Boswellia against joint pain

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Boswellia, also known as Indian frankincense, is a herbal extract taken from
the Boswellia serrata tree.
Resin made from Boswellia extract has been used for centuries in Asian and
African folk medicine.
Boswellia is an effective anti-inflammatory and hence can be an effective
Studies show that Boswellia can also prevent the loss of cartilage, and may
even be useful in treating certain cancers, such as Leukemia and Breast
Studies show that Boswellic acids can prevent the formation of leukotrines in
the body. Leukotrines have been identified as a cause of chronic

Science behind Joint Pain

Sometimes joint pain is a result of an illness or injury, but the most common
cause for severe joint pain is Arthritis.
The two main forms of Arthritis are Osteoarthritis (OA) and Rheumatoid
arthritis (RA).
Osteoarthritis is most common in adults over the age of 40. It progresses
slowly and tends to affect commonly used joints like the knees, elbows, wrists
and hips.
Joint pain in Osteoarthritis results from a breakdown of cartilage, which serves
as a shock absorber for the joints.
RA on the other hand affects a wider spectrum of age groups. But is known to
be more common in women.

RA causes pain, inflammation and fluid buildup in the joints, and can deform
and debilitate the joints over time.

Boswellia’s effect on OA

Many studies on Boswellia’s effect on Osteoarthritis shows that it is effective
in reducing the pain and inflammation associated with the illness.
Newer studies support the use of Boswellia to treat Osteoarthritis, they have
shown that increasing the dosage of an enriched Boswellia Extract led to an
increase in physical ability.
Osteoarthritis knee pain decreased severely after using the extract, and the
effects started showing in less than 90 days of use.
It also helped reduce the production of cartilage-degrading enzyme.

Boswellia’s effect on RA

Rheumatoid arthritis results largely from the autoimmune process. Which is
when the body attacks its own tissue, thinking it’s foreign.
Studies have shown that Boswellia interferes with the autoimmune process,
hence making it very effective treatment for Rheumatoid arthritis.
Tests have shown severe decreases in Rheumatoid arthritis related joint
swelling and pain.

Bottom Line
Boswellia’s anti-inflammatory properties alone make it a very strong
supplement for joint pain.
Boswellia’s added effects against cartilage-degrading enzymes also show its
effectiveness at nurturing the strength and integrity of joints.
Studies all show that increased dosages of enriched extracts of Boswellia,
show increased results of joint pain relief and joint healing.

A Boswellia extract enriched with other extracts like Curcumin (another anti-
inflammatory) could be the best natural supplement to joint pain.
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