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Nature's Answer Boswellia Standardized Herbal Extract -- 400 mg - 90 Vegetarian Capsules


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Nature's Answer Boswellia Standardized Herbal Extract -- 400 mg - 90 Vegetarian Capsules

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Nature's Answer Boswellia Standardized Herbal Extract Description

  • Supports Healthy Joint Function
  • Standardized Herbal Extract
  • Boswellia serrta
  • Standardized for 65% Boswellic Acid
  • Holistically Balanced®
  • Discover Nature's Answer and Trust the Difference...®
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • Absolutely No Preservatives

The Genius of Mother Nature in Every Bottle - Just as She Intended

"The true value of a plant lies deep within its natural holistic balance." Frank D'Amelio, Sr., Founder, Nature's Answers

With one of the most comprehensive herbariums in the world, Nature's Answer has identified Mother Nature's unique botanical fingerprint on over 800 plant reference standards. Utilizing Advanced Botanical Fingerprint Technology, these authenticated samples each serve as the standard by which all incoming raw materials are judged.

Using carefully-controlled extraction techniques, we capture the holistic balance of each herb and the value is passed on to you, the consumer, who can be assured that the product in your hand is authentic, safe, effective, holistically balanced, and of course...Nature's Answers.

The True Nature of Our Standards go way beyond the herb...

  • A Trusted, Ethical, Family-Owned and Operated Business Since 1972
  • Our Facility is NSF GMP Certified, Organic and Kosher Certified
  • Over 100 Quality Control Checkpoints in Every Bottle
  • Vertically Integrated: Allows for the Highest Quality at the Best Possible Price
  • Proudly Based in the USA...Responsibly and with Love


Directions

Suggesested Use: As a dietary supplement, take one (1) capsule 1-3 times per day, preferably with meals.

 

Store in a cool, dry place.

Free Of
Gluten.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings per Container: 90
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Boswellia (Boswellia serrata) Resin Extract (standardized for 65% Boswellic Acid [260 mg])400 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Rice flour, dicalcium phosphate, vegetable cellulose (capsule), calcium silicate.
Warnings

Keep Out of Reach of Children

Do not use if safety seal i sdamaged or missing. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medications, planning any medical procedure or have a medical condition, consult with your healthcare practitioner before use.

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4 Unexpected Foods With Anti-Inflammatory Benefits

A troop of dietary soldiers stand on the front lines in the battle against inflammation. They include fatty fish, olive oil, tomatoes, fruits like strawberries and blueberries, green leafy vegetables like spinach and kale, and nuts like almonds and walnuts.

However, several unsung heroes also are engaged in the anti-inflammation battle. Like olive oil and almonds, they also might help combat disorders linked to inflammation, such as arthritis, asthma, atherosclerosis, blindness and diabetes.

Here are four foods that some experts suggest you consider putting in your anti-inflammation arsenal.

Arrangement of Soursop Fruit and Juice in Tropical Setting to Represent Foods That Reduce Inflammation | Vitacost.com/blog

1. Soursop

Chances are, soursop isn’t part of your daily diet. But given its anti-inflammatory properties, perhaps it should be.

Soursop — also known as graviola, custard apple, paw paw or corossolier — is a sweet, soft, smooth fruit that’s cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions, according to the University of Texas at El Paso. It’s long been used in traditional herbal medicine to treat ailments such as diarrhea, pain, hypertension, fever, coughs and asthma.

Today, soursop’s anti-inflammatory properties are grabbing more and more attention.

For instance, a study published in 2014 found that in tests on mice, soursop exhibited anti-inflammatory properties. Similarly, a study released in 2010 showed mice and rats gained anti-inflammatory benefits from soursop. Researchers involved in both studies stressed that further tests were needed to fully endorse soursop as an anti-inflammatory for humans.

“Soursop gets is anti-inflammatory goodness from the alkaloids, phenols and acetogenins it contains,” according to Well + Good.

Experts caution against eating too much soursop, though, as overindulging could trigger health problems. Furthermore, they warn that soursop seeds are toxic.

2. Milk

Dairy Farmers of Canada, a group representing the country’s dairy industry, points to scientific evidence indicating that rather than worsening inflammation, milk and other dairy products actually might help avoid inflammation.

Drilling down into the dairy discussion, Palmer Kippola, a certified health coach specializing in functional medicine and author of “Beat Autoimmune: The 6 Keys to Reverse Your Condition and Reclaim Your Health,” says full-fat organic milk from A2 Jersey and Guernsey cows might decrease inflammation. A2 cow’s milk contains only the A2 type of beta-casein protein.

However, the California Dairy Research Foundation notes that research demonstrating the health benefits of A2 milk “is very thin.” Any health benefits being proclaimed about A2 milk “are anecdotal and not based on credible evidence,” the foundation says.

Nonetheless, a study published in 2016 concluded that the type of gastrointestinal inflammation caused by milk containing A1 beta-casein could be avoided by drinking only A2 milk.

“Whatever milk you choose, be sure to opt for organic with no sugar added,” Kippola says. “This keeps the three invisible forces within your body — epigenetics, the microbiome and mitochondria — working to keep inflammation at bay in your body.”

3. Garlic and onions

Garlic wards off vampires, and onions might ward off anyone wanting to peck you on the cheek, but both of these foods can ward off inflammation.

Dr. Tania Elliott, an internal medicine specialist who’s a national spokeswoman for the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, says garlic and onions pack both anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties.

Sulfur compounds derived from garlic might lower the production of substances in the blood that encourage inflammation, according to Health magazine. Experts recommend going with raw garlic to extract the most anti-inflammatory potential.

Meanwhile, onions contain a flavonoid called quercetin that acts as an anti-inflammatory, according to the National Onion Association. For the maximum effect, choose red or yellow onions or shallots rather than the white or sweet varieties, Health magazine says.

The Arthritis Foundation touts garlic and onions as two ingredients in an anti-inflammation diet for arthritis sufferers.

4. Nonalcoholic beer

Yes, you read that correctly. Nonalcoholic beer serves up some anti-inflammatory properties.

A study published in 2012 found that among the test subjects — marathoner runners — drinking nonalcoholic beer three weeks before and two weeks after the Munich Marathon reduced postrace inflammation.

How is that possible? Researchers say that naturally occurring polyphenolic compounds in foods such as nonalcoholic beer supply robust antioxidant, antipathogenic and anti-inflammatory properties. As a result, some athletes quaff nonalcoholic beer to bounce back more quickly after exercise.

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