Commercial name Indian frankincense
Botanical name Boswellia serrata
Botanical family Burseraceae
Plant part Oleo gum resin
Manufacturing place India
Active ingredient(s) Boswellic acid
Extraction’s method Solvent Extraction
Extract ratio 8:1
Boswellia serrata Extract
En ayurvéda, cette pante est appréciée pour soigner les maux des corps fatigués et inflammés. Boswellia is used as a safe support for healthy joint and muscle functions. Regular use can help reduce inflammation-related pain (Gum Resin) such as joint, muscle, nerve pain, etc. It helps soothe the joints and helps promote neuromuscular well-being, and helps reduce symptoms related to stress. Healthy joint and muscle functions Help reduce pain Supports neuromuscular functions
Commercial name Indian frankincense
Composition Method of analysis
Boswellic acid NLT 90% Titration
Aspect Fine powder Visual
Color Off white to creamy Visual
Odor & Taste Characteristic Organoleptic test
Particle size NLT 95% pass 60 mesh 80 Mesh screen
Bulk density 0.20 – 0.50 g/cm3 USP34-NF29<616>
Loss on drying NMT 5% 5g/105oC to weight
Ash NMT 5% 5g/600oC to weight
pH 3-7 IP
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