CAT'S CLAW | UNCARIA GUIANENSIS
Cat's claw is an evergreen climbing shrub native to South America. Our cat's claw leaves are wild harvested in the northeast of the Amazon. The species Uncaria Guianensis is specifically found in this part of the Amazon. Other names for the plant are Uña de gato, Paraguayo and Vincaria.
Cat's claw has a long history of traditional use and is used in the treatment of a range of conditions, including inflammation (especially rheumatism), arthritis, urinary tract infections and stomach ulcers. It has also been used as a blood purifier; to cleanse the kidneys; to recover from childbirth or to treat menstrual irregularities; As a treatment for asthma Applied externally, it is used as a washing agent for wounds to promote healing, cleanse the skin of impurities etc. The plant is widely used in modern herbal medicine where it is mainly appreciated for its stimulating effect on the immune system .
BENEFITS OF CAT'S CLAW
- Used for disease prevention.
- Anti-cancer properties.
- Helps recovery from chemotherapy side effects
- Helps with recovery after childbirth.
- Helps with urinary tract infections.
- Helps to heal wounds
- Helps to lower fever
Barium, Calcium, Copper, Ferrum / Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus and Zinc.
HOW TO USE CAT'S CLAW
Cat's claw can be used as a tea. 1 tablespoon of herb to 1 cup of boiling water. Let the herb steep in boiled water for 15-20 minutes.
PLEASE NOTE: See your doctor, herbalist, nutritionist, etc. if you are ill and looking for ways to heal. These herbs do not take the place of a consultation with a professional you trust.
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.