Devils Claw extract cream natural remedy for back pain, muscles & arthritis Relief 250ml Vegan friendly

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Devil Claw herb extract cream, a backache, Rheumatic or Muscular pain remedy! 250ml pack

Overview Information

Devil’s claw is an herb. The botanical name, Harpagophytum, means “hook plant” in Greek. This plant gets its name from the appearance of its fruit, which is covered with hooks meant to attach onto animals in order to spread the seeds. The roots and tubers of the plant are used to make medicine.

Devil’s claw grows in the Kalahari Desert and Namibian steppes of Southwest Africa. The plant is a weedy perennial whose fruits have small, claw-like protrusions. It has a strong central taproot growing up to 2 m deep, with secondary roots that are used in decoctions and teas. The plant has large and grey-green leaves, and produces pink, red, or purple, trumpet-shaped flowers.

Devil’s Claw Benefits
  • Arthritis. Devil’s Claw has been studied extensively for the pain relief it can provide to sufferers of arthritis and osteoarthritis. …
  • Digestive Health. …
  • Weight Loss. …
  • Wound Healing.

How does it work?

Devil’s claw contains chemicals that might decrease inflammation and swelling and resulting pain.

Ingredients. Aqua,Isopropyl Alcohol,Harpagophytumm umbens Root Extract, Allantoinm,Carbomer,OpyleneGlycol,Parfum,Phenylpropanol,Sothiazolinone,Sodium Hydroxide,Limonene,Alcohol,Cl,14720

Use within 12 months of first opening

( topical application only)

Disclaimer:All content on this site is for reference purposes and is not intended to substitute for advice given by a medical practitioner, pharmacist, or other licensed health-care professional. Discontinue use and consult a doctor if adverse reactions occur.

What is the recommended dosage?

Devil’s claw has been studied for low back pain, muscle pain, and osteoarthritis using daily doses of crude root up to 9 g, 1 to 3 g of extract, or harpagoside 50 to 100 mg.

How to use: Massage the gel into your legs with a gentle but firm action, beginning at your ankles and working your way up the legs.Apply when needed throughout the day


Because of the bitterness of the preparation, which increases stomach secretion, devil’s claw should be avoided in patients with stomach or duodenal ulcers.


Documented adverse effects on the uterus. Avoid use.


None well documented.

Side Effects

Rare, generally consisting of headache, ringing of the ears, or loss of appetite.

Specification: Devils Claw extract cream natural remedy for back pain, muscles & arthritis Relief 250ml Vegan friendly

Weight 1.20 kg

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