Boswellia Serrata, An Anti Inflammatory Ayurvedic Supplement, Dr.kumar Pati, DSC

By: Ayurvedic, biotech
HAYWARD, Calif. - Oct. 7, 2022 - PRLog -- Subject: Boswellia  or Shallaki, An Ayurvedic Herbal Home Remedy
Dr.Abhay Kumar Pati. BAMS, DSc ( doctor in Science)
Natural Anti-Inflammatory Ayurvedic Supplement

Shallaki  ( Sanskrit) or  Frank Incense (English),  or Boswellia Serrata ( Botanical)

Dr.Abhay Kumar Pati, BAMS, D.Sc, CEO Best Nutrition Products Inc.USA and Biotech Ayur Pvt Ltd. Odisha India

Dr.Pati is an Ex Student of J. B.Ray State College of Ayurvedic medicine in Kolkata, which is known as Asthanga Ayurvedic College, one of the oldest Ayurvedic Institution  in India.


Boswellia has been a staple in folk medicine for centuries, and research is now discovering why: studies suggest that compounds in the plant called Boswellic acids help fight inflammation.

There are four boswellic acids that fight inflammation:  ß-boswellic acid, acetyl-ß-boswellic acid, 11-keto-ß-boswellic acid and acetyl-11-ß-boswellic acid.

So how do they work? Boswellic acids prevent the formation of leukotrienes, molecules that cause inflammation in the body. By blocking leukotrienes, boswellia could help you stop inflammation before it becomes a problem. For example, research claims that boswellia can help patients with osteoarthritis. The herb may be able to help patients increase mobility.
  • Boswellia is also called frankincense extract or Indian frankincense. Boswellia serrata extract is harvested from the tree of the same name. Once the tree is eight years old, resin can be harvested from it to produce the boswellia serrata supplement. The extraction process involves making an incision in the thin bark of the tree to release the milk white resin, which then hardens when it's exposed to open air.
  • You can thank elephants for Boswellia's popularity. Ancient Ayurvedic healers notice that elephants that ate the plant seemed calmer and healthier, so the healers soon started administering it to their patients.
  • Pairing boswellia with other natural anti-inflammatory supplements like turmeric and ginger could further improve its health benefits.

Boswellia Side Effects and Dosage

Side Effects

Before you take a boswellia supplement, you should consult a doctor or pharmacist to find the right dosage for you. In studies, participants often start on a lower dosage and work their way up to a higher dosage to avoid more serious side effects, including:
  • Acid reflux
  • Nausea
  • Dermatitis (itchy, inflamed skin)
  • Gastrointestinal issues, including pain, reflux and diarrhea

Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not take boswellia as some research suggests that it might cause abnormal bleeding.


Boswellia dosage varies depending on your health goals and conditions.  It is recommended  taking 300-400 mg by capsule three times per day for products containing 60 percent boswellic acid to treat and prevent further development and arthritis.
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