After a short time, the ingestion resulted in recovery so that pain and stiffness improved.
Boswelia acids as Shallaki inhibit the leukotriene synthesis which is known to be responsible for asthma.
Shallaki was further researched in the 1990s, for example, Prof. Dr. H.P.T. Ammon carried out research on the use of frankincense at the University of Tübingen in Germany. The "anti-tumor effect" of Shallaki is now being researched at various universities in Freiburg, Ulm and Tübingen. A decrease in intracranial pressure as well as a decrease in tumor cell growth was noted.
German name: Indian frankincense - Indian frankincense tree
English name: Indian frankincense - Indian olibanum
Latin name: Boswellia serrate - Boswellia glabra - Boswellia balsamifera - Boswellia thurifera - Bursera thurifera - Chloroxylon dupada