'MAYDI GUM'- FRANKINCENSE CHEWING GUM @$11
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✨💛MAYDI CHEWING GUM💛✨✨🕌PURE FRANKINCENSE RESIN🕌
Having never been a 'gum-chewer', it took me awhile to even trial this gum, but after experiencing the joys of chewing this Medicinal Tree Resin, I can claim myself as converted.
This is actually pure Frankincense Tree Resin. Nothing else added, although in future I will experiment with dipping them in honey or ground bee 🐝 pollen.
Now, you can't just go chewing on any old Frankincense Resin, as you'll find it a powdery mess that sticks to your teeth. This is a specialty Somalian Frankincense known as 'Boswellia Fereana', and it is rare and even more expensive than other Frankincense, due to its scarcity and difficulty in cultivation. Highly prized for its incense, it is even more invaluable for its increasing popularity as 'chewing gum', as well as a 'nootropic ' to boost - enhancing cognitive effects, specifically Memory.
Frankincense freshens the mind, boosting cerebral circulation and promoting clear, balanced thinking. Chewing Frankincense will improve the strength and quality of the voice. It promotes truth-telling and speaking from the heart. Frankincense has a long history of use as a powerful antiseptic and will rejuvenate the oral cavity, leaving your gums, teeth, and throat fresh and clean after chewing. It can be incredibly healing for inflammatory and/or bacterial oral conditions such as mouth ulcers and gingivitis. Chewing Frankincense is stimulating and healing to the digestive processes as well. It clears stagnation and ushers out excess gas, relieving the pain of colic.
Unlike normal gum, it can be reused many times over and one piece can last many days. It goes all crisp and brittle when exposed to air, but when you pop it back into your mouth, the crisp slivers melt back down into a creamy gum that secretes endless bursts of Medicine
It's a tough chew, a decent jaw workout. I suggest you go slow on first chew as the grades of quality vary and I have found some harder bits that initially alarmed me, as I thought it was a sliver of broken tooth. No, just a tough shard! So take it easy on your first time dissolving those crystals.