Boswellia serrata is a gum resin extracted from a tree. It has most usage for medicine in Ayurvedic medicine. Boswellia serrata, via its active boswellic acids, appears to be a novel inhibitory of a pro-inflammatory enzyme called 5-Lipoxygenase and may possess other anti-inflammatory effects such as nF-kB inhibition, which are not as novel. Boswellia reduces inflammation and may be used in treating Osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, Asthma, inflammatory bowel disease.
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- Latin Name : Boswellia serrata
- Sanskrit Name : Shallaki
- Common Name : Shallaki
- Family : Burseraceae
- Part Plant Used : gum
- Solvent Used : Alcohol
- Storage Condition : In Double Sealed PP Bags
- Appearance : off white to pale yellow Powder
- Organoleptic Test : Astringent Taste
- Odour : Characteristic Odour
- Herb Ext. Ratio : 3:1
- Alcohol Soluble Extractives in 90%v/v By IP 66 Method Taking 1gm Of Sample : Not Less Than 70%
- Boswellic acid : NLT 50%