Boswellia is the gummy resin of the boswellia tree. It is native to India and used for centuries by Ayurvedic doctors. It is an Ayurvedic plant that contains anti-inflammatory terpenoids called boswellic acids. Local Names: Guggal, Salai Guggal, Sallaki
The oleo gum-resins contain 30-60% resin, 5-10% essential oils, which are soluble in the organic solvents, and the rest is made up of polysaccharides.
The gum resin of Boswellia serrata contains three triterpenic acids known as α, β,γ Boswellic acids, ursan type compound with pentacyclic triterpens
The terpenoid portion contains the boswellic acids that have been shown to be the active constituents in boswellia.
Benefits of using Boswellia :
Boswellia 10%, 65% & 70%