Wild Siberian Larch Resin Natural Chewing Gum

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Wild Siberian Larch Natural Chewing Gum Regular Flavor - 8 Pieces
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Wild Siberian Larch Natural Chewing Gum Mint Flavor - 8 Pieces
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Overview

Wild Siberian Larch is a 100 percent natural wild harvested larch resin chewing gum made by gently filtering wild-crafted larch resin. There are absolutely no preservatives, pesticides, artificial ingredients, or chemicals added. Children will be happy because they can finally have chewing gum that is not toxic and completely natural, and parents can be happy that this natural chewing gum cleans the mouth naturally, without any added ingredients like sweeteners, preservatives, or chemicals. The traditional inhabitants of Siberia believe that larch resin has great healing power. In Siberia, larch resin was once used to treat toothaches by applying it to the teeth and gums. Unlike “normal” chewing gum, the larch resin retains its flavor and medicinal benefits for a long time—simply warm it up in your mouth for about ten seconds and then chew it just like “normal” chewing gum.

Taste and Flavors

Wild-crafted tree resin is not naturally sweet. The healing properties and refreshing properties of the resin give it a clean, pine-like flavor with a touch of natural bitterness. The taste is satisfying and once you try it you won’t want to stop chewing it. One piece of larch resin natural chewing gum provides at least twenty minutes of chewing time, as the natural healing flavor of the resin does not degrade.

Regular – Just natural tree sap chewing gum. Nothing added at all. No chemicals are used in the processing. It’s just the sap.

Mint – A natural mint essential oil gives you a blast of minty freshness at the beginning of the chew.

Precaution: Natural chewing gum is made of tree resin; therefore, it is moderately sticky. We do not recommend you use this if you have loose teeth or sensitive dental work like retainers, bridges, crowns, or anything else that might be delicate or easily bent in your mouth. Chewing resin (or any chewing gum) is not recommended for people with mercury fillings, as the chewing action increases the outgassing of the mercury fillngs.

Shipping: Larch gum qualifies for free U.S. shipping and no minimum order size to quailfy.

Satisfaction: You have ninety days to return the larch resin if you are not satisfied and receive a full refund.

How to Use Natural Chewing Gum

Directions: Warm up the product in the mouth for five to eight seconds. Chew for fifteen to twenty minutes after meals or whenever you want to. Safe if used frequently.

Larch resin protects the mouth and helps heal damage caused by smoke or pollution. Chewing the resin can strengthen the teeth and gums as well as reduce gum inflammation. Chewing larch resin will also help freshen your breath.

Special notes: Do not chew when you are hungry and do not use immediately before eating. It is safe to use this gum as often as you would like, and it is not harmful if accidently swallowed.

Precaution: Natural chewing gum is made of tree resin; therefore, it is moderately sticky and can sometimes be hard. We do not recommend you use this if you have loose teeth or sensitive dental work like retainers, bridges, crowns, or anything else that might be delicate or easily bent in your mouth.

Larch Tree

Larch Resin vs. Cedar Resin

It’s hard to explain. They both have a distinct taste—the only way you can know is to experience the difference for yourself.

The Natural Gum Difference

Other chewing gums on the market are made either partially or entirely out of butadiene-based petroleum-derived synthetic rubber. Synthetic rubber is cheaper to manufacture than natural rubber and there is more control on the sugar and flavor delivery system. Your standard chewing gum is actually considered a polymer, or a type of plastic.

Before plastic was used in your chewing gum one commonly used ingredient for chewing gum was Chicle. Chicle is a type of latex or natural rubber from the chicle and similar trees native to Mexico and Central America. Other chewing gums claiming to be natural generally contain a mixture of chicle and plastic for the gum base. One company that uses a true chicle base still has a gum that is approximately 35 percent chicle, and 65 percent sugar, including high intensity sweeteners—sweeteners that are so sweet, they can likely cause blood sugar imbalances and mineral loss, and over consistent use, can cause derangement of the body’s mineral transport mechanism.

Because all of the chewing gums I had found on the market were either full of sugar or made of plastic, and usually both, myself and my family gave up chewing gum long ago. At Traditional Foods Market you no longer need to worry about sweeteners, additives, preservatives, chemicals, or other unknown substances in your chewing gum. We now have three types of natural resin chewing gum: cedar resin, larch, and mastiha.

This Siberian larch resin is imported from Russia and filtered using a low heat method where the temperature never goes above 105 degrees Fahrenheit. There is no sugar added at all! 

The Hidden Power of Resin

Many examples have been cited of the special relationship of various traditional cultures to this wondrous substance. Did these ancient cultures know something about the tree resin that we are just beginning to understand? Frankincense and myrrh are both resins and were highly prized in ancient Egypt.

Resin is made up of plant matter, vitamins, minerals, and terpene. Terpenes are major biosynthetic building blocks within nearly every living creature. 

Tree resin is antibiotic and antiseptic. It acts intelligently and selectively, as it recognizes useful microflora to support and restore. But it destroys and recycles pathogenic microflora, which suppresses the development of beneficial microorganisms.

Resin can penetrate cell membranes and even destroy and remove from a cell not only viruses, but also poisons and toxins of varying origin—including those from intensive chemotherapy—and foreign bodies, for example, radionuclides and heavy metal salts.

When wood resin comes into contact with the human genetic system, it eliminates the destructive programs that have taken root in the genome and restores the lost natural programs. This property to some extent is possessed by all biopolymers, but the most universal in their action on the human organism are the resins of the Siberian cedar and larch.

The Larch Tree

Larch Trees

The Larch tree is a conifer that loses its leaves in the winter. Huge groves of larch trees grow in the Siberian taiga, said to be one of the ecologically purest areas of the world. The Siberian taiga is a biome characterized by coniferous forests consisting mostly of pines, spruces, and larches. The Russian larch is a hardy tree and is resistant to rot. Your larch resin chewing gum is wild crafted and comes from one of the ecologically purist places on the planet. The virgin forest of the Siberian taiga has never been treated with any chemicals or artificial fertilization, nor abused by agricultural machines. The resin is wild crafted and collected in a manner so as to support the health of the trees.

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Overview: Wild Siberian Larch is a 100 percent natural wild harvested larch resin chewing gum made by gently filtering wild-crafted larch resin. There are absolutely no preservatives, pesticides, artificial ingredients, or chemicals added. Children will be happy because they can finally have chewing gum that is not toxic and completely natural, and parents can be happy that this natural chewing gum cleans the mouth naturally, without any added ingredients like sweeteners, preservatives, or chemicals. The traditional inhabitants of Siberia believe that larch resin has great healing power. InSiberia, larch resin was once used to treat toothaches by applying it to the teeth and gums. Unlike “normal” chewing gum, the larch resin retains its flavor and medicinal benefits for a long time—simply warm it up in your mouth for about ten seconds and then chew it just like “normal” chewing gum. See Overview for a full description.
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Jeannie July 17, 2014 This is a great product and I wouldn't want to be without it, I love the interesting taste.

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