Boswellic acids trigger apoptosis via a pathway dependent on caspase-8 activation but independent on Fas/Fas ligand interaction in colon cancer HT-29 cells. (1/37)Boswellic acids are the effective components of gum resin of Boswellia serrata, which has anti-inflammatory properties. Recent studies on brain tumors and leukemic cells indicate that boswellic acids may have antiproliferative and apoptotic effects with the mechanisms being not studied in detail. We studied their antiproliferative and apoptotic effects on colon cancer cells and the pathway leading to apoptosis. HT-29 cells were treated with beta-boswellic acid (BA), keto-beta-boswellic acid (K-BA) and acetyl-keto-beta-boswellic acid (AK-BA), respectively. Apoptosis was determined by flow cytometry, by cytoplasmic DNA-histone complex and the activity of caspase-3. The cleavage of poly-(ADP-ribose)-polymerase (PARP) and expression of Fas were examined by western blot. Specific caspase inhibitors, polyclonal Fas antibody, and antagonistic Fas antibody ZB4 were employed to elucidate apoptotic pathways. DNA synthesis and cell viability were examined. Both K-BA and AK-BA increased cytoplasmic DNA-histone complex dose-dependently and increased pre-G(1) peak in flow cytometer analysis, with the effects of AK-BA being stronger than K-BA. BA only increased the formation of DNA-histone complex at a high concentration. K-BA and AK-BA increased caspase-8, caspase-9 and caspase-3 activities accompanied by cleavage of PARP. The effects of AK-BA on formation of cytoplasmic DNA histone and on caspase-3 activation were 3.7- and 3.4-fold, respectively, more effective than those induced by camptothecin. The apoptosis induced by AK-BA was inhibited completely by caspase-3 or caspase-8 inhibitor and partially by caspase-9 inhibitor. ZB4 blocked exogenous Fas ligand-induced apoptosis, but had no effect on AK-BA-induced apoptosis. AK-BA had no significant effect on expression of Fas. Apart from apoptotic effect, these acids also inhibited [(3)H]thymidine incorporation and cell viability to different extent. In conclusion, boswellic acids, particularly AK-BA and K-BA have antiproliferative and apoptotic effects in human HT-29 cells. The apoptotic effect is mediated via a pathway dependent on caspase-8 activation but independent of Fas/FasL interaction. (+info)
Two new macrocyclic diaryl ether heptanoids from Boswellia ovalifoliolata. (2/37)The stems of Boswellia ovalifoliolata BAL. & HENRY (Burseraceae) afforded two new macrocyclic diaryl ether heptanoids, ovalifoliolatin A (1) and B (2) together with three known compounds; acerogenin C (3), 3 alpha-hydroxyurs-12-ene (4), and sitost-4-en-3-one (5). The structures were established by means of spectroscopic analysis and compounds 1, 3-5 were evaluated for their antibacterial activity. (+info)
Effects of Boswellia serrata in mouse models of chemically induced colitis. (3/37)Extracts from Boswellia serrata have been reported to have anti-inflammatory activity, primarily via boswellic acid-mediated inhibition of leukotriene synthesis. In three small clinical trials, boswellia was shown to improve symptoms of ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease, and because of its alleged safety, boswellia was considered superior over mesalazine in terms of a benefit-risk evaluation. The goal of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of boswellia extracts in controlled settings of dextran sulfate- or trinitrobenzene sulfonic acid-induced colitis in mice. Our results suggest that boswellia is ineffective in ameliorating colitis in these models. Moreover, individual boswellic acids were demonstrated to increase the basal and IL-1beta-stimulated NF-kappaB activity in intestinal epithelial cells in vitro as well as reverse proliferative effects of IL-1beta. We also observed hepatotoxic effect of boswellia with pronounced hepatomegaly and steatosis. Hepatotoxity and increased lipid accumulation in response to boswellia were further confirmed in vitro in HepG2 cells with fluorescent Nile red binding/resazurin reduction assay and by confocal microscopy. Microarray analyses of hepatic gene expression demonstrated dysregulation of a number of genes, including a large group of lipid metabolism-related genes, and detoxifying enzymes, a response consistent with that to hepatotoxic xenobiotics. In summary, boswellia does not ameliorate symptoms of colitis in chemically induced murine models and, in higher doses, may become hepatotoxic. Potential implications of prolonged and uncontrolled intake of boswellia as an herbal supplement in inflammatory bowel disease and other inflammatory conditions should be considered in future clinical trials with this botanical. (+info)
