Prohormone & Supplement Ingredients:

Boswellin

Boswellin, the trademark name of the Boswellia herb, has been in use for thousands of years in the Ayuverdic and Chinese medicine traditions. It is recognized within those traditions, and increasingly by Western medicine, as having strong anti-inflammatory properties. Boswellin has also been subject to rigorous tests which have shown it may be uniquely effective in alleviating the growth rates of several different types of cancerous tumors.

Anti-inflammatory agent

The anti-inflammatory properties of the leukotriene formation promoted by Boswellin have been shown effective in the treatment of arthritis and other inflammatory disorders. Boswellin also promotes certain enzymes and proteins within the body that can reduce tissue inflammation, notably in the lungs.

The disorders it has been shown to decrease inflammation in are as follows:

- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Osteoporosis
- Ulcerative Colitis
- Asthma

Boswellin is available as a supplement so it is easy to add to the diet and is well tolerated by most individuals. As an inflammatory agent, follow the dosage instructions on the bottle for proper administration.

Anti-tumor agent

Studies have also indicated that there is a link between supplementing the diet with Boswellin and the reduction in the rate of tumor growth associated with several types of cancer. There is also evidence that indicates that Boswellin may play a role in reducing the size of existing tumors as well. In cancers of the prostrate and some brain cancers like Glioma, studies indicate that Boswellin can prevent tumor growth.

The majority of the studies have focused on brain, breast and leukemic cancers. Talk to your doctor before supplementing your medications and diet with Boswellin for tumor reductions as they can then document the process to provide proof of effectiveness. They will also be able to recommend an appropriate dosage level for your condition.

Links to additional information on Boswellin:

http://www.boswellin.com/Pharmacologic.html

http://examine.com/supplements/Boswellia+Serrata/

http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/food-nutrition/vitamin-supplements/boswellia.htm
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