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Organika Devil's Claw Extract (5% Harpagosides), 125mg, 100 Capsules

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Organika Devil's Claw Extract 125mg Details

  • Supports healthy digestion 
  • Traditional herbal tonic
  • Helps relieve arthritis pain
  • Eases inflammation 
  • Joint health

Organika Devil'S Claw (5% Harpagosides) 125 mg is recommended for osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, muscle injury, joint injury and other inflammatory conditions. Devil’s claw is also used for digestive disorders because it stimulates the contraction of the gallbladder and pancreas. Devils Claw (Harpagophytum procumbens) is a tree native to the southern regions of Africa and gets its name from the hooks which cover it's fruit.

Devil's Claw

Devil’s claw is native to Southern Africa and gets its name from the woody barbed fruit that it bears. It has been used as a tea by the indigenous peoples for digestive and rheumatic complaints. 

Devil’s claw is used for digestive disorders because it stimulates the contraction of the gallbladder and pancreas. Bile, released from the gallbladder, helps the body to digest fats. Pancreatic juices help the body to digest protein and regulate blood sugar. Devil’s claw may be useful for stabilizing diabetes and addressing other digestive concerns.

The most well know use for devil's claw is as an anti-inflammatory and analgesic (pain-relieving) agent. It has been shown to improve joint mobility and reduce the pain and swelling associated with arthritis. Devil’s claw is recommended by natural health practitioners for osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, muscle injury, joint injury and other inflammatory conditions.

Devil’s claw can be used as encapsulated herb, dried herb, tincture or liquid extract. Better quality supplements are standardized which is an assurance that the product contains devil’s claw and has some active properties. In order to help with digestion, bitter herbs must be tasted, like when you take in a tincture or tea. Encapsulated herbs are swallowed, thus bypassing the taste buds, and will not stimulate digestion. Devil’s claw is found as a component of pain relieving and anti-inflammatory formulas.

Devil’s claw contains substances that decrease your blood clotting ability therefore those with active bleeding, or those who use blood thinners, aspirin or NSAIDs should use caution. For the same reason, stop using devil’s claw 2 weeks prior to surgery or dental procedures. Do not use devil’s claw during pregnancy and while nursing. Devil’s claw may alter the effectiveness of some heart medications. Devil’s claw may irritate the gastrointestinal tract, in some individuals, because it causes the release of stomach acid. 

Digestive Health 

The digestive process takes food material, breaks it down into absorbable pieces and transports it into the body. It is a complex process, involving many organs. Digestion begins with the scent of food stimulating the secretion of saliva. When food enters the mouth enzymes in the saliva begin to break it down. Chewing physically breaks down food pieces and stimulates saliva production. The mucus membranes of the mouth can absorb some nutrients. 

Swallowed food travels don the esophagus and into the stomach. The stomach uses muscular contractions to mix the food with digestive enzymes and hydrochloric acid. High acid levels kill germs that may be in the food. Food stays in the stomach longer if it contains more fat and shorter if it contains more sugar.

The small intestine attaches to the stomach. Near it’s beginning, ducts from the liver and pancreas release digestive juices. Nutrients are absorbed through the thin intestinal wall and transported via the bloodstream, to where they are needed. The remainder of the food is pushed through into the large intestine where water is absorbed. The remaining food is compacted and prepared for excretion as stool.

The liver produces bile, which metabolizes fats and proteins. It also takes the toxic material from food substances, like medications, alcohol, and hormones, and processes them to make them harmless. The liver produces factors for blood clotting and the immune system. The gallbladder is a storage area for bile from the liver. The pancreas manufactures enzymes and hormones, like insulin. Insulin allows cells to take in sugar to burn as fuel.

Joint Health

Your cartilage acts as a living shock absorber that cushions and protects your bones from damage during the daily stresses of living, working, and playing. But, unfortunately due to age or even injury, the human body is sometimes unable to regenerate damaged soft tissue fast enough to keep your cartilage, ligaments, and tendons supple and flexible.

The result can be pain and swelling. The pain and swelling we know as arthritis occurs when these supporting tissues degenerate, allowing bone to rub against bone, which as anyone who has osteoarthritis will tell you, causes pain. 

Muscles and joints can become injured whenever the body is in motion. It often occurs when doing strenuous or repetitive activities, like sports or working on an assembly line. Sprains refer to damage to a tendon or ligament. Tendons hold bone and muscle together. Ligaments hold bones together. Sprains cause sharp pain and rapid swelling of the area. Strains refer to overworking a muscle. It causes muscle cramps, localized pain during movement, swelling and loss of mobility. Another joint injury is bursitis, a swelling of the fluid-filled sac inside the joint. It usually causes localized pain on movement of the joint and swelling.

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Suggested Use

Take 3 Organika Devil's Claw Extract 125mg capsules 3 times per day with a glass of water. 

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 3 Capsules
Servings per Container: 33
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value *

Devil's Claw Root Extract (5 % Harpagosides) (Harpogophytum procombens)
In a base of brown rice protein powder.

375 mg   
* Percent daily values are based on a 2000 calorie diet
  † Daily Value not established
Note: Serving Sizes are rounded to the nearest whole serving

Additional Ingredients: Gelatin, Purified Water.

Allergy Information: Contains no dairy, egg, artificial preservatives, colours, yeast, artificial sweeteners, wheat, gluten, or soya.

Warning: Not for use by pregnant or nursing women, or those with gastric or duodenal ulcers. Individuals with gallstones should consult their health care professional prior to use.

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