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The effectiveness of boswellia is a hot topic.
Known as a good food for the joints, Bosswellia is a plague tree from India or from the eastern highlands of Africa. It is also called sulfur in Korea.
Bongwellya is useful for detoxification and blood circulation, and it is said to be effective for pain.
Bosswellia acts as an inhibitor of inflammation and inflammation due to boswellelic acid.
In addition, due to the abundance of infracin ingredients, it also helps to improve skin diseases.
Bosswellia is generally rich in magnesium, zinc, selenium, manganese, vitamin D and a variety of other ingredients.
Bosswellia can be eaten in tea or wines, and it is useful to take incense.
If you drink tea, place 4 g of boswellia crystals in a tea bag and boil for 20 to 30 minutes with 1 L of water.
However, Bosswellia can cause symptoms such as gastrointestinal disorders, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, rashes, and liver damage by taking more than 4 g / day.
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