Boswellia carterii extract inhibits TH1 cytokines and promotes TH2 cytokines in vitro. (4/37)Traditional herbal formulas used to treat inflammatory arthritis in China and India include Boswellia carterii or Boswellia serrata. They both contain boswellic acids (BAs) which have been shown to exhibit anti-inflammatory and antiarthritic properties. This study tests the hypothesis that mixtures of BAs derived from B. carterii have immunomodulatory properties. B. carterii plant resin obtained from China was prepared as an ethanol extract, and the presence of seven BAs was confirmed by column chromatography, high-performance liquid chromatography, and UV laser desorption/ionization tandem mass spectroscopy. The extract was then tested for its ability to alter in vitro production of TH1 cytokines (interleukin-2 [IL-2] and gamma interferon) and TH2 cytokines (IL-4 and IL-10) by murine splenocytes. Delivery of the resin extract using ethanol as a solvent resulted in significant cellular toxicity not seen with the addition of ethanol alone. By contrast, delivery of the resin extract using a sesame oil solvent resulted in a dose-dependent inhibition of TH1 cytokines coupled with a dose-dependent potentiation of TH2 cytokines. These results indicate that a purified mixture of BAs from B. carterii plant resin exhibits carrier-dependent immunomodulatory properties in vitro. (+info)
Effect of Boswellia serrata on intestinal motility in rodents: inhibition of diarrhoea without constipation. (5/37)Clinical studies suggest that the Ayurvedic plant Boswellia serrata may be effective in reducing diarrhoea in patients with inflammatory bowel disease. In the present study, we evaluated the effect of a Boswellia serrata gum resin extract (BSE) on intestinal motility and diarrhoea in rodents. BSE depressed electrically-, acetylcholine-, and barium chloride-induced contractions in the isolated guinea-pig ileum, being more potent in inhibiting the contractions induced by acetylcholine and barium chloride. The inhibitory effect of BSE on acetylcholine-induced contractions was reduced by the L-type Ca(2+) channel blockers verapamil and nifedipine, but not by the sarcoplasmic reticulum Ca(2+)-ATPase inhibitor cyclopiazonic acid, by the phosphodiesterase type IV inhibitor rolipram or by the lipoxygenase inhibitor zileuton. 3-acetyl-11-keto-beta-boswellic acid, one of the main active ingredients of B. serrata, inhibited acetylcholine-induced contractions. BSE inhibited upper gastrointestinal transit in croton oil-treated mice as well as castor oil-induced diarrhoea. However, BSE did not affect intestinal motility in control mice, both in the small and in the large intestine. It is concluded that BSE directly inhibits intestinal motility with a mechanism involving L-type Ca(2+) channels. BSE prevents diarrhoea and normalizes intestinal motility in pathophysiological states without slowing the rate of transit in control animals. These results could explain, at least in part, the clinical efficacy of this Ayurvedic remedy in reducing diarrhoea in patients with inflammatory bowel disease. (+info)
Cancer chemopreventive effects and cytotoxic activities of the triterpene acids from the resin of Boswellia carteri. (6/37)Fifteen triterpene acids, viz., seven of the beta-boswellic acids (ursane-type) (1-7), two of the alpha-boswellic acids (oleanane-type) (8, 9), two of the lupeolic acids (lupane-type) (10, 11), and four of the tirucallane-type (12-14, 16), and two cembrane-type diterpenes (17, 18), isolated from the MeOH extract of the resin of Boswellia carteri (Burseraceae), together with a triterpene acid 15 (the acetyl derivative of 14), were examined for their inhibitory effects on the induction of Epstein-Barr virus early antigen (EBV-EA) by 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate (TPA) in Raji cells and on activation of (+/-)-(E)-methyl-2[(E)-hydroxyimino]-5-nitro-6-methoxy-3-hexemide (NOR 1), a nitrogen oxide (NO) donor, and cytotoxic activities against three human neuroblastoma cell lines, IMR-32, NB-39, and SK-N-SH in vitro. On evaluation against the EBV-EA activation induced by TPA, seven compounds, 2, 10, 11, and 13-16, showed potent inhibitory effects on EBV-EA induction. Upon evaluation against activation of NOR 1, five compounds, 7, 13, and 14-16, showed potent inhibitory effects. Further, fifteen compounds, 1-7, 9-11, 13-15, 17, and 18, exhibited potent cytotoxic activities with IC(50) values of 4.1-82.4 muM against all of the three human neuroblastoma cells tested. (+info)
