A common ingredient in traditional African herbal medicine.
|Botanical Name||Harpagophytum procumbens|
|Ingredients||Devils Claw (slices)|
Devil's claw is native to the grasslands of southern and eastern Africa and has long been used medicinally in these regions. It has been commonly used by African tribes as an ingredient in tonics and ointments.
The name "Devil's Claw" comes from the strange appearance of the fruit of this plant, which appear to be covered in small hooks.
Devil's claw has traditionally been used by African tribes for both pain and digestive complaints.
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