Nature’s Way to Living Well With Devil’s Claw
Devil’s claw is known as the grapple plant, and the secondary root of the plant is used to make powder, gel, cream, tea, and tinctures! It is also available as a liquid or in tablets and tea bags. Plus, devil’s claw can even be processed into an essential oil and used as an ointment, paste, or salve depending on its preparation. Some like to use it with bath salt, and in some cultures the root extract or root powder is used in traditional wellness practices.
100% Dried Devil’s Claw
Devil’s claw is native to South Africa and is part of the sesame family. This flowering plant is mainly used for the organic root, especially for capsules. Now, the flower may look like it causes pain because of its hook-like appearance, but don’t worry. Even anti-plant skeptics will be intrigued by this beauty. Nature is a natural reliever of bad first impressions, and the uses of devil’s claw outnumber the kooky design of its pods. This is just one reason it is regarded in many cultures and has been for hundred of years.
Devil’s Claw You Can Trust
Our superior devil’s claw contains the equivalent of 600 mg per capsule and is a non-GMO supplement packaged and lab tested for quality in the USA. Devil’s Claw is manufactured in a GMP certified facility. In addition, this herb is free of common allergens, including gluten, lactose, milk, yeast, wheat, artificial sweetener, artificial flavor, and preservatives.
- Gluten Free, Non-GMO; Concentrated Extract
- It is easier than ever to take Devil’s Claw to improve your overall health and wellness*
- Devil’s claw is enjoyed by people who like Boswellia capsules
- Devil’s claw can be found in many forms, including in lotion and in supplements
- Devil’s claw extract is obtained through its tuberous roots