Boscortin for horses

Boswellia serrata in the highest bioavailability. To support the joint functions, promote mobility and support the skin function.

Boscortin for horses

Most horses experience dermal infections and/or musculoskeletal inflammation at some point in their lives. Usually affected are cartilage, fibers, ligaments and joint capsules. Dermatological allergies often lead to infections. Boscortin helps to maintain natural body functions and facilitates the regulation, stabilization and regeneration of the connective tissue in the joints as well as the maintaining dermal function.

To guarantee the highest possible metabolization of Boswellia serrata, a special production process, solubilization, is utilized to produce Boscortin. The bioavailability of Boswellia serrata is thus manifold higher than traditional production processes and their resulting dosage forms, such as tablets and pastes. Boscortin does not irritate the stomach lining and the cortisol levels in the body remain constant.

  • Indian incense extract (Boswellia serrata)

    The effect of frankincense resins is mainly attributed to its boswellic acids and triper acids. Boswellia inhibits the enzyme 5-lipoxygenase and thus reduces the formation of so-called leukotrines. Indian frankincense is used to treat irritated skin, as well as to strengthen joints by keeping the amount of cartilage at a stable level. These results are possible without the classic side effects of cortisone-containing products.

  • Vitamin E (DL-α-Tocopherol)

    Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant. It captures free radicals and thus protects the fatty acids and cell-membranes of the skin.

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