traditionally used as medicine for stomach ache, stomach ulcer, diabetes, cholesterol etc. Recently mastic is used again in pharmaceutical industry for the therapy of stomach ulcer and general stomach disorders.

In recent years, university researchers have provided the scientific evidence for the medicinal properties of mastic.

In 2015 mastic was recognised as a natural medicine (HPMC) by the European Medicines Agency (ΕΜΑ)

Mastic (or masticha, mastiha, mastika, Мастикс, pryskyřice pistácie lentišku, Mastiks, Mastix, Mastic tree resin, Lentisco, resina de, mastiks, mastiksipistaasi, hartsi, Mastiks, pisztáciagyanta, lentisco resina, mastikà, Mastikas pistācijas sveķi, reżina tad-Deru, Mastiekboom, hars (mastiek), Mastyks, Mastique, Mastix, mastiks)