Boswellia


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Noun1.Boswellia - genus of trees of North Africa and India that yield incense
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Burseraceae, family Burseraceae, torchwood family - resinous or aromatic chiefly tropical shrubs or trees
Boswellia carteri - tree yielding an aromatic gum resin burned as incense
Boswellia serrata, salai - East Indian tree yielding a resin used medicinally and burned as incense
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In a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial, 30 patients with osteoarthritis of the knee received either a Boswellia extract or placebo.
The Swiss delegation successfully committed to deeper research into Boswellia species (tree species used to extract resin for incense), the facilitation of trade in certain species of wood, and the use of modern electronic procedures for the issuing of CITES permits.
For that reason, Oman's Samahram historical village in Dhofar state became of great importance as it it surrounded by Boswellia sacra trees' reserves, used to extract Frankincense.
Originally grown in the plains of Oman's southern Dhofar Governorate, the precious resin is painstakingly harvested from the bark of the Boswellia sacra tree, after which it is allowed to dry and then cut up into small pieces.
This report provides forecast and analysis of the global Boswellia Market.
Summary: This report provides forecast and analysis of the global Boswellia Market.
(48) Boswellia papyrifera can significantly improve the spatial memory of MS patients.
Gamma-irradiation is used for decontamination of Boswellia tears to achieve satisfactory microbiological quality and public health safety.
The capsules include ginger, holy basil, boswellia, ashwagandha, amla, shatavari, neem leaf, triphala, guggul, and fenugreek.
Flavin treated her with detox and diet, including Boswellia serrata.
| Flexiqule: A herbal blend of boswellia and ginger, both used for centuries to ease joint pain, including arthritis, and maintain joint health (PS16.99 for 30 capsules from alchemlife.com).
In a new survey, scientists found Annona senegalensis (African Custard apple) and Boswellia dalziellii (Frankincense tree) were atop the list of plants commonly used to manage arthritis in North-West Nigeria.