Coral Boswellia Coral Club

It is a dietary supplement of natural origin with a very wide range of action. One of its main tasks is to support the proper functioning of the body’s musculoskeletal system. The plant from which it is made has been used in natural medicine around the world for many centuries – although it is naturally only found in mountainous, inaccessible areas of India, it has gained its popularity around the world.


Boswellia Coral Club

The preparation Coral Boswellia contains a preparation of the same name, commonly used in natural medicine in the world due to its high content of aromatic resins with a lot of boswellic acids. They are responsible for supporting drugs in the process of reducing inflammation, strengthening bones and cartilage, as well as (like calcium and magnesium ) heart work and improving blood circulation.

It has many names – it is also called incense, Salai guggal, shallaki or Indian resin, it grows in the mountainous regions of India.

Boswellia Serrata

Boswellia serrata, also called “belligerent with inflammation,” is the most valued. Studies show that the use of Boswellia serrata together with appropriate medications helps reduce swelling and pain in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. The preparation contains many good substances, e.g. essential oils or palmitic acid.

It works in a similar way to traditional anti-inflammatory drugs – I block the processes of leukotriene synthesis, which are considered one of the causes of inflammation. They also block the penetration of white blood cells into articular cartilage. It also strengthens the structure and structure of cartilage and bones, and also limits their destruction.

Coral Club Boswellia – action / properties

This preparation is also often used to relieve asthma and allergy symptoms. It also has a positive effect on the immune system. The use of oils or extracts is also recommended for ringworm of the skin or nails. The positive properties of this supplement will also be felt by students – it increases learning ability and improves memory. Lowers blood cholesterol. There is also talk about the positive effect on sperm motility, which will especially be appreciated by men and couples seeking to enlarge the family.

Boswellia Serrata from Coral Club – application

Take 1 capsule 3 daily with meals. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. Dietary supplement cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet. The dietary supplement should be stored out of reach of small children. Do not use if you have an intolerance to any of the ingredients in the dietary supplement. Do not use if the lock nut is damaged.

Boswellia Coral Club – ingredients

Nutrient Content of substance in 1 capsule Portion recommended for consumption during the day: 3 capsules
Extract of incense resin 30% boswellic acid  4: 1Extract of Frankincense resin 70% boswellic acid 10: 1 25 mg

75 mg

75 mg

225 mg

Composition:  1 capsule contains: incense resin extract ( Boswellia serrata ) 30% boswellic acid 4: 1, incense resin extract ( Boswellia serrata ) 70% boswellic acid 10: 1

Boswellia Coral Club – where buy / price

The easiest way to buy Boswelia is through the official Coral Club store, available HERE . In the same place, you will also learn the current price of the product. Remember that after registering on the Coral Club website you get a 20% discount on this and all other products.

Boswellia Coral Club reviews:

” With age, I had more and more mobility problems. Using the Coral Boswellia dietary supplement allowed me to regain my former walking comfort. My opinion? I would highly recommend! 
Olaf, 65 years old

” I do competitive sports and after a serious injury, I had problems with walking. The use of Coral Boswellia helped in the rehabilitation process. In my opinion – it’s really worth it. 
Joanna, 24 years old

” I never thought that this product would improve my comfort so much! Earlier, it was very easy to “catch” inflammation, since the problem disappeared! 
Janek, 47 years old



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