Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Derived from plants of the genus Boswellia.

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Examples

  • Several Indian studies report that, based on animal studies, compounds derived from boswellia, called boswellic acids, can reduce signs of inflammation in the knee joint.

    Earl Mindell’s New Herb Bible

  • Several Indian studies report that, based on animal studies, compounds derived from boswellia, called boswellic acids, can reduce signs of inflammation in the knee joint.

    Earl Mindell’s New Herb Bible

  • Several Indian studies report that, based on animal studies, compounds derived from boswellia, called boswellic acids, can reduce signs of inflammation in the knee joint.

    Earl Mindell’s New Herb Bible

  • Several Indian studies report that, based on animal studies, compounds derived from boswellia, called boswellic acids, can reduce signs of inflammation in the knee joint.

    Earl Mindell’s New Herb Bible

  • Maybe the answer comes from the ingredient-by-ingredient analysis: Rexall submitted evidence that the other boswellic acids in the Perrigo products could be expected to diminish the anti-inflammatory effects of the AKBA.

    Out of joint: duelling supplements denied summary judgment

  • The studies suggest that Boswellia has anti-inflammatory effects; there are at least 6 boswellic acids, including AKBA, which the research suggests is the most active.

    Out of joint: duelling supplements denied summary judgment

  • The studies suggest that Boswellia has anti-inflammatory effects; there are at least 6 boswellic acids, including AKBA, which the research suggests is the most active.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Typical Boswellia extracts have 2-3% AKBA, but 5-LOXIN has no less than 30%, and reduced or nonexistent amounts of the other boswellic acids.

    Out of joint: duelling supplements denied summary judgment

  • Typical Boswellia extracts have 2-3% AKBA, but 5-LOXIN has no less than 30%, and reduced or nonexistent amounts of the other boswellic acids.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Maybe the answer comes from the ingredient-by-ingredient analysis: Rexall submitted evidence that the other boswellic acids in the Perrigo products could be expected to diminish the anti-inflammatory effects of the AKBA.

    Archive 2009-09-01

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