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The Devil's Claw tincture is indicated for those suffering from rheumatism, arthritis, joint and lumbar pain, generalized back and neck pain and for those who want to improve their digestion. Thanks to its active ingredients in fact: 

The Devil's Claw belongs to the Pedaliacee family and is native to the Kalahari desert and was introduced in Europe in 1953.

Its name is due to the animals that, walking on the protrusions of the claw-like roots, injure themselves and start jumping like possessed.

Packaging: 50 ml bottle with dropper pipette. Concentration 1: 5

Product notified to the ministry of health n ° 53502

Take 50 drops 2 or 3 times a day in water, tea or juice. The packaging is sufficient for about 15 days.

If you want to eliminate alcohol, just leave the tincture in the glass for about 20 minutes, then dilute with water and take the solution.
Shake vigorously before use.

Contribution of:

In 150 drops (6 ml)

Devil's claw

488 mg

Deionized water, ethyl alcohol (50% Vol. Hydrate 50 ml - anhydrous 25 ml), devil's claw (Harpagophytum procumbens DC) roots ratio E / D 5/1.


The virtues of the Devil's Claw can be traced back to its active ingredients, the Harpagosides, contained in the roots of the plant.
Their antirheumatic and anti- inflammatory efficacy is comparable to that of synthetic anti-inflammatories, they help to reduce the presence of cortisones used for the treatment of rheumatism.


Product suitable for vegans.
The product does not contain lactose and milk derivatives.

Do not take Devil's Claw while on anticoagulant drug therapy.
Do not use in case of gastric or duodenal ulcer . It is not recommended in the presence of gallstones as it can increase the production of bile.
It is not recommended to take it at the same time as NSAIDs and cortisone drugs.

In case of pregnancy, breastfeeding, particular ailments or taking medications consult your doctor before use.
Keep out of the reach of children under 3 years of age. Do not exceed recommended daily doses. Food supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended dose.

Keep in a cold and dry place. Avoid exposure to localized heat sources and sunlight. The expiry date refers to the product properly stored, in unopened package. 


Barbara Ricciardi. Natural pharmacy .
Roberto Michele Suozzi, Medicinal plants.
Enrica Campanini, Dictionary of Phytotherapy and Medicinal Plants , New Techniques, 2006.
Bruno Brigo, Man, phytotherapy, gemmotherapy a, New Techniques, 2003.


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