Discover the benefits of Cat's Claw

The Cat's Claw is a popular medicinal plant in Peru due to its diuretic, analgesic, antioxidant, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties.

This powerful plant, rich in essential nutrients, takes the form of a shrub vine that grows supported generally on a tree with leaves. Cat's Claw tea can help treat fibroids, infertility, polycystic ovaries, urinary infections, arthritis, tonsillitis, sinusitis and rhinitis. In addition, it will be able to act in the reinforcement of the defences and as a debugger.

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Benefits of Cat's Claw

Benefits of Cat's Claw

Based on historical data, the Incas were the first to know the health benefits of the Cat's Claw observed through the action of its active principles. It will have been from the sharing of knowledge with the Indians that Cat's Claw will have spread as a natural and medicinal alternative to treat inflammatory diseases such as arthritis, gastritis and rheumatism.

The Cat's Claw is recognized in particular for its anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties, effective in the auxiliary treatment against intestinal, digestive, joint, bone and muscular inflammations. The name "Cat's Claw" is due to the appearance of the leaf stalks to the cat's claws, even as its agility to climb trees as if it were a cat.

This nutritional plant of the Rubiaceae family has a low level of toxicity and grows in regions of North and South America. It is recommended to consume Cat's Claw tea during the first 24 hours, preferably in a hot state. Its initial consumption may cause a slight change in the functioning body, causing some side effects such as diarrhea.

Its antioxidant property derives from the high quantity of flavonoids that contribute to blood circulation, strengthening the immune system and regulating blood pressure. It's an excellent option for people suffering from AIDS. In addition, it prevents the onset of degenerative diseases due to its action in the elimination of free radicals that harm the proper functioning of the body.

Cat's Claw tea is recommended for treating herpes simplex and diabetes. It can also act in the absorption of accumulated liquids, promoting body swelling. Therefore, it will be recommended for people suffering from obesity. So, Cat's Claw Slimming? Not. However, it is a natural solution that can help in the weight loss process due to its diuretic action.

Cat's Claw can also act as an energy stimulant, antiviral and body moisturizer due to its strongly nutritional capacity. Cat's Claw may indirectly help pregnancy through its antifungal and antimicrobial action that contribute to the treatment and prevention of uterine inflammation.

You can find Cat's Claw in herbal stores in the form of tea or as a food supplement in capsules.

Side Effects of Cat's Claw

Side Effects of Cat's Claw

The consumption of Cat's Claw tea or capsules should be practiced under medical supervision to prevent the development of effects that could worsen the treatment of certain diseases. As is the case with gastric ulcers. When consumed in large quantities it can have an abortifacient effect. In addition, it may cause symptoms such as constipation, diarrhea and nausea.

According to an experience developed in patients with Parkinson's, the action of Cat's Claw worsened their health status. In certain cancer treatments, this medicinal plant may contribute to the relief of symptoms caused by chemotherapy and radiotherapy. It is contraindicated for pregnant women, infants and children.

How long do the Yellow Uxi and the Cat's Claw take effect? 

Yellow Uxi and Cat's Claw when together are allies for female fertility. Usually, the consumption of this tea is recommended for women who suffer from uterine, vaginal or urinary problems. The consumption of Yellow Uxi and Cat's Claw tea is applied to diseases such as fibroids, uterine cysts, endometriosis, candidiasis, gastritis and menstrual dysregulation due to polycystic ovary syndrome.

With regular consumption of 500 ml of this natural solution, you will be able to obtain effective results after 3 to 4 months of the first intake. This set also helps to strengthen the bone structure.

During the timing of consumption, this tea is recommended to be accompanied by a gynecologist.

How to prepare Cat's Claw tea?

To prepare this tea, you should start by applying a tablespoon of Cat's Claw in 500 ml of cold water in a teapot. Then, boil this natural solution over low heat for 15 minutes. After this, remove it from the heat and let it rest for about 10 minutes. Finally, strain it, and it will be ready to consume without any added sugar or sweetener to enjoy 100% of its benefits.

It is recommended that you take 2 to 3 cups a day. You should consume Cat's Claw tea in the morning only for a month.

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