Devils Claw Tea

$8.95

Devils Claw (Harpagophytum procumbens) also known as grapple plant and wood spider, is native to the South African region and named so due to the unusual claw like appearance of the hooked fruit it produces.

The root of this herb has been used to treat lower back pain for centuries and although little scientific study has been done, it has been found to be more effective than placebo - which is a good start! In fact this herb is mostly known as a 'pain treatment' herb.

Any condition such as arthritis, muscle pain and even gastrointestinal or gout issues which produce inflammation and thus some resulting pain may benefit from drinking this herb. The list is of common uses for this herb is a little too long to include here, so we encourage our readers to do their own research.

From certified organic Australian suppliers

Health Benefits

Mainly known as a 'pain treatment herb', uses include...

  • Can help reduce back pain
  • Reduces inflammation and swelling

Description

Devils Claw (Harpagophytum procumbens) also known as grapple plant and wood spider, is native to the South African region and named so due to the unusual claw like appearance of the hooked fruit it produces.

The root of this herb has been used to treat lower back pain for centuries and although little scientific study has been done, it has been found to be more effective than placebo - which is a good start! In fact this herb is mostly known as a 'pain treatment' herb.

Any condition such as arthritis, muscle pain and even gastrointestinal or gout issues which produce inflammation and thus some resulting pain may benefit from drinking this herb. The list is of common uses for this herb is a little too long to include here, so we encourage our readers to do their own research.

From certified organic Australian suppliers

Health Benefits

Mainly known as a 'pain treatment herb', uses include...

  • Can help reduce back pain
  • Reduces inflammation and swelling
Brewing
  1. Traditionally, 4-5 grams will be used per day.
  2. Steep for 4-5 minutes.
  3. Can be re-steeped up to one time.
Cautionary

This is safe and non toxic in moderate amounts. Excessive use could cause diarrhea, and no studies have been performed to verify its safety during pregnancy.