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The health benefits of incense have been known for many centuries and have been successfully used in natural medicine, in particular in Ayurvedic and Arabic medicine. The most valuable are its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, which are extremely effective in treating joints, rheumatism, asthma, skin diseases, intestinal inflammation, difficult healing wounds and alleviating the effects of viper bites. Incense found in Africa, India and Arab countries

Incense from joint and bone pain

In incense, we can find a range of active ingredients, especially boswellic acids, which have anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, thanks to these abilities, this plant is used to treat diseases of the joints, bones, spine, digestive system, respiratory tract, as well as allergies. Anesthesia abilities are also used to combat diseases associated with rheumatoid arthritis. Studies conducted by scientists have shown that frankincense extract improves mobility when flexing joints, reduces puffiness and protects against cartilage loss.

Incense and its beneficial effects on the intestines

Frankincense is extremely useful for our digestive system, especially the intestines, and is very useful in the treatment of diseases such as diarrhea, flatulence, pain, inflammation of the intestines or relief of the symptoms of Leontief-Crohn’s disease, that is, nonspecific inflammation of the intestines.

Incense, asthma and allergies

Incense has a very positive effect on our respiratory system, helping to relieve the airways, thereby reducing the swelling of the bronchi and sinuses. It also supports the treatment of asthma and relieves the symptoms that accompany it.

Incense and Diabetes, and Liver Disease

Incense, which confirmed the studies that regulate the balance of cholesterol, are also used to prevent atherosclerosis, help in the treatment of diabetes and help prevent liver and kidney diseases.