Harpagophytum - medicinal plant antirheumatic and antiinflammatory

The root of Harpagophytum (devil's claw, harpago) is an example of the efficacy of some exotic plants, which were discovered some years ago, thanks to the thorough study undertaken by teams of scientific researchers.

The root of Harpagophytum (devil's claw, harpago) was discovered by accident in 1904 in South Africa, in the territory occupied by the Hottentots, where they experienced healings of incurable diseases, incurable by doctors, by the application of the root by people of that tribe, who had been using regularly.

As a result, in 1962 began studies at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Warbung (Germany) from Harpagophytum; scientific research that led to the isolation of an active principle, in which the action was checked by Dr. antirheumatic Zorn, and power-inflammatory, analgesic, antispasmodic and anti-arthritic by Elchner teachers and Koch. You were found to have no side effects or contraindications.

Currently, the use of Harpagophytum (devil's claw, harpago) is proving very successful in countries where more and more diet products are used in natural medicine, and its use has spread to Europe and America.

Indications of Harpagophytum
The Harpagophytum is recommended for all types of rheumatic diseases, in cases where internal detoxification is required, as are the problems of cholesterol, urea or uric acid, and functional problems of type hepatic, biliary and renal. Also can be used to combat atherosclerosis.
According to studies conducted in this herb treatment must not be interrupted, since its success depends on continuous and prolonged administration of this plant.

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