Boswellia Serrata

Probably best known because of the Nativity story, Frankincense - derived from the resin of a tree called Boswellia serrata and other species of the same - has an interesting history. In Hebrew, its name is levonah, meaning "white;" in Arabic, a closely-related language, it is 'al-luban, a term referring to milk; the name of the modern country of Lebanon is derived from both. However, it came to be known as "frankincense" when crusaders - many of whom were French or "Frankish" - introduced it to Europe during the Middle Ages.

 

An Ayurvedic herb also classified as a phytopharmaceutical which appears to be a potent anti-inflammatory, helpful against osteoarthritis, and may help cerebral edema. Boswellia serrata appears to have preliminary evidence for anti-inflammatory joint disorders.

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BOSWELLIA

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  • COLITIS, RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS, CROHN'S, IBS

  • Anti-inflammatory

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