Cats Claw Contraindications

All herbal products carry the potential for contamination with other herbal products, pesticides,
herbicides, heavy metals and pharmaceuticals. This is particularly concerning with Asian
imports.

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Historical Uses Cats Claw

For over 2000 years, the Ashaninka Peruvian rain forest people have used cat’s claw (U.
tomentosa) as a tonic to ward off disease, a contraceptive and abortifacient, and to treat various
inflammatory diseases including gastric ulcers, diarrhea and GI tumors, gonorrhea, arthritis and
rheumatism, acne, diabetes, diseases of the urinary tract and cancer.

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