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Osteoarthritis (OA) is a common health condition, so it is always interesting to learn of new developments in the treatment of this potentially disabling and painful disorder. The results of recent clinical trials involving the herb Boswellia serrata reveal some quite startling results that suggest this Ayurvedic herb is not only capable of relieving OA symptoms, but also might be disease-modifying, according to nutritionalwellness.com.
This seems to be a great option for those who don’t want to take a selective COX-2 inhibitor due to potential risks. The research shows that the improvements patients felt with Boswellia lasted one month after the patient stops taking it, unlike some medications in which the patient stopped taking it and he or she was back to square one.
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