Incensole acetate, a novel anti-inflammatory compound isolated from Boswellia resin, inhibits nuclear factor-kappa B activation. (7/37)Boswellia resin is a major anti-inflammatory agent in herbal medical tradition, as well as a common food supplement. Its anti-inflammatory activity has been attributed to boswellic acid and its derivatives. Here, we re-examined the anti-inflammatory effect of the resin, using inhibitor of nuclear factor-kappaB alpha (IkappaB alpha) degradation in tumor necrosis factor (TNF) alpha-stimulated HeLa cells for a bioassay-guided fractionation. We thus isolated two novel nuclear factor-kappaB (NF-kappaB) inhibitors from the resin, their structures elucidated as incensole acetate (IA) and its nonacetylated form, incensole (IN). IA inhibited TAK/TAB-mediated IkappaB kinase (IKK) activation loop phosphorylation, resulting in the inhibition of cytokine and lipopolysaccharide-mediated NF-kappaB activation. It had no effect on IKK activity in vitro, and it did not suppress IkappaB alpha phosphorylation in costimulated T-cells, indicating that the kinase inhibition is neither direct nor does it affect all NF-kappaB activation pathways. The inhibitory effect seems specific; IA did not interfere with TNFalpha-induced activation of c-Jun N-terminal kinase (JNK) and p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase. IA treatment had a robust anti-inflammatory effect in a mouse inflamed paw model. Cembrenoid diterpenoids, specifically IA and its derivatives, may thus constitute a potential novel group of NF-kappaB inhibitors, originating from an ancient anti-inflammatory herbal remedy. (+info)
Antiinflammatory and antiatherogenic effects of the NF-kappaB inhibitor acetyl-11-keto-beta-boswellic acid in LPS-challenged ApoE-/- mice. (8/37)OBJECTIVE: In this article, we studied the effect of acetyl-11-keto-beta-boswellic acid (AKbetaBA), a natural inhibitor of the proinflammatory transcription factor NF-kappaB on the development of atherosclerotic lesions in apolipoprotein E-deficient (apoE-/-) mice. METHODS AND RESULTS: Atherosclerotic lesions were induced by weekly LPS injection in apoE-/- mice. LPS alone increased atherosclerotic lesion size by approximately 100%, and treatment with AKbetaBA significantly reduced it by approximately 50%. Moreover, the activity of NF-kappaB was also reduced in the atherosclerotic plaques of LPS-injected apoE-/- mice treated with AKbetaBA. As a consequence, AKbetaBA treatment led to a significant downregulation of several NF-kappaB-dependent genes such as MCP-1, MCP-3, IL-1alpha, MIP-2, VEGF, and TF. By contrast, AKbetaBA did not affect the plasma concentrations of triglycerides, total cholesterol, antioxidized LDL antibodies, and various subsets of lymphocyte-derived cytokines. Moreover, AKbetaBA potently inhibited the IkappaB kinase (IKK) activity immunoprecipitated from LPS-stimulated mouse macrophages and mononuclear cells leading to decreased phosphorylation of IkappaB alpha and inhibition of p65/NF-kappaB activation. Comparable AKbetaBA-mediated inhibition was also observed in LPS-stimulated human macrophages. CONCLUSIONS: The inhibition of NF-kappaB activity by plant resins from species of the Boswellia family might represent an alternative for classical medicine treatments for chronic inflammatory diseases such as atherosclerosis. (+info)
Boswellia, also known as Indian frankincense, is a type of tree that produces a resin that has been used in traditional medicine for centuries. The scientific name for the resin is Boswellia serrata. It contains compounds called boswellic acids, which have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. Some research suggests that Boswellia may be helpful in treating osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and asthma. However, more research is needed to confirm these potential health benefits and to determine the proper dosage and safety of Boswellia supplements. As with any treatment, it's important to consult a healthcare professional before starting to use Boswellia.
