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Disease Killer - Cat's Claw Extract Powder


Cat's claw is a woody vine that derives its name from the thorns that grow along its vineyard and that resemble a cat's claws. The Ashaninka Indian tribe in central Peru still uses Cat's claw to treat asthma, urinary tract inflammation, arthritis, rheumatism, and bone pain; recover from childbirth, cleanse the kidneys; to heal deep wounds, to control inflammation and healing gastric ulcers and cancer. Cat's claw extract is also traditionally used to treat diabetes, cancer of the urinary tract infections in women, hemorrhages, menstrual irregularity, fevers, gastritis, rheumatism, inflammations and tumors as well as for internal cleaning and balancing the body in general.
The most common use of cat's claw extract powder in modern medicine is as an immune stimulant, as a general tonic to stay healthy and prevent diseases, arthritis and inflammation, intestinal and colon problems, and as a complementary therapy for cancer.
Cat's claw extract is also used for stomach ulcers, eczema and liver disease. Studies have shown that cat's claw extract may be effective in treatment of knee pain, for treating stomach and intestinal disorders (such as Crohn's disease, syndrome leaky bowel, ulcers, gastritis, diverticulitis, and other inflammatory conditions of the stomach and intestines). When the cat's claw is used in conjunction with traditional cancer therapies such as chemotherapy and radiation patients reported a reduction of the side effects of traditional therapies (such as hair loss, weight loss, nausea, secondary infections, and problems of skin). Searches explain that due to which the cat's claw may assist in cellular DNA repair and prevent cells undergo mutation, it can also help prevent the loss of white blood cell and immune cell damage caused by many chemotherapeutic drugs.
Properties documented by scientific studies are: Anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, cell protection, antioxidant, antitumor, antiviral, stimulating the immune system.