Are you familiar with cat’s claw? No. Not the claws of a feline, but the plant that goes by this name and grows as a vine. Have you ever heard about it?
Cat’s claw is a medicinal plant that goes by the scientific name of Uncaria tomentosa. Its use comes from the ancient tradition of South American indigenous people. Did you know that?
Cat’s claw has anti-inflammatory properties that boost immunity. With diuretic, antioxidant, immunostimulant, and depurative properties, this plant is used to treat candidiasis, gonorrhea, myomas, polycystic ovaries, bleeding, rhinitis, asthma, and symptoms of cold.
It also regulates blood pressure and periods, boosts the immune system, and cleanses the uterus.
Oh, we recently talked about the benefits of yellow uxi. Have you watched the video yet? If you don’t know about this plant, watch the suggested video.
In that video, we mentioned that it is interesting to associate the consumption of yellow uxi tea with cat’s claw tea, drinking them at different times of the day to potentialize their immunostimulant and anti-inflammatory properties. So, we decided to talk about the benefits of cat’s claw!
Watch the video to learn how to make cat’s claw tea and how to combine both herbs to enhance your health!
It is important to remember that medical follow-up with a gynecologist is necessary to take care of your health.
Pregnant or nursing women must not drink these teas without consulting their doctors. People allergic to the plants or that have any autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis, and people who have ulcers must not drink cat’s claw tea without proper medical advice.
When used in excess, the plant may present a contraceptive effect, and also diarrhea, nausea, and constipation.
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