Frankincense extract 65% | Boswellia serrata

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Boswellia – Indian frankincense – is a tree whose resin is especially valued in traditional medicine of the Far East. First and foremost, it is applied as a remedy to pains and ailments of the joints. Moreover, it supports the functioning of the immune system, strengthens the bones, and protects the liver. Currently, the potential of frankincense as an antidepressant is being researched.


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Frankincense extract 65% | Boswellia serrata

Properties: Among many trees found in nature, the frankincense strongly stands out. This is not, however, due to the unique shape or size of its leaves. Mostly, it is popular due to its healthy properties. For centuries, the resin of this extraordinary tree has been applied as a painkiller or to support the organism during infection. It contains natural substances that help the immune system to deal with pathogens quickly and efficiently. Regular supplementation of boswellia stimulates the functioning of the immune cells and increases the number of lymphocytes. Altogether, it ensures the proper course of the immune reaction. 

What is more, frankincense can also be applied as a painkiller and a remedy to ailments of the motor system. The most effective analgesic effect is in the case of joint degeneration or chronic inflammation. Research evidence suggests that the resin of this plant helps to reduce the joint rigidity and limits the unpleasant feeling related with degeneration. On top of that, it protects the bones. Interestingly, the analgesic effect of frankincense can be noticed really fast – already after a few days of supplementation. 

Keep in mind that the extract of Boswellia serrata benefits the functioning of the cardiovascular system as it helps to maintain optimal cholesterol level in the organism. The active compounds found in the extract improve the condition of the liver too. Thereby, they stimulate the elimination of toxins from the organism and ensure the optimal glucose level in blood. 

Noteworthy, the supplementation of frankincense extract may also bring back inner peace. Studies of brain activity demonstrate that bioactive compounds of boswellia influence the neurotransmitters responsible for managing emotion. In this way, it becomes easier to maintain a positive mood and regulate unpleasant feelings.

Occurrence: Indian frankincense (Boswellia serrata) is the tree from the Burseraceae family. It has a medium size and a highly branched crown. Naturally, it occurs in the tropical climate of India and Pakistan where it grows on the slopes and ridges of hills up to an altitude of 1150 m above sea level. It is resistant to drought and extremely high temperatures. The resin obtained from its trunk is the raw herbal material. 

The first mention of the healing properties of frankincense resin can be found in the ancient Egyptian papyrus of Ebers, dating back to 1500 BC. In Ayurveda (traditional Indian medicine) and Unami (Persian) this resin has been used for millennia, mainly as a remedy to ailments related with arthritis. According to Ayurveda, where it is called shallaki, this is a substance with double energetics – both heating and cooling. The heating energy refers to the increase of blood circulation, whereas the cooling – to the reduction of the inflammation. Perhaps this is why the frankincense has often been used in rituals and meditations. The ancients believed that it was able to purify the body as well as the spirit.

Biochemistry: The resin of boswellia owes its properties primarily to boswellic acids. Chemically speaking, they are classified as the polycyclic triterpenes. In addition to them, the resin also contains: derivatives of boswellic acids, polysaccharides and essential oil, which mainly consists of monoterpene compounds (e.g. limonene).

Fun fact: The resin of boswellia was considered magical. In ancient India, Persia, Babylon, and Egypt it was a popular belief that its aroma and smoke purify the household by repelling malicious spirits and attracting the benevolent ones, thereby lighting up the souls of its inhabitants. For these reasons, it has often been used during rituals in monasteries and temples.

How does Boswellia extract 65% | Boswellia serrata work?

Improves immunity: Results of multiple research studies show that Indian frankincense stimulates the natural defense mechanisms of the organism. Regularly supplemented, boswellic acids – its main active compound – increase the number of lymphocytes that are crucial for proper immune reaction. What is more, they specifically stimulate lymphocytes B to produce more antibodies and macrophages – to devour pathogens. Interestingly, Boswellia serrata itself has the ability to inhibit the development of some infectious bacteria, fungi, and viruses. What is more, it prevents the inflammation from spreading as it can be harmful for tissues. All these properties make frankincense a great natural support for general health condition. 

Improves joint condition: Traditional Indian medicine applies the resin of frankincense in combination with ashwagandha and curcumin as a remedy to joint pain and degeneration. Modern research evidence confirms the efficiency of Boswellia serrata in this matter. During clinical trials those volunteers who supplemented the extract of B. serrata reported the decrease of joint rigidity by 40% and the relief of pain even by 70-80%. Additionally, the functioning of joints such as knees, shoulders, and spine was improved. The benefits could be observed already after a week of supplementation.

Supports general health: Boswellia serrata has a wide spectrum of healthy properties. The boswellic acids contained in the extract protect the blood vessels from damage and decrease the risk of them clogging. Besides that, the extract helps to normalize the blood glucose and cholesterol levels. It is worth noting that frankincense supports the condition of bones by limiting the proliferation of osteoclasts (also known as osteogenic cells). Last but not least, it protects the liver and supports its functioning, thereby detoxifying the organism. The potential of frankincense resin in limiting the spread of cancer is currently under investigation.

Supports positive mood: Thousands years back, it was believed that the resin of frankincense attracts “good spirits”. Thanks to modern research evidence we know that its active compounds influence neurotransmitters. This happens via the receptor TRPV3 which in the central nervous system takes part in the regulation of emotions. Multiple analyses have demonstrated that supplementation of Boswellia serrata efficiently supports positive mood and helps to maintain inner peace.

Boswellia extract 65% | Boswellia serrata product specification


  • powdered raw ingredient
  • extract from the resin of Boswellia serrata; (>65% boswellic acids)
  • steel measuring tool 0.60 ml ~ 550 mg
  • airtight ALU-PET bag
  • nutrition, neuroregulation, herbal medicine
  • ingredient admitted to trading in the EU and the US

How to use Boswellia extract 65% | Boswellia serrata?


  • 300 – 600 mg
  • 1 – 3
  • with food
  • during the day
  • 12 weeks of using – 4 weeks of break

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