The boswelia serrate tree is where frankinscense comes from! Reservatol from grapes so will it be in grape juice wine/raisins/sultanas..too? Theyre just grapes but dehydrated..and in wine fermented?
In the same book i've just read about boswellia, i've just read too that the raw materials and building blocks needed to make up collagen involves sulphur..an essential mineral and constitute for collagen and taken in the form of MSM along with vitamin C.
Sulphur is involved for skin renewal and, keeps the bonds pliable and apparently it's a great detoxifier, good for allergies, acne, skin healing and Arthritis too...which you would expect as collegen connective tissue is throughout the body including guts and gums.
MSM includes pain control, tissue building and regulation of inflammation. And a natural anti flammatory thrown into the bargain which could keep the MMPs that break the mesh down in check too allowing for less rapid recyclying and the skin net mesh knit together and repair a wound?
If cells inflate as a result of excess inflammatory fluid MSM improves cell membrane fluidity reducing pressure build up. The author of this book recommends 1000mg - of MSM (methyl sufonyl methane) three times a day and a vitamin C supplement.
Is there any reason why one couldn't take collagen powder and supply the raw material building blocks for it in the form of MSM? The thing is how effective is collagen building if inflammation still persists causing the recycling MMPs to rush in on a short recyling mission to breakdown and dismantle the collagen just laid down?
Also as you mentioned too there are different collagen types for different organs and purposes? If MSM are just the "raw materials" for collagen in general i'm wondering whether this could address collagen loss elsewhere in the body that needs it? Maybe this collegen powder and supplement contains MSM building blocks too!?