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  Glee Gum - All natural chewing gum and educational kits for kids
Glee Gum - All natural chewing gum and educational kits for kids
Natural Chewing Gum and Educational Kits For Kids
Glee Gum is all natural chewing gum made with sustainably harvested rainforest chicle.
www.gleegum.com   (97 words)

  Natural gum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Natural gums are polysaccharides of natural origin, capable of causing a large viscosity increase in solution, even at small concentrations.
Mastic gum, a chewing gum from ancient Greece
Spruce gum, a chewing gum of American Indians
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Natural_gum   (98 words)

 Xanthan gum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Xanthan gum is a natural gum polysaccharide used as a food additive and rheology modifier.
One of the most remarkable properties of xanthan gum is its capability of producing a large increase in the viscosity of a liquid by adding a very small quantity of gum of the order of one percent.
Unlike other gums it is very stable under a wide range of temperatures and pH, and is accepted as a safe food additive in USA and Europe, with E number E415.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Xanthan_gum   (406 words)

 Beverage clouding agents based on natural gum resins - United States Patent 3,959,510
The gum resins have densities sufficiently greater than 1.00 so that the solutions of the gum resins in the oils can be suspended as a dispersion in aqueous solution to yield stable, cloudy beverages simulating both the appearance and taste as well as pulpy mouth-feel of the natural juices themselves.
For most purposes, the natural gum resin-oil blend is converted to an emulsion termed a "balanced cloud emulsion" by emulsifying with water, a preservative, and a water-soluble gum or starch which acts as the stabilizing agent.
Alternatively, the natural gum resin-oil blend may be taken up in an alcohol such as ethyl alcohol, propylene glycol, or glycerol to form a balanced cloud solution or dispersion which may be used in a manner similar to that in which the balanced cloud emulsion is used.
xrint.com /patents/us/3959510   (3445 words)

 Tupelo Gum Pond Natural Area
Natural areas are important benchmarks to evaluate environmental change and serve as reservoirs of the state biological diversity.
Natural areas often provide essential habitat for rare and endangered plants and animals.
The Missouri Natural Areas Committee is an interagency committee, consisting of representatives of the Missouri Department of Conservation, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, USDA Forest Service, and the National Park Service which coordinate the classification, inventory, designation, and stewardship of natural areas in Missouri.
mdc.mo.gov /areas/natareas/p88-1l.htm   (738 words)

 Chewing Gum - Background, Raw Materials, The Manufacturing, Quality Control
Chewing gum is a sweetened, flavored confection composed primarily of latex, both natural and artificial.
The manufacture of chewing gum in the United States has come a long way from loggers chopping off wads of spruce gum for chewing pleasure, yet the base of the gum remains the sap of various rubber trees, or, in most cases, a synthetic substitute for such sap.
Increasingly, natural resins other than chicle have been used because chicle is in extremely short supply: a chicle tree yields only 35 ounces (one kilogram) of chicle every three to four years, and no chicle plantations were ever established.
www.madehow.com /Volume-1/Chewing-Gum.html   (2320 words)

 Rubber & Chicle Photos
Chicle gum is extracted from the sap of the trunk and is used in some natural chewing gums to this day.
In fact, water-soluble plant gums are commonly used as thickening agents and emulsifiers, such as guar gum and gum tragacanth.
Gum arabic, a natural thickening agent and emulsifier from the powdered sap of Acacia senegal.
waynesword.palomar.edu /ecoph13.htm   (3038 words)

 Studies on Gum from Grevillea robusta as a Wood Adhesive
The gum is a water-soluble, brown coloured substance.
The collected gum was transferred into a beaker and water added 10mls at a time till all the gum was dissolved into a thick paste.
Gum exudates from the Genus Grevillea (Proteaceae), Carbohydrate Ploymers.
www.afae.org /html/gumstudies.html   (899 words)

