Boswellia Frankincense Extract, also known 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. Reports and personal claims indicate that the 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. The terpenoid portion contains the boswellic acids that have been shown to be the most important active constituent in boswellia.
|Product Name||Boswellia Serrate Powder||Latin Name||Boswellia carterii Birdw.|
|Part of used||Gelatinous resin||Type||Herbal Extract|
|Active Ingredients||Boswellic acid||Specification||65%, 90%, 10:1|
|Appearance||Light yellow powder||Test Method||HPLC|
|CAS No.||631-69-6||Molecular Formula||C30H48O3|
|Test Method||Titration||Molecular Weight||456.7|
|MOQ||1 kg||Certificates||ISO, HALAL, KOSHER|
|Shelf Time||2 Years||Storage||Keep Dry and Keep away from Sunlight|
Boswellia Frankincense Extract Function
1. With the function of detumescence, boswellia serrata extract is used to treat red and swollen;
2. Boswellia frankincense extract with the function of relieving pain and invigorating the circulation of blood;
3. Boswellia frankincense extract used for bleeding sore and Chest/abdominal pains caused by blood stasis, often with myrrh;
4. Boswellia frankincense extract used for treatments of stomachache due to emotional depression and the hyperactive liver-qi attacking the stomach, often with rhizoma cyperi and Radix Curcumae.
Boswellia Frankincense Extract Application
2. Functional food ;
3. Water-soluble beverages;
4. Health products.