Boswellia (Serrata-Shallaki-Salai-Boswelia)

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1 capsule = 500 mg (vegan cellulose capsule) Boswellia Serrata is used by many people for the joints of the knees, hips and fingers. This classic joint care product gives you optimal freedom of movement again. for maintaining flexible joints for maintaining healthy cartilage supports the respiratory tract good for normal stomach function good for intestinal function These are (temporarily) permitted health claims*. Boswellia has been recognized as a beneficial herb in Ayurvedic teachings for thousands of years. The Boswellia Serrata tree is a medium-sized tree common on dry hills in large parts of India. Frankincense is traditionally extracted from this tree. When a boswellia tree is about four years old, incisions are made in the bark. White, liquid resin drips from those incisions. The drop-shaped resin then crystallizes into golden brown resin granules. Those grains form pure, pure incense. The resin of Boswellia serrata contains substances that contribute to flexible joints*. AKBA (3-acetyl-11-keto-beta-boswellic acid) is the strongest working Boswellic acid. Boswellia serrata resin is a natural ingredient that shows very few side effects and can be used for a long time. Active ingredient: Boswellia Serrata. Contact your specialist in advance if you wish to use herbs, supplements or oils for children, during pregnancy or while breastfeeding. Store in a cool and dry place, not in the refrigerator, out of direct sunlight and out of the reach of children. General instructions for use (adults): Take 2 capsules 1 to 2 times a day with water, unless otherwise advised. Also known as: Boswelia Serrata, Gum resin, Boswellia serrata (‘boswellia’), gum (oleo)resin, olibanum gum, shallaki, salai, shalai, shalaki, salai guggal, (Indian frankincense) from Boswellia serrata (Burseraceae family), Indian incense. *Due to European laws and regulations, not all applications of our products may be mentioned on our website. Information about the health effects of products must be separated from the promotion of products).