 Gum Tragacanth
The primary source of gum tragacanth is the desert highlands of northern and western Iran, particularly the Zagros Mountains region.
In Iran, the gum is harvested seasonally by making an incision on the upper part of the taproot and collecting the exuding gum.
The natural polysaccharide thickening agent called gum tragacanth is obtained from the sap of this plant.
waynesword.palomar.edu /ecoph34.htm   (975 words)

 eBay Guides - All Natural Skin Care Ingredients Directory A-K
ACACIA GUM: Harvested from the stem or trunk of the acacia tree.
It is all-natural, with a delicate honey-sweet aroma.
This natural acid is a pH adjuster and acts as a natural preservative and anti-oxidant.
reviews.ebay.com /All-Natural-Skin-Care-Ingredients-Directory-A-K_W0QQugidZ10000000000138764   (2104 words)

 Glee Gum - All Natural Chewing Gum
Glee Gum is: Vegetarian, Additive Free, Lactose Free, Dairy Free, Wheat Free, Gluten Free, Casein Free, Egg Free, Yeast Free, Nut Free, and Peanut Free.
Glee Gum Tangerine and Glee Gum Cinnamon are soy free.
The story behind chewing gum is a flavorful one, complete with an unlikely partnership between a famous Mexican general and an American inventor, wild get-rich-quick schemes, and the mastication habits of a lost civilization.
www.gleegum.com /glee-gum.htm   (747 words)

 Cures for Gum Disease - Neem Oil
Neem is a most effective gum disease treatment - the two most common forms of gum disease are Gingivitis and Periodontitis.
Whilst trial results in other countries have proved the curative powers of Neem on gum disease these claims cannot be made in the UK until tests have been completed here.
One of the first noticeable signs of gum disease is bleeding gums, and if this does not diminish considerably or cease within 10 days we will give a full refund.
www.neemgenie.co.uk /gum-disease.html   (756 words)

 L - arabinose, natural emulsifiers, Gum Ghatti, Gum Guar, Gum Karaya, mumbai, bombay, india, exporters, importers, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Gum Ghatti is the amorphous translucent exudate of the Anogeissus Latifolia tree of the Combretaceae family.
Gum Ghatti does not dissolve in water to give a clear solution but rather over 90% of the gum disperses in water to form a colloidal dispersion.
Gum Ghatti is a moderately viscous gum lying intermediate between Arabic and Karaya.
www.krystal-colloids.com /ghatti.html   (710 words)

 Gum to beat bad breath the next functional food fad
Research already carried out on natural antibacterial agents from plant sources that suppress oral pathogens had found they inhibited the growth of bacteria responsible for cavities and periodontal infections.
Twenty minutes after the subjects stopped chewing the gum, their saliva was tested and compared with samples collected before chewing began.
The compressed gum is made at low pressure and low temperatures, presenting possibilities of new combinations, said Gumlink at the sweets and biscuits fair ISM in Cologne, Germany last month.
www.foodnavigator-usa.com /news/ng.asp?n=51077-gum-to-beat   (729 words)

 TIC Gums - #1 Preferred Supplier of Hydrocolloids
Gum Arabic BEV-202 is used as an emulsifier of flavor emulsion concentrates and can be used in many food applications—beverages, confections and baking.
Gum Arabic FT powder was shown to help bubbles form on the surface of instant beverages such as hot chocolate and cappuccino, when the powder was mixed with hot water.
Gum Arabic FT powder can be dispersed without lumping and virtually no dust, allowing for both time and cost savings to manufacturers.
www.ticgums.com /store/Pressreleases01.asp   (3518 words)

 Textile Gum for Printing Polyester Fabrics, Carboxy Methyl Tamarind
Natural gum 600 is suitable for disperse printing of polyester fabrics.
Take required quantity of gum powder for preparation of stock paste and add slowly under vigorous stirring using high speed stirrer into cold water for 30 to 40 minutes.
Take required quantity of gum powder for preparation of stock paste and add slowly under vigorous stirring using high speed stirrer in to cold water for 15 to 20 minutes.
www.printing-thickeners.com /naturalgum600.htm   (237 words)

