Devil's claw - supportive effect for joints and muscles
Devil 's Claw is traditionally used in traditional herbal medicine for its joint and muscle support .
- promotes joint mobility
- lubricates the joints
- supports the cartilage
Devil's Claw ( Harpagophytum procumbens) is a plant native to the desert regions of Botswana in South Africa.
The above-ground part of the plant, which is remarkable for its hook-like fruit, is only visible for 2 months a year. During the rest of the year, this plant retreats into the soil and lives thanks to the supplies stored in its thick root nodules. It is therefore the latter that contain the active substances of the devil's claw. The main medicinal substance present in the root of the plant is called harpagoside.
Devil 's claw was used in traditional herbal medicine , but is still regularly used for joint problems . Recent studies on the effect of devil's claw have shown that devil's claw can have effects on joint problems. Read more here: http://mens-en-gezondheid.infonu.nl/natuurgeneeswijze/109073-de-geneeskracht-van-duivels claw.html
In short, devil's claw supports many joint problems and offers preventive support to keep your animal's movement poles healthy!
NB! Do not use in pregnant animals and, in the case of horses, do not use in competition.
- 1 to 2 gr/ 20 kg body weight, per day
Devil's claw relieves joint pains, lubricates the joints and supports the cartilage