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What Devil's claw herb Is:

European herbalists became familiar with devil's claw in the 1950s, but this shrublike perennial vine has a long history of use in southern Africa, where it is indigenous. The bitter-tasting roots have been eaten, drunk as both a tea and a tonic, and made into a topical ointment. The plant's large, claw-shaped fruit gives rise to its name.

Native to Africa, Devils' claw takes its name from its large, hooked, claw-like fruit has strong anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties.

Devil's claw extract, benefits, health, effectsDevil's claw benefits

Devil's claw is used to treat arthritis, liver and gallbladder complaints.

Cautions

Devil's claw should not be used in pregnancy or by anyone with a sensible stomach.

 
 
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