Ayurvedic Treatment

Sallaki (BOSWELLIA SERRATA)

Description:

Boswellia is the gummy resin of the boswellia tree. It is native to India and used for centuries by Ayurvedic doctors. It is an Ayurvedic plant that contains anti-inflammatory terpenoids called boswellic acids.

  • Botanical Name - BOSWELLIA SERRATA
  • Family Name - BURSERACEAE
  • Common (Indian) Names:
  • Hindi: Guggal, Salai Guggal, Sallaki
  • English: INDIAN OLIBANUM TREE, OLIBANUM, LUBAN, GOND
  • Part Used -BARK, GUM RESIN The most important derivative of Boswellia Serrata tree is the Boswellia Gum Resin.
  • Product Offered - stems
  • Active Compounds - alkaloids and with anoloids
  • Habitat - Terminalia Arjuna is a deciduous tree (about 60-70 feet height), is abundantly found in India and Ceylon, also in Myanmar and Sri Lanka.

Modern medical sciences have progressed a lot in its fight against aliments concerning heart. Day by day, the numbers of heart patients are increasing. A number of medications starting from Aspirin to sophisticated open heart surgeries are now a days common in developed countries. In spite of the ultramodern technologies and the awareness programs, heart diseases like Angina pectoris and Myocardial Infraction are till today creating alarming situations in the society.

If we consider the traditional herbal system of medicine in India- Ayurveda, we will come to know that Ancient medical scientists have mentioned the remarkable cardio protective, heart muscle strengthening properties of Arjuna herb.

History:

Boswellin (Boswellia Serrata) is an ayurvedic herb that has been traditionally used in India in folk medicine as a remedy for several inflammatory diseases, such as arthritis and bursitis.

Active Constituents:

The gum oleoresin consists of essential oils, gum, and terpenoids. The terpenoid portion contains the boswellic acids that have been shown to be the active constituents in boswellia. Today, extracts are typically standardized to contain 37. boswellic acids.

Benefits of Boswellia Serrata in the treatment of Arthritis:

When it comes to the cure of any ailment there is a variety of expertise available, when it comes to the wondrous tree of boswellia. Interestingly boswellia is a large branching tree which is found in the Northern Africa and the Middle East; the strips of Boswellia are peeled away, which is known as the gummy oleo-resin.its extracts have been traditionally used in the system of Ayurveda. Used as an anti arthritic, an astringent, a stimulant an antiseptic, you name it and the need is fulfilled. Known for the variety of purposes it fulfills, boswellia serrata contains oils sugars, as well as volatile oils.

It is also known to inhibit human leukocyte elastase involved in the pathogenesis of emphysema. One of the major cures this wonder drug is known to have is the beneficial effect on knee osteoarthritis. Several studies have been carried out to confirm the effects of boswellia serrata, a comparative study was undertaken to study its effects when the same was in combination of several drugs was studied in the patients suffering from the inflicting osteoarthritis patients. there were certainly reports of reduction in pain of the joints at the severity of pain had altered, in the fortunate ones who took the combination of few other Ayurvedic drugs in combination with boswellia serrata. The researches almost concluded that it showed positive effects, even the ones from pathology.

The effects were evident from the reduction of pain as well as swelling in the joints, not only in humans; in fact some animal studies performed in India also showed ingestion of a defatted alcoholic extract of boswellia serrata ingested in animals seemed to reduce the primary antibody synthesis totally inhibiting the classical complement pathway. When researches were conducted on the effects of boswellia serrata, an extract boswellic acid, had also been studied for the anti-neoplastic activity, more or less in the primary and the secondary brain tumors, , which is also undergoing an early-stage clinical trial at several clinical levels. No wonder, apart from the cure of arthritis, it has been further studied for the anti-neoplastic activity, more or less in the experimental and the secondary brain tumors that indicate potential efficacy. . Boswellia serrata is also known to be a promising alternative, no wonder it is when one sees the ancient use of the same widely known among the herbalists as a treatment for arthritis.

Many studies conducted since the original study has confirmed that Boswellia Serrata has potent anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic activity. Boswellia was found to improve blood supply to the joints and restore integrity of vessels weakened by spasm. Boswellia Serrata may also be useful for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis with no side effects as those seen with traditional drugs of choice.

Potential for anti-cancer activity

Boswellic acid, an extract from Boswellia serrata, has been studied for anti-neoplastic activity, especially in experimental primary and secondary brain tumors, indicating potential efficacy from in vitro and limited clinical research. Boswellic acid is also undergoing an early-stage clinical trial at the Cleveland Clinic.

Dosage:

For arthritis: 300mg of boswellic acids three times a day has been used.

For asthma: 300mg three times daily has been used.

For back pain and other areas of aching or stiffness: Take 300 mg boswellic acids three times a day. Or rub a pea-sized amount of cream into the area where the pain is concentrated every four to six hours. Continue as long as needed.

For Crohn is disease and ulcerative colitis: 300 mg of Boswellia gum resin three times daily has been used.

Other Benefits:

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Possible Risks of Gymnema Sylvestre:

As discussed above, one of the primary used of gymnema sylvestre is for the treatment of high blood sugar levels. While these high sugar levels can be very dangerous, having a blood sugar that is too low can also result in serious health conditions, including lightheadedness, dizziness, fainting, nausea, and even coma. It is important to talk to your doctor or pharmacist before taking gymnema sylvestre to find out whether or not this herbal supplement is right for you. Always remember that is it better to be safe than sorry.

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