Also known as the incense tree, it is a plant rich in triterpene acids (including beta-boswellic acid) which confer remarkable anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving and astringent properties. Consequently, Boswellia is very useful in counteracting pain and swelling of the joints.
Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties due to the content in polyphenols and sterols, it has a pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory action that allows to fight rheumatism and painful joints.
Among the beneficial substances of this plant are salicylates (derivatives of salicylic acid similar to the acetylsalicylic acid present in aspirin) known for their powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities.
Spirea is also useful for fighting swelling thanks to its draining effect.
This plant is well known for its anti-edematous, anti-inflammatory, antiphlogistic and analgesic properties. For this reason, it is often used topically in case of joint swelling and pain, even of traumatic origin.
Thanks to the well-known refreshing and analgesic properties, Menthol gives a feeling of intense and prolonged freshness