 Guar, Guar Gum & Guar Gum Powder manufacturers, suppliers, exporters of Guar, Guar Gum & Guar Gum Powder
Manufacturer and exporter of natural guar gum, modified guar gum, guar gum powder, guar bean powder, plain guar gum powder, food grade guar gum powder.
Engaged in export of guar gum powder, natural guar gum, plain guar gum powder, food grade guar gum powder and guar bean powder.
Engaged in supplying of guar gum in the form of guar gum powder, guar gum paste, natural guar gum and guar gum split widely used in industrial and food applications.
www.indiandata.com /guar_gum.html   (612 words)

 VitaMyr Story, natural periodontal fighter
As medical professionals reexamine natural remedies, it is becoming apparent that a variety of nutrients meet the criteria described above, that is, many nutrients can aid in cell reproduction, immunity, and wound repair while inhibiting the inflammation and bacterial growth which causes peridontal disease.
It is also known that folic acid reduces gum inflammation and bleeding caused by gum disease (periodontal disease), as well as binding to toxins secreted by bacteria in plaque.
It has a soothing effect on sore gum tissue, due to the eugenol that is contained in the clove oil, has long been known.
vitaminlady.com /VitaMyr/Vmyrstory.htm   (1011 words)

 Gum Disease :: Gum Pain :: Proven Natural Remedy
The first step in our method of healing gum disease is to identify natural, non-synthetic and raw ingredients that carry the vibrational frequencies effective in counteracting gum pain, gum infection and tooth pain.
We also have natural oils that are known to regenerate skin growth, and perhaps gum tissue (we are still working on this).
Gum disease is a threat to your oral health.
www.ascendedhealth.com /gum-disease   (2644 words)

 ESRC Society Today - RES-143-25-0007 - Chewing Gum: Transnational Histories of Consumption and Production
Chicle, the primary ingredient of natural chewing gum, is still produced on a small scale in the Yucatan peninsular of Mexico, but it has an illustrious history.
After 1950 chicle-based gum was largely replaced by synthetic alternatives, and most of the forest workers who tapped the resin were thrown into other activities.
Natural gum is superior in quality to synthetic gums but difficult for consumers to obtain.
www.esrc.ac.uk /ESRCInfoCentre/Plain_English_Summaries/environment/equity/index15.aspx?ComponentId=15338&SourcePageId=11634   (806 words)

 GourmetSleuth - Chicle (Gum)
Chicle is a natural gum collected from the Sapodilla tree and is made into the most popular chewing gum in Mexico.
The chewing gum industry has long since exhausted the supplies of natural chicle so most gum is now made of synthetic blends of rubber, resins and oils.
Originally, chicle -natural chewing gum- is the milky juice, or latex of the “chicozapote”, or sapodilla tree (Manilkara zapota), found in the tropical forest of the Yucatán Peninsula, Belize, and northern Guatemala.
www.gourmetsleuth.com /chicle.htm   (458 words)

 Welcome to the Jeanne Rose Web Site for all your Aromatherapy Needs
It is the solid amber residue obtained after the distillation of crude turpentine (gum rosin), or of naphtha extract from Pine stumps (wood rosin) used in adhesives, varnishes, inks, etc. and for treating the bows of stringed instruments.
Often the terms gum, resin, resinoid, essential oil are used to describe the steps in the processing of natural exudates from plants, such as Myrrh and Frankincense.
The globs of gum exude from the excision.
www.jeannerose.net /articles/gums_resins_resinoids.html   (914 words)

 Gum Disease: End periodontal disease
Our natural product is an outstanding solution for gum disease, gingivitis and bleeding gums because by eliminating the problem bacteria, you also root out the cause of chronic bad breath.
Gum disease affects the tissues that surround and support your teeth.
Gum disease is caused by plaque, a sticky film of bacteria that constantly forms on the teeth.
www.oramd.com   (1041 words)

