Devils Claw (60 Vcaps, 400mg): Arthritis and Backache


R 152.00 R 190.00




PRODUCT:  Devil’s Claw 

DESCRIPTION:  60 vegecaps, 400 ml each

BENEFITS:  – for pain relief and inflammation related to arthritis and backache
Devil’s Claw is a well known herbal medicine – it is a first class anti-inflammatory (reduces swelling in joints and injured muscles) and analgesic (relieves pain, specifically in joints), that can also be taken daily as a general tonic to help keep your body healthy.
There is a lot of positive research and many success stories from people using his wonderful herb to help ease the pain associated with arthritis, rheumatism, backache, headaches, sports injuries and similar issues with joints and muscles.

FURTHER INFORMATION:

 

Serving size : 3 capsules
Servings per container : 20 vege-caps
Amount per serving : 400 ml Devil’s Clay tuber milled herbs
Suggested use : Take 3 capsules in the morning, midday and evening
Contains no sugar, starch, yeast, artificial colours or preservatives 

  

Traditional uses
Devil’s Claw has traditionally been used to treat a very wide range of symptoms and illnesses.  These include:  allergies, analgesia, anorexia, antiarrhythmic, antidiabetic, antiphlogistic, antipyretic, appetite stimulant, arteriosclerosis, bitter tonic, blood diseases, boils (topical), childbirth difficulties, choleretic, diuretic, climacteric (change of life) problems, dysmenorrhea, dyspepsia, edema, fever, fibromyalgia, fibrositis, gastrointestinal disorders, headache, heartburn, indigestion, liver and gall bladder tonic, malaria, migraines, myalgia, neuralgia, nicotine poisoning, sedative, skin cancer (topical), skin ulcers (topical), sores (topical), tendonitis, urinary tract infections, vulnerary for skin injuries (topical).

Precautions

Avoid use in patients with gastric or duodenal ulcers.  Use with caution in patients taking anticoagulant or antiplatelet agents.   Discontinue use at least two weeks prior to any surgery or dental procedure.  Use with caution in patients with chilelithiasis due to the stimulant effect on the gall bladder.

Use with caution in patients with diabetes, as Devil’s Claw has been associated with cases of hypoglycemia (anecdotal). 

Use with caution in patients with heart disease, especially in patients with arrhythmias or taking prescribed antiarrhythmic agents.

Use with caution when administered in the long-term (greater than 2-3 months) as its safety and efficacy have not been evaluated in long-term clinical trials.

Use during pregnancy and lactation is not recommended.

Not recommended for children.


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