BosMed® Intestinal Bowel Support
Helps Relieve Occasional:
• Intestinal discomfort
• Gas and bloating*
With Clinically Studied Boswellia
- SKU 41186 | 60 Softgels
BosMed Intestinal Bowel Support helps you experience digestive predictability and relief from occasional:
- Intestinal discomfort
- Gas and bloating
It provides soothing ingredients that work gently and effectively with your digestive system every day for healthy bowel regularity and intestinal motility. It supports the intestinal lining so you can experience comfortable—and predictable—digestive function.*
- Boswellia works through unique pathways in the body. BosMed Intestinal Bowel Support provides an advanced form of boswellia that can support your digestive health in ways that many other forms of boswellia cannot.*
- Coriander helps maintain healthy bacterial balance in the digestive tract and reduces occasional abdominal bloating.*
- Fennel provides compounds that support the mucosal lining of the stomach and intestines.*
- Caraway helps relieve occasional gas, bloating, and cramping and supports digestive regularity.*
- Peppermint provides outstanding gall bladder and intestinal support for soothing relief of occasional gas, bloating, cramping, and other discomforts.*
|Proprietary Complex||400 mg||**|
Boswellia (Boswellia serrata) Gum Resin Extract (BosPure®) standardized to contain ≥ 70% Total Organic and Boswellic Acids with AKBA ≥ 10%, with < 5% beta-boswellic acids, Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) Fruit Oil CO2 Extract, Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) Seed Oil CO2 Extract, Caraway (Carum carvi) Seed Oil CO2 Extract, Peppermint (Mentha x piperita) Leaf Oil CO2 Extract
** Daily Value (DV) not established
If pregnant or nursing, consult a healthcare practitioner before using.
BosPure® is a registered trademark of Dolcas-Biotech, LLC.
I see that coriander, fennel, caraway seed, and peppermint are “supercritical" extracts. What does “supercritical” mean?
When the most active and beneficial compounds of a plant have been identified and isolated for use in a dietary supplement or food, that product is called an “extract.” There are a number of different ways to remove these desirable compounds from the plant. Water and alcohol are two of the most well-known and commonly used materials (technically known as “solvents”). In fact, a tea bag in hot water is an example of a water extraction that almost everyone has at some time prepared for themselves. Supercritical CO2, meaning carbon dioxide in a liquid form, is a special type of non-toxic solvent that is particularly good for extracting essential oils without damaging them or causing them to become rancid through oxidation. Supercritical CO2 extract is the preferred method for obtaining a full spectrum essential oil extract, discarding the non-essential fibrous plant material. This process is a cold extraction that uses no heat. Supercritical CO2 yields a very pure extract, with no heavy metals or potential for bacterial growth. Because it evaporates completely there is also no concern about contamination or residue left in the extracted materials.
What makes BosPure® Boswellia different from other boswellia supplements?
Boswellia has a number of beneficial compounds, AKBA (acetyl-11-keto-B-boswellic acid) being one of them. In fact, it supports pathways in the body that even other strong botanicals can’t match. However, unstandardized boswellia can also contain beta-boswellic acid, which is not associated with healthy support of digestion. BosPure uses a unique process that ensures at least 10% AKBA, and virtually no beta-boswellic acid, so you get the benefits you need – and none of the compounds you don’t want.
Is your boswellia sustainably sourced?
Yes. The boswellia we use is grown traditionally in India and harvested under the oversight of the Department of Forestry, which carefully controls harvest frequency and other issues of sustainability. The boswellia family contains over 20 species, and each species may be subject to different sustainability concerns. We only use Boswellia serrata that is sustainably harvested and therefore does not contribute to the problems facing other species of boswellia.