Boswellia extract powder is extracted from the resin of Boswellia carterii in the olive family. It is also called nipple incense because it drips into a nipple shape. Frankincense is mainly distributed in North Ethiopia, Somalia and South Arabia.
It is spherical or teardrop-shaped particles, or irregular small lumps, 0.5 to 2 cm long; light yellow, slightly blue-green or brown-red, translucent.
Botanical source:Boswellia Carterii Birdw
Part Used: The resin
Content: 65% boswellic acid
Appearance: light yellow fine powder
Test Method: titration
Contains 60-70% resin, 27-35% gum, 3-8% volatile oil. The main components of the resin are free a, B-Boswellic acid 33%, combined Boswellic acid 1.5%, and Boswellia hydrocarbon 33%. Gum is 20% of calcium and magnesium salts of arabinic acid, and 6% of astragalus adhesive; in addition, it still contains 0.5% of bitterness. And its derivatives and m-methylphenol, the neutral part contains α-, β-anorinin derivatives such as α-anorinone, which still contains green flower lasatellite, boswellia terpenes and oxidized boswellia terpenes.
This extract is commonly used to treat pain associated with certain medical conditions. It is considered a holistic herbal remedy.
Boswellia extract powder is used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine and originated in India. In India, practitioners of traditional Ayurvedic medicine in India believe that Boswellia extract is beneficial for certain medical conditions. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, including joint pain and swelling, can be extracted by Boshili Boswellic acid found in the substance to alleviate or eliminate. This is because they have anti-inflammatory properties similar to drugs. Anti-inflammatory drugs can also upset the stomach, but it is believed that Boswellia extract has no adverse effects on the digestive tract.