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Cats Claw

GB0613_4 2.tifDeep in the Peruvian and Brazilian jungles lives a woody tropical vine that has two thorns at the base of its leaves resembling the claw of a cat. Large pieces of this bark are often found in South American farmer markets. It has long been used to ease wounds, upset stomachs, arthritis, cancer and other medicinal purposes by the native people of the region.

Western doctors have recently started paying attention to the potential healing properties of Cats Claw. Studies have identified certain ingredient in the herb that bolster the immune system and diminishes inflammation.

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