In a medical context, "resins, plant" refer to the sticky, often aromatic substances produced by certain plants. These resins are typically composed of a mixture of volatile oils, terpenes, and rosin acids. They may be present in various parts of the plant, including leaves, stems, and roots, and are often found in specialized structures such as glands or ducts.
Plant resins have been used for centuries in traditional medicine and other applications. Some resins have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, or analgesic properties and have been used to treat a variety of ailments, including skin conditions, respiratory infections, and pain.
Examples of plant resins with medicinal uses include:
* Frankincense (Boswellia spp.) resin has been used in traditional medicine to treat inflammation, arthritis, and asthma.
* Myrrh (Commiphora spp.) resin has been used as an antiseptic, astringent, and anti-inflammatory agent.
* Pine resin has been used topically for its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.
It's important to note that while some plant resins have demonstrated medicinal benefits, they should be used with caution and under the guidance of a healthcare professional. Some resins can have adverse effects or interact with medications, and it's essential to ensure their safe and effective use.
Triterpenes are a type of natural compound that are composed of six isoprene units and have the molecular formula C30H48. They are synthesized through the mevalonate pathway in plants, fungi, and some insects, and can be found in a wide variety of natural sources, including fruits, vegetables, and medicinal plants.
Triterpenes have diverse structures and biological activities, including anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and cytotoxic effects. Some triterpenes are also used in traditional medicine, such as glycyrrhizin from licorice root and betulinic acid from the bark of birch trees.
Triterpenes can be further classified into various subgroups based on their carbon skeletons, including squalene, lanostane, dammarane, and ursane derivatives. Some triterpenes are also modified through various biochemical reactions to form saponins, steroids, and other compounds with important biological activities.
Volatile oils, also known as essential oils, are a type of organic compound that are naturally produced in plants. They are called "volatile" because they evaporate quickly at room temperature due to their high vapor pressure. These oils are composed of complex mixtures of various compounds, including terpenes, terpenoids, aldehydes, ketones, esters, and alcohols. They are responsible for the characteristic aroma and flavor of many plants and are often used in perfumes, flavors, and aromatherapy. In a medical context, volatile oils may have therapeutic properties and be used in certain medications or treatments, but it's important to note that they can also cause adverse reactions if not used properly.
I'm sorry for any confusion, but "perfume" is not a term that has a medical definition. Perfumes are fragranced products used primarily for personal grooming and aesthetic purposes. They consist of a mixture of essential oils or aroma compounds, fixatives, and solvents.
Perfumes can sometimes cause allergic reactions or irritations in some individuals, leading to symptoms such as skin rashes, itching, or sneezing. In such cases, people might consult with healthcare professionals for advice on avoiding specific fragrances or managing related allergies. However, the term "perfume" itself is not a medical concept and does not have a medical definition.
