It has come to my attention today that Frankincense boswellia carterri may have a problem with those on blood thinning medication, and blood cotting factor medication used by those who have a bleeding disorder such as hemophilia and Von Willebrand. We suspect that this effect may be due to the presence of Estragole, also known as Methyl chavicol, in the essential oil. According to Essential oil Safety second edition Robert Tisserand/Rodney Young, p 553, Estragole have an in vitro antiplatelet effect. This effect is compared to diluted aspirin solution. In my original research article I included Frankincense b.caterri findings today. The article is called “Frankincense b. seratta and the anti-platelet aggregation.” in this article I point out the chemical constituent “estragole” has a blood thinning effect and interacts with my son’s blood clotting medication. this was achieved just looking at the chemical breakdown reports of the oil. I notice the one constituent was estragole between all of the Frankincense Boswella oils and then looking estragole up I discovered it inhibits coagulation which is huge issue with someone with Hemophilia So these finding about Boswellia Caterri today is alarming and here is why? Serrata usually contains around 2% of estragole while carterri range between none to 0.15%, as per GC reports and communication with Hubert Marceau, a well know distinguished chemist at PhytoChemia who is very well known for his work with Essential oils and also resins. He says that In this communication included was with Robin Kessler a colleague and friend who is also a Certified Clinical Aromatherapist who specializes in resin medicines agrees that...
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