CAT’S CLAW

 

+SCIENTIFIC NAME
Uncaria tomentosa

+COMMERCIAL NAME
Cat’s Claw

+PART USED
Bark

+DESCRIPTION

Cat’s Claw is a large, woody vine that derives its name from hook-like thorns that grow along the vine and resemble the claw of a cat. The Ashaninka Tribe of Peru and many colonists have been using cats claw to treat different diseases.

Oxindole alkaloids found in the bark and roots of cat’s claw have been documented to stimulate the immune system.

Many studies indicate that at least six of these oxindole alkaloids can increase immune function by up 50% when taken in relatively small amounts.

+BENEFITS

Stimulates the immune system, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antimutagenic, antioxidant,antimorous, antiviral, cytostatic, depurative.

+SEASONAL AVAILABILITY

 

 Ene  Feb  Mar
 Abril  May  Jun
 Jul  Ago  Sep
Oct Nov Dic

 

 

 

+PRODUCTION AREAS PERU
Ucayali

+GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION

+PRESENTACIONES

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