Boswellia P.E. 4:1
Boswellia, also know as Salai Guggal, is a medium to large tree found in a variety of regions throught India. A gummy oleoresin extracted from the trunk of the tree is used to prepare modern herbal remedies. Boswellia acts as a spiritual symbol and an effective medicinal herb; it seems to function as both an analgesic and an anti-inflammatory. Boswellia herb may be used in connection with joint mobility, pain, and stiffness, and may be a useful remedy for a variety of inflammatory diseases, including bursitis, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis.The gum oleoresin consists of essential oils, gum, and terpenoids.
Here are some of the uses: -Its extract can be used for topical application -It plays a major role in curing digestive problems and relieving pain in various chronic conditions -It has boswellic acid, that is known to improve blood circulation and strengthen muscles -Boswellia extract is known to cure many gastrointestinal diseases, such as diarrhea, gastritis, and dysentery -It is also used in curing stomach ulcers -It helps in easing the swelling and provides relief to the patients -It is also known to improve thyroid functions in the body -It is also used as anti bacterial or anti fungal substance, as it acts as a herbal disinfectant -It is also known to cure respiratory ailments, as it promotes smooth breathing by controlling mucus production. Hence, it is beneficial for asthma patients.