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Boswellia

 

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Boswellia is the gooey resin of the boswellia tree. Boswellia is an Ayurvedic plant which have anti-inflammatory triterpenoids called boswellic acids. Boswellic acid and its spinoff have anti-carcinogenic, anti-tumor, and blood lipid lowering activities. Boswellia Extract is similaration to 65% boswellic acids, with the researched clinical dose used to support joint health and mobility. Boswellia Extract is concentrated from the exceptionally processed resins and gums of the Boswellia serratta tree. The advantages of boswellia are because of the presence of four triterpene acids, especially Beta boswellic acid. This Boswellia Extract is cautiously standardized to contain at least 65% boswellic acids.

Dried extracts of the resin of the Boswellia serrata tree have been used since antiquity in India to treat inflammatory conditions. Boswellia has many cholesterol and triglyceride lowering qualities. One of the principal ingredients in the gum resin is boswellic acid that flaunts anti-inflammatory activity. Boswellia serrata is a gradually large branching tree that grows in the hilly regions of India. It grows to a height of about 12 ft (4 m). The tacky resin, or sap, from the tree is also called Indian frankincense, Indian olibanum, dhup, and salai guggul.

Boswellia serrata is a related tree which grows in parts of North Africa, The resin from this tree is called frankincense. Boswellia has been used extremely in Ayurveda for joint support and to provide an extensive sense of well-being. Also known as "Salai Guggul," it is like its cousin. Guggul in offering overall health and immunomodulating benefits. Boswellia Serrata Gum Resin is widely used as an incense because of its very unique fragrance.

The gum resin is used as an ointment for sores and has anti-inflammatory, antiatherosclerotic and antiarthritic activities. The nonphenolic fraction of the gum resin had marked somniferous and analgesic action. The gum is a well known household fumigant and is used as an anti-inflammatory agent when applied externally. Internally, in addition being antiarthritic, it has expectorant effects. It also reduces body weight. Boswellia extract daily value not established as joint pain is so enervating, Glucosamine and Chondroitin alone are not sufficient. This powerful formula comprises several additional herbal extracts, including boswellia extract, and nutrients that play a role in joint health.