I believe there might be some confusion in your question as "plant gums" is not a standard medical term. However, if you are referring to "gum" in the context of botany, it relates to the supportive tissues found in plants, similar to how gums support teeth in humans. In this case, I can provide a brief overview of what plant gums are from an organic chemistry and botanical perspective:
Plant gums are complex polysaccharides (long chains of sugar molecules) that serve various functions within plants. They are often produced as a response to injury or stress, helping to seal off wounds and protect the plant. Some common examples include:
1. Gum arabic: Exuded from Acacia senegal trees, it is primarily composed of arabinogalactan proteins and has applications in food, pharmaceutical, and industrial industries due to its emulsifying, thickening, and stabilizing properties.
2. Guar gum: Derived from the seeds of Cyamopsis tetragonoloba, it is a galactomannan that swells in water, making it useful as a thickener, stabilizer, and binder in food, textile, paper, and pharmaceutical industries.
3. Locust bean gum: Extracted from the seeds of Ceratonia siliqua (carob tree), it is another galactomannan with similar uses to guar gum.
If you meant something different by "plant gums," please provide clarification, and I will do my best to offer a suitable response.
A plant extract is a preparation containing chemical constituents that have been extracted from a plant using a solvent. The resulting extract may contain a single compound or a mixture of several compounds, depending on the extraction process and the specific plant material used. These extracts are often used in various industries including pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, cosmetics, and food and beverage, due to their potential therapeutic or beneficial properties. The composition of plant extracts can vary widely, and it is important to ensure their quality, safety, and efficacy before use in any application.
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- The four main species of Boswellia, B. sacra (synonyms B. carteri and B. bhaw-dajiana), B. frereana, B. papyrifera, and B. serrata, produce true frankincense, and each type of resin is available in various grades. (wikipedia.org)
- Frankincense Oil is extracted from the gum or resin from Frankincense or Olibanum trees, whose scientific name is Boswellia Carteri. (ygeiax.com)
- It comes from the Copal family (Burseraceae)It is also called Bible Frankincense, Olibanum, Olibano, Boswellia carteri, Boswellia, Encens, Frankincense.This fragrant desert resin has been prized by many cultures in the world for its spiritual properties and therapeutic. (co.bw)
- The best percentage inhibition was recorded for Boswellia carteri-vaccine combination group at a ratio of 1:1. (boswellia.org)
- The Frankincense is extracted from the plants Boswellia Sacra or Carteri originate from Yemen, Oman and parts of Somalia. (laviadellincenso.it)
- The biblical incense frankincense is an extract from the resin of the tree Boswellia sacra, and is now produced also from B. frereana. (wikipedia.org)
- Boswellia sacra is the plant frankincense tears comes from. (exoticgardening.com)
- Learn how to grow the Boswellia sacra plant and what the various uses for it are. (exoticgardening.com)
- Boswellia Sacra essential oils induces tumor cell-specific apoptosis & suppresses tumor aggressiveness in cultured human breast cancer cells. (ygeiax.com)
- Boswellia could interfere with and decrease the effects of prescribed anti-inflammatory medications. (tower-health.co.uk)
- Although it is better known as "frankincense" to westerners the resin is also known as olibanum, which is derived from the Arabic al-lubán ("the milk") a reference to the milky sap tapped from the Boswellia tree. (luminescents.net)
- Ethiopia Olibanum(Boswellia. (laviadellincenso.it)
- The use of boswellia, commonly named frankincense or olibanum, has a long histrory and dates back to ancient civilisations. (eurho-vital.com)
- Himalaya doesn't just give you a simple crushed Boswellia powder in a capsule, but uses a powdered, sustainably-harvested oleo-gum-resin extract from the Boswellia tree to support exercise-induced inflammation and the normal production of joint fluids. (himalayausa.com)
