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Devil's Claw

Description

This is a plant from South Africa long valued by the native people to support the inflammatory response, help manage the pain response, and tonify digestion.* The interesting name of the genus means literally “hook plant” which refers to the hook like structures on the seed meant to cling to animals, an adaptation the plant has made to insure it’s proper distribution. The plant was taken to Europe from South…

 

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Products Containing Devil's Claw

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    Curcuma NF-kB: Musculoskeletal*

    With herbs to promote joint mobility*

    This herbal formula combines Turmeric with other herbal extracts to promote healthy joint function.* Quercetin supports a healthy inflammatory response in the joints, while Devil’s Claw promotes joint comfort.* Black Pepper extract is included for increased absorption and bioavailability of curcumins, compounds found in Turmeric known to support a healthy inflammatory response.*

    Herbs:  Black Pepper, Boswellia, Devil's Claw, Ginger Root, Turmeric

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    Curcuma NF-kB: Myalgia*

    Supports a healthy response to occasional pain*

    This herbal formula combines Turmeric with other herbal extracts to support a healthy pain response.* Feverfew, Devil’s Claw and Ginger have each been researched for their role in supporting the body’s reaction to occasional pain.* Black Pepper extract is included for increased absorption and bioavailability of curcumins.*

    Herbs:  Black Pepper, Devil's Claw, Feverfew leaf & flower, Ginger Root Supercritical Extract, Jamaican Dogwood, Rosemary, Turmeric, Wild Lettuce

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