gum resin


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Frankincense essential oil prepared from hydrodistillation of Boswellia sacra gum resins induces human pancreatic cancer cell death in cultures and in a xenograft murine model.
The boswellia intervention was a commercially available ethanolic extract of Boswellic acid isolated from gum resin of Boswellia serrata and was administered orally for 21 days following CIA induction.
Burseraceae) gum resin on adjuvant-induced arthritis in lewis rats.
WHAT MARKET VALUE does frankincense have nowadays, the gum resin at the heart of an immensely profitable luxury trade spanning several millennia and once as important to the economy of the Middle East as oil is today?
The gum resin of boswellia serrata contains boswellic acids, which are well recognized for safe and effective use in humans.
They would put a ball of sticky rubber gum resin on the end of their arrows and just shoot the birds out of the trees at night.
Gum resin, gamboge Pith, flowers, leaves and fruits yield
Some natural ingredients in different gum bases have been replaced by man-made materials because of the change in climates and demand for land in the areas where the trees with gum resin grow.
They were identified as Melchior, an elderly Persian with a long beard bringing the gift of gold; Caspar, a young and beardless Indian offering frankincense, a royal fragrance; and Balthasar, a black Arabian bearing the gift of myrrh, a bitter gum resin valued for its medicinal purposes.
The acquisition will include the paper chemicals and resins business, a production unit in Kunsan (South Korea) as well as Dongsung's 70% interest in the gum resin producer Fengkai Dongsung Chemical Co Ltd, China.
Recently it has been reported that an alcoholic extract of the gum resin of Boswellia serrata and two of its active compounds i.
In a double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study, 80 patients with chronic asthma were treated with 900 mg/day of Boswellia gum resin or placebo for six weeks.
This herbal extract is derived from gum resin secreted by the boswellia tree, part of a family of medicinal plants grown and used in India, Africa, China, and the Middle East.
Frankincense is obtained from a forest tree called Boswellia Thurifera and the gum resin is used in medicine.