- Boswellia serrata (of the family Burseraceae) is an herb which has the gum resin extract used for medicinal purposes related to systemic and topical inflammation. (infinityhealth4u.com.my)
- One such remedy is Boswellia, a resin extract from the Boswellia serrata tree. (roarnaturally.com)
- Douglas Laboratories Boswellia-Turmeric Complex is an herbal formula that includes standardized extracts of boswellia, turmeric and devil's claw root. (swansonvitamins.com)
- It combines Boswellia extract with other natural ingredients such as turmeric, ginger, and black pepper to enhance its anti-inflammatory effects. (roarnaturally.com)
- 3. Additional Ingredients: Some Boswellia supplements combine Boswellia extract with other ingredients known for their anti-inflammatory properties, such as turmeric or ginger. (roarnaturally.com)
- Boswellic acids, the active terpenoid constituents of boswellia, may promote the activity of the enzyme 5-lipoxygenase, maintaining healthy leukotriene metabolism in tissues that surround the joints. (longnaturalhealth.com)
- Acids in the Boswellia plant inhibit 5-lipoxygenase (5-LO), the enzyme that produces leukotriene. (tower-health.co.uk)
- Boswellic acids found in Boswellia have multiple anti-inflammatory effects that may show benefits in a range of inflammatory conditions. (infinityhealth4u.com.my)
- The benefits of boswellia are due to the presence of four triterpene acids, especially ß -boswellic acid. (nutrikey.net)
- This boswellia extract is carefully standardized to contain at least 65% boswellic acids. (nutrikey.net)
- 5-LOXIN Advanced® contains a highly potent concentrated extract of the active ingredient AKBA from Boswellia serrata, a centuries-old herb that helps with occasional joint stiffness. (puritan.com)
- Clinical trials have demonstrated that ApresFlex® Boswellia extract supports joint comfort and flexibility, and may be more efficacious than a boswellia extract standardized to 30% AKBA. (well.ca)
- Our boswellia is clinically studied and uniquely standardized to provide more AKBA-an important compound-and virtually no pro-inflammatory beta-boswellic acid. (europharmausa.com)
- Boswellia has a number of beneficial compounds, AKBA (acetyl-11-keto-B-boswellic acid) being one of them. (europharmausa.com)
- However, unstandardized boswellia may have as little as 1% AKBA, and contains 20% or more beta-boswellic acid, which is not beneficial. (europharmausa.com)
- Boswellia AKBA supports the structural integrity, motility and comfort of joint cartilage and promotes gastrointestinal health and cell health, primarily by maintaining healthy 5-lipoxygenase activity. (pharmedicorx.com)
- Acetyl-11-keto-β-boswellic acid (AKBA) is a triterpenoid, which is the main component of boswellic acid from Boswellia Serrata, a medicinal plant that has shown immense potential in anti-cancer therapy. (boswellia.org)
- Himalaya Boswellia provides plant-based support of normal joint function to promote flexibility, movement and range of motion. (himalayausa.com)
- Himalaya Boswellia contains standardized Boswellia extract that is laboratory-tested for purity and potency. (roarnaturally.com)
- Himalaya Boswellia has gained positive feedback for its effectiveness in reducing inflammation and supporting joint health. (roarnaturally.com)
- This product contains extract from high grade boswellia serrata oleo-gum resin. (eurho-vital.com)
- Top quality boswellia may do this by addressing the release of compounds called leukotrienes (leukotrienes are involved in the body's inflammation response). (nutrichem.com)
- Boswellia is allowed to suppress inflammation that's present in asthma, opening up a path for normal breathing. (sanxinherbs.com)
- Some of the most popular reasons people use Boswellia tinctures include their ability to alleviate arthritis symptoms, help wounds heal, prevent headaches, decrease inflammation, prevent autoimmune disease, slow down cancer progression, support skin health, and even boost muscle strength. (emeraldnutra.com)
- In this article, we will explore the benefits of Boswellia and highlight the highest-rated Boswellia supplements for inflammation. (roarnaturally.com)
- By reducing inflammation, Boswellia may help alleviate symptoms associated with conditions such as arthritis, asthma, and inflammatory bowel disease. (roarnaturally.com)
