Could Boswellia Help Prevent 1.5 Million Deaths in the U.S.? [Video]

By Michael A. Smith, MD

The ancient Egyptians attributed mystical powers to Boswellia serrata, a medicinal tree used for thousands of years. They would apply its highly-scented, bitter sap on open wounds for soothing relief and quick healing.

Today, we now know that the sap contains a compound called AKBA. When taken as an oral supplement, AKBA inhibits the 5-lipooxygenase enzyme - an enzyme associated with millions of deaths from our country’s top killers: heart disease, stroke, cancer and even Alzheimer’s.

Want to learn more? Watch the video below.


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