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Shallaki (Boswellia serrata) is a herbal supplement well known for its antiseptic, anti-atherosclerosis and anti-arthritic properties. Shallaki is an extract from the resin of the Boswellia tree - a plant growing in the mountains of India. In Ayurveda, this substance is known primarily as an effective anti-inflammatory agent.
Experiments have shown that the use of Shallaki leads to the elimination of joint swelling, increases mobility, increases muscle strength and has a holistic effect on joint health. This is a herbal natural product that does not have side effects and is suitable for long-term use.
Shallaki medication is effective for the treatment of the following diseases:
• rheumatoid arthritis,
• cervical spondylosis,
• ankylosing spondylitis,
• lumbar pains
Shallaki is also a well-known means for improving eyesight. It is used to increase the concentration, because tones up brain activity, to improve mental abilities. It is very useful for digestion, for constipation, loss of taste, for removing ama from the body, for diarrhea. It is one of the components of the treatment of diseases of the urinary system and respiration. It is also used in neurology, especially in anxiety, increased irritability.
Shallaki effects include the following ones.
1. It supports the prevention of excessive wear of the joints: stops the degradation of glycosaminoglycans, important elements in the structural building blocks of articular cartilage, which have a cushioning effect and support normal joint lubrication.
2. Boswellic acid - the active ingredient in Shallaki, suppresses inflammation and pain in the joints by embracing key enzymes that facilitate the release of pro-inflammatory substances in the joints.
3. Unlike other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, Shallaki gently affects the gastrointestinal tract and does not cause irritation of the stomach or ulcers.
4. The analgesic qualities of Shallaki relieve joint pain and improve joint function.
Medically reviewed by Dr. Josette Davignon
Last updated: 22.09.2021