Boswellia best for joint conditions, OA. No stomach issues

Boswellia

Joint Support

Support for : Vata • Kapha

Pronunciation: (boz-wail’-ya)


Boswellia is used to support normal Joint Support, it provides relief to stiff and painful joints.
Suggested Use: 1 capsule three times a day with meals.
Pack size: 60 Vegetarian capsules.
Complementary/synergistic products: Guggul

Boswellia has been used safely and effectively in India for many centuries. We suggest this product not be used if you are pregnant or nursing. Keep away from children. Emerging science is looking at Boswellia’s support for the digestive tract.


Price : $18.99

More Information

Ayurvedic Name: Shallaki
Botanical Name: Boswellia serrata
Common/English Name: Indian Olibanum
Part(s) Used: Plant resin
Major Constituents:Several varieties of Boswellic acids.
Other Ingredients: Capsule (plant-derived Cellulose), Cellulose powder, Magnesium stearate, Silica.
This product is Gluten free and vegan. Wildcrafted source material is inherently NON-GMO.  Free from artificial colors, preservatives or additives.

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container: 60


Amount per serving


Boswellia** (Bosewellia sereta) 230 mg*
(Plain resin extract, standardized for 150 mg Bosewellic Acids)


*Daily value not established


Other ingredients: Capsule (plant-derived Cellulose), Cellulose powder.Magnesium Sterate,Silica.
**Wildcrafted,Gluten Free

Lifestyle Suggestions

Individuals of dominant Vata Dosha are susceptible to joint conditions. Painful, cracking even arthritic joints are manifestations of Vata imbalances. Boswellia provides relief to stiff and painful joints.

Kapha individuals can have difficulty maintaining fluid balance of the joints, sometimes exacerbated by weight. Boswellia helps Kapha types maintain fluid balance in the joints.

Vata types would do well to get a massage. They should prefer warm, moist foods, particularly when joints are impaired and in cold, dry climates. Vata dominant individuals should seek less joint stressing activities. Swimming may be an alternative to running. Walking may be preferred over high impact aerobics.

Media (Audio)

Find out more about Boswellia. Click the player below for an audio program – an interview with Dr John Douillard D.O, Ayurvedic Practitioner, on the Deborah Ray Show. Click the right facing triangle to START the audio program. To skip to the next track click the right facing double triangles. To skip to previous track click the left facing double triangles.