Boswelia is a resin extract obtained from the Boswelia tree, commonly used in traditional medicine for its potential anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties.

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What are Boswelia injections?

Boswellia, also known as Indian incense, is a herbal extract obtained from the Boswellia serrata tree.

The resin made from boswellia extract has been used for centuries in traditional Asian and African medicine. It treats chronic inflammatory conditions as well as other health conditions.

The benefits of Boswelia injections

Studies show that boswellia can reduce inflammation and can be useful in treating the following conditions:

-osteoarthritis (OA)
-rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
-inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
- prostate cancer
-pancreatic cancer
- breast cancer
-malignant leukemia cells
-brain tumors

Because boswellia has effective anti-inflammatory effects, it can be an effective pain reliever and could prevent cartilage loss. Some studies have found that it can even be useful in treating certain types of cancer, such as leukemia and breast cancer.

Indications for Boswelia injections

Research indicates that boswellic acid can prevent the formation of leukotrienes in the body. Leukotrienes are molecules identified as triggering factors of inflammation. These can trigger asthma symptoms.

Boswelia resin contains 4 acids that contribute to its anti-inflammatory properties. These acids inhibit the enzyme 5-lipoxygenase (5-LO), responsible for the production of leukotrienes. AKB acid It is considered the most potent of the four boswellic acids. However, other research suggests that other boswellic acids are responsible for the plant's anti-inflammatory properties.

Boswellia is recommended:

Regarding osteoarthritis

Many studies on the effect of Boswellia on osteoarthritis have found that it is effective in the treatment of pain and inflammation associated with this condition.

A 2003 study published in the journal Phytomedicine found that all 30 people with knee pain due to osteoarthritis who received Boswellia reported a decrease in knee pain. They also noticed an improvement in knee flexion and the distance they could walk.

Another study found that increasing the dose of Boswella-enriched extract led to an improvement in physical capacity. After 90 days of using the Boswelia product, knee pain caused by osteoarthritis decreased compared to a lower dose. A reduction in the levels of an enzyme that degrades cartilage was also observed.

Regarding rheumatoid arthritis

Studies on the usefulness of Boswelia in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis have found that Boswelia helps reduce joint swelling associated with rheumatoid arthritis. Some research suggests that Boswellia could intervene in the autoimmune process, which would make it an effective therapy for rheumatoid arthritis. Further research supports the effective anti-inflammatory and immune system balancing properties.

Regarding inflammatory intestinal diseases

Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, Boswelia can be effective in treating inflammatory intestinal diseases, such as Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis.

Several studies have found that the plant can also be effective in treating ulcerative colitis. We are just beginning to understand how its anti-inflammatory and immune system balancing effects can improve the inflamed state of the intestine.

In the case of asthma

Boswellia can play a role in reducing the production of leukotrienes, which cause the bronchial muscles to contract. A 1998 study on the plant's effect on asthma showed that people who took boswellia experienced a decrease in asthma symptoms and indicators. This indicates that the plant can play an important role in the treatment of bronchial asthma. Research continues and has shown that the positive immune system balancing properties of Boswellia can help alleviate the overreaction to environmental allergens that occurs in asthma.

Regarding cancer

Boswellic acids, found in frankincense oil, have been shown to suppress the progression of pancreatic and prostate cancer. They can also cause apoptosis, which is the destruction of cancer cells. There are a number of other properties of frankincense, including its anti-inflammatory properties. Boswellic acids act in several ways that can inhibit the growth of cancer and it has been found that boswellic acids can prevent the negative action of certain enzymes on DNA.

Also, studies have shown that Boswellia can fight against advanced breast cancer cells and can limit the spread of malignant leukemia cells and brain tumors. Another study showed that boswellic acids are effective in suppressing the invasion of pancreatic cancer cells.

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Frequently asked questions for PERFUSION/ INJECTIONS BOSWELIA

Boswelia is a plant extract obtained from the bark of the boswellia tree. It is also known as incense. Resin (the sticky substance found in trees and plants) is used to make an extract.

Boswella resin is used in Ayurvedic (traditional Indian) medicine.

Boswellia is used for:

-osteoarthritis (OA)
-rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
-inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
-helps to reduce cerebral fluid edema (brain swelling) after radiotherapy, in patients with brain tumors
-helps to reduce skin damage due to radiotherapy, in patients with breast cancer

An infusion session with Boswelia takes place in a medical facility under the supervision of specialized medical personnel. The procedure involves the following general steps:
Preliminary assessment: The doctor will perform a preliminary assessment to determine the need for intravenous iron and to assess the patient's general state of health.

Patient preparation: The patient will be prepared for the procedure.

Administering the infusion: The Boswelia solution will be administered slowly and gradually into the vein through the intravenous line according to the doctor's instructions. The medical staff will monitor the patient during the infusion.

Post-administration monitoring: After administration of the infusion, the patient will be monitored to detect any adverse reactions or possible side effects.

It is important to consult your doctor for specific information regarding the Boswelia infusion procedure, as this may vary according to individual needs and recommendations.

Side effects of using boswellia may include:

Allergic skin reactions

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