Terpenes are the molecules in plants that are responsible for, among other things, the smell of the plant. Thousands of different structures are known, all with their own characteristics in different plants. The scent of a plant has a function, it can actually act as a repellent to keep certain bacteria, fungi and other enemies at bay. But it works the other way around, for example to promote pollination. Terpenes also help to keep the plant healthy. And especially this combination is very valuable, as the ancient Egyptians and Chinese already knew thousands of years ago. They already processed these substances in pleasant oils for various medical purposes. Terpenes are now also used in many foodstuffs and in the cosmetics industry. In addition to the medicinal effect, the terpenes ensure the fine taste of the lozenges and oil and also ensure the pleasant scent of the cream.
Boswellia is extracted from resin from the Boswellia serrata tree and is used for various complaints and disorders. Boswellia acids namely bind to the enzyme, 5 - lipoxygenase, which produces leukotrienes. These leukotrienes are biological compounds that bind to receptors in the lungs and airways which causes inflammation and airway constriction. These leukotrienes are held responsible for permanent chronic inflammation.
In addition, it has been shown that Boswellia (also known as Frankincense) can help with chronic bowel infections, asthma and chronic joint infections. Boswellia is also associated as a substance that relieves flu symptoms, ensures a better night's sleep and is a powerful tool for the immune system.
Boswellia is also used for the inhibition of inflammations such as osteoarthritis or arthritis, allergic diseases, skin diseases such as hives and psoriasis, and for the improvement of heart and blood vessels.
The lozenges naturally also contain all active substances; CBD, Boswellia, Myrre and Terpenen.
Myrre is a shrub plant that occurs in eastern Africa and Arabia and is nowadays also cultivated. The resin of the plant is used in many products such as toothpaste and mouthwash but is also used as a flavoring (Don Benedictine) in some soft drinks. In the Middle East the plant is often chewed due to its antiseptic effect, but in Africa it is mainly used as a plant for disinfection. The resin of the plant kills germs and stimulates macrophages. Myrre is a strong disinfectant that fights fungi, provides an analgesic effect, anti-inflammatory and wound healing. For these reasons, Mirre can help fight many mouth and throat diseases, but it is also used to combat skin diseases for poorly healing wounds, ringworm, itchy skin conditions, athlete's foot and aged skin.
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