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Cat's Claw

Cat's Claw
Quantity: 120 count
How To Take: 2 capsules 3 times daily
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There is evidence that Cat’s Claw may be beneficial in the treatment of cancer, arthritis, bursitis, rheumatism, genital herpes and herpes foster, allergies, ulcers, yeast infections, PMS and other female problems, bowel and intestinal disorders. It will also help a variety of bowel and stomach disorders, including Chron’s Disease, leaky bowel syndrome, diverticulitis, hemorrhoids, gastritis, ulcers and parasites.

Cat’s Claw has so many therapeutic applications that it far surpasses such well-known herbs as Pau d’Arco, Echinacea, Golden Seal, Astragulas, Siberian Ginseng, Reishi and Shitake mushrooms, Citrus seed extract, Caprylic acid and Shark Cartilage.

Cat's Claw is an herb that grows wild in the Peruvian Amazon. The native Indians have used this herb for hundreds of years in treating a vast range of health problems including the immune and digestive systems. Starting in the early 1970's and continuing through today, research on this amazing plant is being conducted in many institutions throughout the world. Included in these prestigious institutions are the University of Milan and Naples, Italy; the University of Munich, Germany; the University of Innsbruck, Austria; the Huntington Research Center, England and many other research facilities. The result of this research is that there is evidence that Cat's Claw (Uncaria tomentosa) may be beneficial in the treatment of cancer, arthritis, bursitis, rheumatism, genital herpes and herpes foster, allergies, ulcers, systemic candidiasis, PMS and other female problems, environmental toxin poisoning, many bowel and intestinal disorders, organic depression, etc. Dr. Brent Davis who has been working with Cat's Claw in the United States for a number of years says, "This herb has a remarkable ability to cleanse the entire intestinal tract and help people suffering from a variety of different bowel and stomach disorders, including Crohn's disease, leaky bowel syndrome, diverticulitis, colitis, hemorrhoids, fistulas, gastritis, ulcers, parasites, and intestinal flora imbalance. In its healing ability and benefit to the immune system, Cat's Claw has so many therapeutic applications that it far surpasses such well known herbs as Pau de Arco, Echinacea, Golden Seal, Astragulas and Siberian Ginseng, as well as Reishi and Shitake Mushrooms and other products such as Citrus Seed Extract, Caprylic Acid and Shark Cartilage." In 1988 at the International Congress of Traditional Medicines in Lima, Peru, Cat's Claw was discussed by medical doctors as one of a number of different herbs used to consistently cure cancer and other serious disorders. A Peruvian physician spoke about his and his colleague's successes with Cat's Claw and other herbs in treating 14 types of accurately diagnosed cancer in 700 patients between 1984 and 1988. In an article by Dr. Davis (A New World Class Herb) he talks about Cat's Claw ability to break through severe intestinal derangements that no other available product can touch. Dr. Klaus Keplinger, Austrian scientist, has shown in laboratory testing that Cat's Claw "enhances the ability of the white blood cells and macrophages to attack, engulf and digest harmful micro-organisms, foreign matter and debris." Research conducted at the Shanghai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, shows that one of the alkaloids in Cat's Claw may be useful in the prevention of stroke and reducing the risk of heart attack by lowering blood pressure, increasing circulation, and inhibiting the formation of plague on the arterial walls and the formation of blood clots in the vessels of the brain, heart and arteries. Besides Isoteropodine and other oxindole alkaloids, Italian and Peruvian researchers have isolated other beneficial items inherent in Cat's Claw including several polyphenolds, triterpines, and the plant steroids Betasitosterol, stigmasterol and campesterol. The presence of these additional compounds explains Cat's Claw's properties, its ability to protect cells from damage caused by free radicals and the anti-viral, anti-tumor and anti-inflammatory properties also attributed to this herb. There are two types of Cat's Claw: one is Uncaria tomentosa and another species that grows in the lowlands of the Peruvian rain forest called Uncaria guianensis. Uncaria guianensis has been shown to have some of the same characteristics as Uncaria tomentosa with one major exception. Guianensis does not contain the most important alkaloid, Isopteropodine. This would cause the species to be less effective for the immune system. It is important to know that products being marketed as Cat's Claw can be either Uncaria gruanensis or Uncaria tomentosa. Dr. Brent Davis says, "Uncaria tomentosa is a world class herb which has the power to arrest and reverse deep seated pathology, allowing a more rapid return to health... ". Although we do not have all the details, we have heard of many success stories about people using Cat's Claw. Some have said it was effective in getting rid of sinus and ear infection, getting rid of the flu, success with Crohn's disease, prostatitis, lung cancer, lupus, etc. According to available research, adults should take 4 capsules daily and children (under 12) should take 3 capsules daily as a preventative measure. Therapeutic amounts would be 3 to 6 grams daily. However in some instances 20 grams might be used. Since there has been such extensive research on this amazing plant, we feel Cat's Claw (Uncaria tomentosa) has great potential as a preventative for the serious health problems we face today.

Contains:  Cat's Claw ( Uncaria tomentosa)

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