A natural anti-inflammatory and pain-reliever tablet. Helps prevent breakdown of connective tissue and improves blood supply to the joints.*
- Product Highlights
• Herbal pain relief*
• Healthy natural alternative
• Helps prevent breakdown of connective tissue*
• Extremely safe - low risk of minimal side effects
• Improves blood supply to joints*
• Ongoing research at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Boswellia Extract is one of the most useful and powerful improved herbal products developed in recent years. The raw sap of the Boswellia serrata tree contains about 7% active compounds. Our high grade extract contains almost 10 times that amount which provides a true therapeutic dose from just a few tablets. Benefits accrue with daily use.
Highly recommended with Joint Health Capsules.
with meals according to personal need.
Please note: Consult your healthcare professional before
taking this product if you are pregnant or nursing.
|Guaranteed Springtime Analysis|
|Boswellia serrata extract, 60%||500 mg/tablet|
|Other ingredients: dicalcium phosphate, microcrystalline cellulose, croscarmellose sodium, stearic acid, magnesium stearate, silica and film coat (hypromellose, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, and polyethylene glycol).|
The gum resin of the Boswellia serrata tree has been used medicinally for centuries, particularly in India, the Middle East, and in Northern Africa. Traditional healers used the Boswellia resin to treat arthritis, colitis, sores, coughs, asthma, and even snakebites.
Boswellia serrata, or frankincense, has long been renowned for its potent anti-inflammatory properties. Studies have shown that boswellic acid reduces inflammation by blocking the pro-inflammatory enzyme 5-lipoxygenase which then inhibits the synthesis of leukotrienes. Both of these enzymes are thought to contribute to chronic inflammation found in certain diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, cancer and asthma.
- Natural Anti-inflammatory
- Herbal Pain Relief
- Healthy Natural Alternative
- Helps Prevent Breakdown of Connective Tissues
- Dog Studies with Chronic Joint Disease
- Extremely Safe - Low Risk of Minimal Side Effects
- Improves Blood Supply to Joints
- Ongoing research at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
"Dietary support with Boswellia resin in canine inflammatory joint and spinal disease."
In Switzerland in 2004, a veterinary clinical trial was conducted comparing conditions of dogs with osteoarthritis and degenerative conditions before and after treatment with an extract of Boswellia serrata. The extract was given once a day with food at 400 mg/10 kg of body weight for six weeks. After just two weeks, researchers noted that 71% of the dogs showed improvement. By week six, significant positive changes were shown in increased smoothness of gait, and reduction of lameness and pain. A few dogs had brief, reversible episodes of loose stools. Data suggested that a standardized extract of Boswellia serrata could be recommended for symptom relief in dogs with osteoarthritic disease.
Reichling J, Schmokel H, Fitzi, Bucher S, Saller R. Web. 5 December 2010, PMID: 14994484.
Sap from the Boswellia serrata tree has been used for thousands of years by traditional herbalists.
Other Boswellia Information & Resources
"About Herbs: Boswellia." Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Web. 26 November 2010.
Ammon HP. "Boswellic acids (components of frankincense) as the active principle in treatment of chronic inflammatory diseases." Web. 11 November 2010, PMID: 12244881.
"Boswellia Serrata." Thorne Research, Inc. Alternative Medicine Review Volume 13, Number 2, June 2008. Web. 25 November 2010.
Chrubasik JE, Roufogalis BD, Chrubasik S. "Evidence of effectiveness of herbal anti-inflammatory drugs in the treatment of painful osteoarthritis and chronic low back pain." Web. 11 November 2010, PMID: 17444576
Frank MB, Yang Q, Osban J, Azzarello JT, Saban MR, Saban R, Ashley RA, Welter JC, Fung KM, Lin HK. "Frankincense oil derived from Boswellia carteri induces tumor cell specific cytotoxiciy." Web. 12 December 2010, PMID: 19296830.
Gupta I, Gupta V, Parihar A, Gupta S, Ludtke R, Safayhi H, Ammon HP. "Effects of Boswellia serrata gum resin in patients with bronchial asthma: results of a double-blind, placebo-controlled, 6-week clinical study." Web. 26 November 2010, PMID: 9810030.
Houssen ME, Ragab A, Mesbah A, El-Samanoudy AZ, Othman G, Moustafa AF, Badria FA. "Natural anti-inflammatory products and leukotriene inhibitors as complementary therapy for bronchial asthma." Web. 12 December 2010, PMID: 20430018.
Huang MT, Badmaev V, Ding Y, Liu Y, Xie JG, Ho CT. "Anti-tumor and anti-carcinogenic activities of triterpenoid, beta-boswellic acid." Web. 12 December 2010, PMID: 11237186.
Kim HR, Kim MS, Kwon DY, Chae SW, Chae HJ. "Boswellia serrata-induced apoptosis is related with ER stress and calcium release." Web. 26 November 2010, PMID: 18850233.
Kimmatkar N, Thawani V, Hingorani L, Khiyani R. "Efficacy and tolerability of Boswellia serrata extract in treatment of osteoarthritis of knee - a randomized double blind placebo controlled trial." Web. 9 December 2010, PMID: 12622457.
Madisch A, Miehlke S, Eichele O, Mrwa J, Bethke B, Kuhlisch E, Bastlein E, Wilhelms G, Morgner A, Wigginghaus B. Stolte M. "Boswellia serrata extract for the treatment of collagenous colitis. A double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, multi-center trial." Web. 12 December 2010, PMID: 17764013.
Menon MK, Kar A. "Analgesic and psychopharmacological effects of the gum resin of Boswellia serrata." Planta Med 1971: 19(2): 333-341. Web. 12 December 2010. Thieme eJournals, DOI: 10.1055/s-0028-1099651.
Robinson, DO, DVM, MS, Narda. "The Bountiful Benefits of Boswellia." Veterinary Practice News. Web. 4 December 2010.
Shao Y, Ho CT, Chin CK, Badmaev V, Ma W, Huang MT. "Inhibitory activity of boswellic acids from Boswellia serrata against human leukemia HL-60 cells in culture." Web. 12 December 2010, PMID: 9619114.
Singh S, Khajuria A, Taneja SC, Khajuria RK, Singh J, Qazi GN. "Boswellic acids and glucosamine show synergistic effect in preclinical anti-inflammatory study in rats." Web. 12 December 2010, PMID: 17481895.
Wild elephants graze on Boswellia serrata. Natural herbal pain relief?
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.