Cat’s claw / Uncaria tomentosa (tea) | immunostimulant | cancers | arthritis




Cat’s Claw (Uncaria tomentosa) has immunostimulatory action, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, hepatoprotective and rebalancing the intestinal flora. The tea from this plant is indicated to increase the organic defenses to fight a number of diseases including degenerative diseases, tumor disorders, recurrent infections, as well as digestive problems (peptic and duodenal ulcers), hemorrhoidal and autoimmune diseases such as lupus, and inflammatory rheumatic diseases, such as arthritis.

Presentation: 50g Uncaria tomentosa (tea).

Dosage (unless otherwise stated by the therapist): four tablespoon of tea to one liter of cold water. Boil for 3-15 minutes, over low heat. Let stand and filter. Take three to four cups a day, between meals.