Devil's claw is the common name of the plant Harpagophytum procumbens. The herb is only found in the wild, but only in the Kalahari desert of Southern Africa and even now, it is a difficult plant to cultivate. The root of Devil's claw is used in herbal remedies for the treatment of muscle and joint pains, backache and rheumatism.
Atrosan® Devil's Claw:
Is a licensed herbal rheumatism product. It is made from extracts of Devil's Claw herb cultivated in the Kalahari without the use of artificial fertilisers, insecticides or fungicides. It can be used for joint pain and to reduce symptoms of back pain or other rheumatism pains in the shoulders and elbows, or for knee and other joint pains.
Benefits and features of Atrosan® Devil's Claw tablets:
- Relieves muscle and joint pain
- For rheumatic pain, backache or lumbago
- Made from extracts of cultivated Devil's Claw rather than endangered wild harvested herb
- Cultivated without the use of artificial fertilisers, insecticides and fungicides
- Can be used with other medicines
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Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place. Do not use if seal under cap is broken or missing.
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