Prodcut name: Boswellia Serrata Extract Powder
Specification: 40%, 50%, 60%, 65% Boswellic Acid
Mesh size: 70-80 Mesh
Used Part: Seed
Grade: Healthcare products
Brand Name: Undersun
Test Method: TLC
Packing :25kgs/drum or 1kg/bag;
Stock in LA USA warehouse;
Boswellia serrata, also known as Indian Frankincense, is a branching tree found in dry, mountainous regions like India, Northern Africa, and the Middle East. It has been prized for centuries for its health benefits.
Boswellia serrata, also known as Indian frankincense or Salai guggal, has been used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine for centuries to treat arthritis. Boswellia serrata extract powder supports healthy joint function and mobility and maintains normal digestive function.
The people of India use the gummy resin from boswellia (guggals) for arthritis, diarrhea, dysentery, lung disease, and parasitical worms. During the last decade, extensive studies have been undertaken to better understand the action of boswellia serrata.
Boswellia serrata is most well known for its anti-inflammatory properties. It may also help with memory and mental focus and support healthy mood. Boswellia serrata extract powder may support the digestive system, promote joint health, and help fortify the immune system. It may help maintain healthy cholesterol levels and benefit the heart. It may also help relieve minor headache pain.
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Natural health practices have used boswellia for centuries to treat various chronic inflammatory disorders. The scientific research on boswellia is less developed, but it is beginning to unveil potential uses for the resin and boswellia serrata extract powder.Boswellia and its active ingredients, such as boswellic acid, appear to have a good anti-inflammatory effect on the body, according to a review article
Inflammation around the joints is the leading cause of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) symptoms. Many treatments for RA, which include nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and steroids, focus on reducing inflammation.Boswellia appears to be effective in reducing inflammation, so it may also lessen the symptoms of RA.
A 2016 review paper reports that boswellic acids might have antitumor properties and be toxic to cancerous cells. The authors conclude that this could make them helpful in future cancer treatments, though clinical trials are necessary to confirm this.
3.Inflammatory bowel disease
The anti-inflammatory effects of boswellia may also be beneficial for people with inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.
Boswellic acid may also have a role in asthma treatment. Research findings have shown that boswellic acid suppresses inflammation in the airways and inhibits the secretion of cytokines, which are markers that lead to inflammation.Thus, boswellic acid appears to block off the allergic response that causes an asthma reaction in the first place.
A 2019 study found that boswellia may be a helpful tool in medical efforts to treat Parkinson’s disease.In animal models, boswellia had an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effect, which appeared to protect neurons in the brain and improve motor function in a rat model of Parkinson’s disease.
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