In 330mg capsules or 400mg tablets.
Harpagophytum, devil's claw or devil's claw, this plant used for centuries is much appreciated in herbal medicine for the nutritional qualities offered by its roots which go deep into the earth to find the nutrients it needs.
What is harpagophytum ?
The harpagophytum (Harpagophytum procumbens by its Latin name) is more commonly called the devil's claw. In recent years, harpagophytum has become a common ingredient in herbal products, particularly in food supplements. Harpagophytum is a perennial herb native to the semi-desert regions of South Africa. Its main root sinks deep into the ground and its secondary roots are large bulbous tubers and they are the ones that are used for food supplements. They may their strength in the earth. Being a wild plant, the question of the survival of the species arises because its exploitation is intensifying.
Capsules dosed at 330 mg of harpagophytum root powder or tablets dosed at 400 mg.
The effects of Harpagophytum have been the subject of relatively good methodological clinical studies. The European Medicines Agency recognizes the use of harpagophytum. The World Health Organization recognizes "as clinically proven the use of harpagophytum". Commission E of the Ministry of Health admits its use in certain disorders. You can find more information about this plant on the vidal.
Usage tips :
Take 1 capsule 3 times a day with a large glass of water during meals as needed. Exists in the form of Harpagophytum herbal tea.
Precautions for use :
. Do not exceed the recommended dose
. Keep out of the reach of young children
. Not recommended for people who suffer from gastroesophageal reflux or stomach ulcer or duodenum . Talk to your doctor if you have gallstones
. Not recommended for people with cardiovascular disease
. This product is a food supplement which should not replace a varied and balanced diet . Should not be used in people under 18 years of age.