There Boswellia serrata it is a widely spread shrub throughout India; by carving the bark of the branches an oleo-gummy resin is obtained which, once dried in grains, is more commonly known as " incense ", used in Ayurvedic medicine for the preparation of curative ointments.
Today this resin is in the spotlight for hers anti-inflammatory properties, due to the high content of boswellic acids.
There Boswellia it is therefore useful in case of articolar pains And localized tensions , but not only; it is also good for the intestine and in particular in the case of irritable colon .
EXPERIENCE BOSWELLIA FOR THE IRRITABLE COLON
The irritable colon is an inflammation that causes an altered sensitivity of the viscera, generating disorders that cause pain and dysfunctions such as diarrhea or constipation .
The causes are unclear, but it appears that multiple factors contribute to irritable bowel syndrome, such as it stress , improper nutrition (rich in acidifying, spicy or fried foods), food intolerances e prolonged intake of medications .
A valid help in case of irritable colon is given by the combination of Boswellia , which has an anti-inflammatory action on the intestine, in association with Depur Complex , which thanks to the complex of purifying, draining and hepatoprotective ingredients helps eliminate waste substances that are harmful to the body and cause inflammation .
Both supplements should be taken twice a day in conjunction with meals.
Irritable bowel is often related to stress ; for this reason it is important to avoid coffee and other foods rich in caffeine; it is important to follow a diet that facilitates the functions of the intestine and does not irritate it. Spicy spices, red meat and those vegetables that cause swelling must therefore be eliminated.
Physical activity is important, especially some disciplines like it yoga they can help overcome periods of stress or psychophysical fatigue.
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- Barbara Ricciardi, Natural Pharmacy, Sapere & Salute, year 8, February 2003, num. 42, pag. 18-19