Devil's claw (Harpagophytum procumbens) is a plant native to the desert areas of Botswana in southern Africa. There are used for hundreds of years by indigenous tribes for joint pains, liver, kidney, gall and bladder ailments.
The aboveground part of the plant, which is so remarkable thanks to its hook-like fruit, is only visible during 2 months a year. During the rest of the year it retreats back into the ground and survives thanks to the stocks stored in the thick root tubers. It is therefore that the latter contains the active substances of the devil's claw. The main therapeutic substance which is present in the root of the plant is referred to harpagoside.
Devil's claw has been previously used in traditional herbal medicine, but is still regularly applied to joint pain and osteoarthritis. Recent studies on the effects of devil's claw showed that it indeed has pain-relieving effects in osteoarthritis. Also back pain can be avoided and especially pain of osteoarthritis, arthritis, rheumatism,...
The operating forces of devil's claw is not limited to reducing joint pains and rheumatic complaints, but also improves the appetite, stimulates the gastrointestinal, respiratory and other symptoms. This supplement also has an illuminating and anti-inflammatory effect in muscle and tendon inflammation.
This feed supplement is widely used against arthritis and osteoarthritis by its analgesic and anti-inflammatory action. It provides support to the muscles while under heavy load and keeps the joints supple.
Devil's claw has a preventive effect against osteoarthritis because of the cartilage preserving and nurturing effects of harpagoside.
Besides the analgesic effect to joint pain, devil's claw has a blood purifying effect to support your pet internally.
In short, devil's claw helps against many joint problems and provides preventative support to the movement poles of your pet!
Caution! Do not use on pregnant animals and in the case of horses not in competition.
The net weight is 200 g.
Relieves joint pain
Analgesic in osteoarthritis