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What is boswellia?
Boswellia is a small tree found mainly in India, Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.
It is best known for its resin: frankincense or olibanum, which is burned during religious rituals.
The resin has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine, particularly for inflammatory diseases.
There are several types of boswellias, but the most interesting from a therapeutic point of view is boswellia serrata.
This species is rich in :
- Boswellic acids.
- Octyl acetate.
How to use it?
Boswellia serrata resin can be used orally or externally.
It is marketed in the form of :
- Capsules or tablets.
- Olibanum essential oil.
- Liquid extract.
It is a common ingredient in ointments for skin problems and supplements for joint pain.
Its therapeutic properties combine particularly well with those of cucumber.
- Certain medications, such as anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive drugs.
It is best to obtain my doctor’s agreement before taking medicinal plants.
This plant is appreciated by joints and the brain.
Boswellia serrata has been traditionally used for its effect:
For which disease?
The resin has shown promising results in cases of :
- Hemorrhagic rectocolitis.
- Systemic lupus erythematosus.
- Necrotizing enterocolitis.
- Graves’ disease.
- Microscopic colitis.
- Irritable bowel syndrome.
- Premenstrual syndrome.
Behind most illnesses lie emotional wounds.
Herbal remedies such as boswellia can help, but they do not cure.
In the case of symptoms, it is always advisable to explore the underlying causes.
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What are the medicinal benefits of boswellia serrata?
This plant is best known for its anti-inflammatory properties.
It also has other little-known virtues, such as helping to heal wounds.