Boswellia Serrata Extract Technical Data Sheet
Common Name: Boswellia Serrata Extract * Certificate Available: ISO9001
Scientific Name: Boswellia Serrata L
Part Used: Gum
Specification: Boswellic Acid 60%, 65%
ECHA EC Number: 308-366-6
INCI Name: Boswellia Serrata Resin Extract
Boswellia Serrata Extract Data Download
Our Boswellia Serrata Extract is a kind of loose off-white fine powder.The ingredients are produced from the resin of Boswellia Serrata which are collected and processed strictly under the rules of international authentication.
Our Boswellia Serrata extract powder,100% pure nature nutrient without any additives,and having strong antioxidant compounds.
What’s Boswellia Serrata
Boswellia,also known as Indian frankincense,is an herbal extract taken from the Boswellia serrata tree.
Resin made from boswellia extract has been used for centuries in Asian and African folk medicine. It’s believed to treat chronic inflammatory illnesses as well as a number of other health conditions.
Why do people take Boswellia Serrata Extract
Boswellia serrata extract have been clinically studied for osteoarthritis and joint function, with the research showing trends of benefit (slight improvement) in pain and function.It has been used in Indian traditional medicine for diabetes.
Because boswellia is an effective anti-inflammatory, it can be an effective painkiller and may prevent the loss of cartilage. Some studies have found that it may even be useful in treating certain cancers, such as leukemia and breast cancer.
How much Boswellia Serrata extract should you take
Remember to speak to your doctor before using any herbal therapy.
General dosing guidelines suggest taking 300–500 milligrams (mg) by mouth two to three times a day.The dosage may need to be higher for IBD.
The Arthritis Foundation suggests 300–400 mg three times per day of a product that contains 60 percent boswellic acids.
What are the risks of taking Boswellia Serrata extract
Boswellia may stimulate blood flow in the uterus and pelvis. It can accelerate menstrual flow and may induce miscarriage in pregnant women.
Boswellia extract may also interact with medications, including ibuprofen, aspirin, and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).