 Gum Acacia to Replace Modified Starches   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Until recently, the darker color and off flavor of gum acacia have prevented it’s use in the flavor encapsulation industry.
ISC has developed a method for gently and naturally removing the color and flavor from gum acacia resulting in a highly functional, tasteless, light colored material we call Superwhite Gum Acacia.
No interruptions in supply are expected in the foreseeable future and with the giant leaps forward in the cultivation of gum acacia it is highly unlikely that one will ever occur.
www.iscgums.com /star2gum.htm   (276 words)

 Cloud Nine Inc.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Modern industries have changed the nature of chewing gum, due to the growing popularity of chewing gum, especially in the last fifty years.
When you see the phrase "gum base" listed as an ingredient on a package of chewing gum, you might wonder what it is, since there is no disclosure of the ingredients in "gum base." We do know that "gum base" is a combination of plastic, rubber, latex, petroleum by-products and other artificial ingredients.
Speakeasy Natural Gum is made with chicle as the base.
www.aarrgghh.com /cloudninecandy/gumFlyer.htm   (496 words)

 American Floral Endowment - Blue Gum Psyllid Biological Control Progress Report — September 1992
Study the biology of the blue gum psyllid, Ctenarytaina eucalypti, in California Eucalyptusplantantions.
Develop a sampling procedure for the blue gum psyllid and its natural enemies.
Release and evaluate the efficacy of natural enemies of the blue gum psyllid in CaliforniaEucalyptus plantations.
endowment.org /archives/1992/09/blue-gum-psyllid-biological-control-progress-report-september-1992   (587 words)

 Gum Disease l Gum Disease Treatment
As one of the most Respected names in natural health remedies, Mike’s opinion was One I definitely had to have.
Gums that are tender,swollen,red and discomfort when chewing food.
Consists of 100% all-natural and nutritional ingredients — two of which are among the worlds most powerful: Morinda citrifolia and tincture of violets with over 96 nutritional ingredients.
www.1stultimategumsolution.com   (1582 words)

 Periodontal Gum Disease Natural Prevention - Your best dental insurance   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It is a very serious, irreversible condition wherein plaque bacteria deepens the pockets or openings between the gum and roots of your teeth.
At this stage of gum disease, professional dental treatment is necessary.
Research shows that three out of four adults will be affected by some form of gum disease, but Orarex MCF can help you maintain healthy gums with natural ingredients that work gently, but effectively, and do not produce side effects.
www.healthy-sc.com /gumdisease.htm   (443 words)

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Pop a few squares of this pleasantly mild peppermint gum for an all-natural chewing experience.
Pop a few squares of this delightful cinnamon gum for an all natural chewing experience.
Chicle is the sap of the Sapodilla tree that grows in the rainforests of Central America.
www.artisansweets.com /c-gum   (235 words)

 Natural Gum Chicle Prensa   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Our gum contains no plastic or rubber, which is commonly used to make gum base in most chewing gums, tapping chicle gum from rainforest trees is non-detrimental to the life of the tree or to the environment.
Upon consumption of this product, it helps to protect the rainforest of the Great Petén and apart from this, at the time of disposal, it does not contaminate the environment.
natural chicle gum base (from rainforest trees), evaporated cane juice, rice syrup, filtered water, natural flavor oil (no propylene glycol) and natural colors.
www.chicle.com.mx /speakeasy/spkeng.html   (168 words)

 Soft Tissue Grafts for Treating Gum Disease
During this procedure, the periodontist takes gum tissue from the palate or another donor source to cover the exposed root in order to even the gum line and reduce sensitivity...
Periodontal procedures are available to stop further dental problems and gum recession, and/or to improve the esthetics of your gum line.
Soft tissue grafts can be used to cover roots or develop gum tissue where absent due to excessive gingival recession.
www.perio.org /consumer/grafts.htm   (340 words)

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