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This study was cleared by the institutional ethics committee. It relieves pain and improves joint mobility and flexibility. However, as per my experience, when compared to Guggulu capsule, the gastric irritation Shallaki with Boswellia is less and is better tolerated than Guggulu capsules. Naeem Ahmed Certified BuyerKharupatia 1 month ago. Jointil Capsules from Sanat Products Ltd are wonderful natural option for arthritis and joint pains that contain time tested herbs of Shallaki and Haridra among others, mainly for the arthritic conditions like osteo-arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Q: how to take? Ganesh Certified BuyerWarangal District 8 months ago. The herb, Shallaki is botanically known as Boswellia serrata. It is widely used as a Shallaki to modern pain Shallali medicines. Majra, DehradunUttarakhand, India. Product Details Pack. Report Abuse. The ability of turmeric to relieve joint pain and to slow pain progression has been studied on different animal models.
(Active Ingredient: Boswellic acid)
Shallaki (boswellic acid) is useful in treating arthritis and joint pain.
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Shallaki 60caps
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    Shallaki treats joint problems. It has pain-relieving properties that are useful in treating arthritis and joint pain. Helps in relieving the discomfort caused by morning stiffness. Shallaki (boswellic acid) possesses strong anti-inflammatory properties.


    Take 1 capsule twice a day. To be swallowed with water or milk.


    Store at the room temperature away from moisture and sunlight. Keep out of reach of children.


    Active Ingredient: boswellic acid

  • There are no known warnings or precautions for Shallaki usage.

  • Possible Side Effects

    Shallaki is not known to have any side effects if taken as per the prescribed dosage. 
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    Two placebo-controlled studies, involving a total of 81 individuals with rheumatoid arthritis, found significant reductions in swelling and pain over the course of 3 months. A comparative study in 60 arthritic patients over 6 months showed that Boswellia extract produced symptomatic benefits comparable to oral gold therapy in arthritic patients. According to a recent review of unpublished studies, preliminary double-blind trials have found Boswellia to be effective in relieving the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.