- When considering Boswellia supplements for reducing inflammation, it is important to select a high-quality product that offers optimal efficacy and safety. (roarnaturally.com)
- Joint Rescue by Curegarden is a premium Boswellia supplement that is specifically formulated to support joint health and reduce inflammation. (roarnaturally.com)
- Boswellia supplements offer a natural approach to reducing inflammation and supporting overall health. (roarnaturally.com)
- Based on wonderfully rich Boswellia incense, the product encourages flexible and pain-free joints whilst providing a calming fragrance. (tower-health.co.uk)
- Boswellia serrata extract powder is known for its ability to help regulate the supply of blood flowing to the joints. (sanxinherbs.com)
- Boswellia was set up to relieve pain associated with osteoarthritis while also perfecting function in affected joints. (sanxinherbs.com)
- Boswellia promotes healthy joints, connective tissue and colon function. (peachvitamins.com)
- Containing valuable extracts of Boswellia serrata incense from India, the balm has been clinically proven to reduce joint swelling and pain as well as increase suppleness. (tower-health.co.uk)
- Genestra Boswellia is one of the most important herbs in Ayurvedic Medicine, which supports joint and connective tissue health. (well.ca)
- Our triple strength‡ supplement contains Glucosamine and patented 5-LOXIN Advanced® Boswellia for premium joint and cartilage support. (puritan.com)
- After four weeks, those who took the Boswellia excerpt demanded to use their inhalers about half as frequently as those who didn't take the supplement. (sanxinherbs.com)
- Boswellia is a natural dietary supplement that supports healthy inflammatory responses. (lifeessentials.com)
- Boswellia, also known as Indian frankincense, is a powerful supplement primarily known for its support of natural inflammatory processes. (lifeessentials.com)
- We provide fast and easy private labeling supplement manufacturing for Boswellia tinctures. (emeraldnutra.com)
- The success of our boswellia tincture is a testament to their dedication and proficiency in private label supplement production. (emeraldnutra.com)
- 1. Standardized Extract: Look for a supplement that contains standardized Boswellia extract. (roarnaturally.com)
- 5. Customer Reviews: Reading customer reviews and testimonials can provide insights into the effectiveness and tolerability of the Boswellia supplement you are considering. (roarnaturally.com)
- Use of an alfa-lipoic, methylsulfonylmethane, Boswellia serrata and bromelain dietary supplement (OPERA®) for aromatase inhibitors-related arthralgia management (AIA): a prospective phase II trial (NCT04161833). (medlineplus.gov)
- Taken from the Boswellia serrata tree, Boswellia is an herbal extract that is also commonly referred to as Indian frankincense. (tower-health.co.uk)
- Boswellia, also known as Frankincense, is an herbal extract taken from the Boswellia serrata tree. (emeraldnutra.com)
- EuRho® Vital Boswellia 400 provides the extract from Indian frankincense, a resin herbal extract from the boswellia serrata tree. (eurho-vital.com)
- Shallaki Powder (extract of Boswellia serrata) - Shallaki Extract Powder (1 lb.) is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock. (garrysun.com)
- Boswellia serrata powder is the powdered resin taken from the Boswellia serrata tree (AKA Frankincense) and is said to be one of the longest used traditional medicines dating back 8000 years. (sanxinherbs.com)
- A meta- analysis from 2020 looked at colorful trials that studied the effect of boswellia serrata extract powder on osteoarthritis.2 In total, 545 study actors were included in the meta- analysis. (sanxinherbs.com)
- It has been suggested that organic boswellia serrata powder could ameliorate symptoms of seditious bowel complaint( IBD). (sanxinherbs.com)
- What makes BOS-10 ® boswellia different from other boswellia supplements? (europharmausa.com)
- In addition, private label Boswellia tincture supplements can provide revenue opportunities to help you grow your business. (emeraldnutra.com)
- Himalaya is a well-known brand in the field of herbal supplements, and its Boswellia product is highly regarded. (roarnaturally.com)
- We have a full-service knowledgeable team ready to help you with private label Boswellia tincture: gain access to quality Boswellia tincture and innovative Boswellia formulations keeping up with what customers want. (emeraldnutra.com)
