What are the side effects of boswellia?
Dec 14, 2020

Boswellia, a common ingredient supplements for joint health, appears to be generally well-tolerated. In clinically studies, the most common side effects have been gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea and stomach pain. Occasionally, however, other side effects have been reported. For details, see the Concerns and Cautions section of the Joint Health Supplements Review, which includes our tests, comparisons, and Top Picks for boswellia, glucosamine, chondroitin, and MSM supplements

boswellia extract benefits

Boswellia is safe when ingested by mouth for up to six months. While Boswellia has numerous pain relief and anti-inflammatory benefits, there are a handful of possible side effects that can occur. Studies have documented patients have experienced nausea, diarrhea, bloating, acid reflux, heartburn, and allergic reactions. Boswellia may interact with medications as well, so be sure to consult your healthcare provider before using it.

A Healthcare Professional's Nutrition company called Metagenics developed a dietary supplement called Inflavonoid Intensive Care, featuring Boswellia extracts, in combination with bioavilable curcumin and xanthohumol and Ginger. With 120 capsules per container, these capsules can help support the body's response to oxidatvie stress and other stressors, as well as helping support the body's immune system, relieving pain, and reducing inflammation in the body. We recommend taking 2 capsules with food, allowing yourself at least 1 hour for the capsules to take effect.

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