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Does Boswellia reduce Inflammation?

Boswellia (or Frankincense) extinguishes immune system reactions, which cause inflammation and swelling. Thus, Boswellia is able to reduce pain and inflammation.

Boswellia extract can therefore be used optimally as a natural analgesic. It is an excellent substitute for conventional analgesics. Unlike common painkillers or prescription drugs that have many side effects, boswellia extract is free of side effects and has been used without complications for thousands of years.

Boswellia’s components are specifically designed to maintain your inflammation under control. Boswellia has been proven to be an effective natural remedy for inflammation-related disorders such as gout. It reduces joint swelling, pain, and increases flexion. Boswellia is non-toxic, natural and has many other benefits.

Boswellia serrata extract is so powerful that it is comparable to conventional anti-inflammatory drugs to reduce inflammation in joint and arthritic pain

Boswellic acids act directly on the pro-inflammatory molecules responsible for pain: leukotrienes, which also cause oxidative damage.

Through a targeted inhibitory action, these acids improve blood circulation in the vessels and allow a supply of blood to the joints and tissues which, better nourished and drained, help to eliminate inflammation. By reducing inflammation, boswellia extract reduces swelling, pain and morning stiffness. It restores flexibility and joint mobility. It is therefore particularly effective against osteoarthritis,  rheumatoid arthritis and gout.

It allows for a significant reduction in allopathic drugs and, in a number of cases, even replaces them completely. This is all the more convincing when boswellia extract is taken regularly, as a background treatment rather than in the event of an attack. Combined with turmeric, another natural anti-inflammatory of the Ayurvedic pharmacopoeia, it promotes circulation and will be very effective on knee arthritis.

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