- We make private labeling Boswellia tincture easier. (emeraldnutra.com)
- Emerald Nutra has played an instrumental role in the success of our boswellia tincture. (emeraldnutra.com)
- Our boswellia tincture has been a success story, all thanks to the dedicated team at Emerald Nutra. (emeraldnutra.com)
- The popularity of our boswellia tincture speaks volumes about their top-notch manufacturing and timely delivery. (emeraldnutra.com)
- Our boswellia tincture has been a big hit, and we owe it to their meticulous production process and speedy shipping service. (emeraldnutra.com)
- The crystalized resin from the Indian Frankincense tree known as Boswellia is famous throughout herbal history for supporting muscle relaxation and normal joint function to promote flexibility, movement and range of motion. (himalayausa.com)
- The crystalized resin from the Indian Frankincense tree known as Boswellia is famous throughout herbal history for supporting muscle relaxation and aiding in joint integrity. (himalayausa.com)
- We only use Boswellia serrata that is sustainably harvested and therefore does not contribute to the problems facing other species of boswellia. (europharmausa.com)
- Many small peaces of yellow Yemen frankincense from boswellia tree. (adobe.com)
- Scientifically known as Boswellia serrata, this is not only the name of the herb but also of the large tree native to India and parts of Pakistan. (ygeiax.com)
- One clinical study set up the goo resin from the Boswellia serrata tree to be an effective treatment option for habitual colitis, a type of IBD. (sanxinherbs.com)
- Source Naturals Boswellia Extract is concentrated from the specially processed resins and gums of the Boswellia serrata tree. (nutrikey.net)
- Some research suggests that Boswellia may inhibit the growth of cancer cells and induce apoptosis (programmed cell death) in certain types of cancer. (roarnaturally.com)
- Boswellia is a genus of trees in the order Sapindales, known for its fragrant resin. (wikipedia.org)
- List source : The genus Boswellia, and the type Boswellia serrata, were first described and published in Asiatic Researches 9: 379. (wikipedia.org)
- The entire Boswellia genus is referred to as frankincense, but this particular species has been praised for the resin it produces. (ygeiax.com)
- Boswellia is believed to boost the body's process of healing while helping support normal joint and muscle health. (sanxinherbs.com)
- Boswellia Complex can help maintain healthy joint tissue. (nutrichem.com)
- Boswellia has been a vital component of Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. (europharmausa.com)
- Boswellia serrata is legendary in Ayurvedic medicine, as it is associated with powerful benefits. (ygeiax.com)
- Of course, Boswellia is still popular in Ayurvedic medicine. (sanxinherbs.com)
- Boswellia is known for its important role in ayurvedic medicine and more recently had been used and confirmed by science for its role in inflammatory conditions. (infinityhealth4u.com.my)
- Other studies conducted since have demonstrated similar results, Osteoarthritis patients in a 90-day experiment reported a significant reduction in knee pain whilst using a Boswellia-based product compared to a lesser dosage and placebo. (tower-health.co.uk)
- From these actors, experimenters were suitable to conclude that Boswellia could be both effective and safe in treating osteoarthritis. (sanxinherbs.com)
- Magnesium oxide and boswellia are helpful with headaches. (medscape.com)
- many patients see relief within a week of starting the pills, and one study claimed that boswellia decreases joint pain by 65 percent. (spartan.com)
- To evaluate anti-inflammatory activities of bioactive compounds of Boswellia serrata purified fractions. (boswellia.org)
- Boswellia species are moderate-sized flowering plants, including both trees and shrubs, and are native to tropical regions of Africa and Asia. (wikipedia.org)
- Frankincense trees are not covered by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, but experts argue that Boswellia species meet the criteria for protection. (wikipedia.org)
- The paper warns that all Boswellia species are threatened by habitat loss and overexploitation. (wikipedia.org)