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Cat’s Craw (Uncaria tomentosa)

Uncaria tomentosa is a woody vine found in the tropical jungles of South and Central America. It is known as cat's claw or uña de gato in Spanish because of its claw-shaped thorns. The plant root bark is used in herbalism for a variety of ailments, and is sold as a dietary supplement. Uncaria is a liana deriving its name from hook-like thorns that resemble the claws of a cat. U. tomentosa can grow to a length of up to 30m (100 ft), climbing by means of these thorns. The leaves are elliptic with a smooth edge, and grow in opposing pairs. Cat's claw is indigenous to the Amazon rainforest, with its habitat being restricted primarily to the tropical areas of South and Central America. Cat's claw has been used as a traditional medicine in South American countries over centuries for its supposed health benefits, and is a common herbal supplement. The part used medicinally is the bark of the vine or root. Cat's claw is most commonly used for:

Extensive empirical knowledge from ethnological medicine (traditional medicine) was passed on to the following indications:

Treatment Protocol
Uncaria Phyto Extract 10ml (vial)
Normal Dosage:

For very sensitive patients prepare 1 amp Dexamethasone and inject before start directly into the infusion line.

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