Do you know cat's claw? Nope. I'm not talking about a feline, but the plant that has this name.
It grows as a woody vine and resembles the claws of a cat. Have you ever heard about it?
Cat's claw is a medicinal plant whose scientific name is Uncaria tomentosa. Its use comes from the ancient tradition of indigenous people from South America. Did you know that?
Cat's claw has medicinal properties that increase immunity and are anti-inflammatory.
The plant has diuretic, antioxidant, immunostimulant, and depurative properties.
Cat's claw is used to treat candidiasis, gonorrhea, myomas, polycystic ovaries, hemorrhages, rhinitis, asthma, and cold symptoms.
It also regulates blood pressure and menstrual periods, improves immunity, and cleanses the uterus.
Oh, we also talked about the benefits of yellow uxi here on the channel. Did you watch it?
In that video, we said that it is interesting to combine yellow uxi tea and cat's claw tea to potentialize their immunostimulant and anti-inflammatory properties, drinking them at different moments of the day.
So, we decided to talk about the benefits of cat's claw here too.
And did you know that the combination of these two teas also helps with infertility?
Watch the video to see how to make cat's claw tea and learn how to use both herbs together to improve women's health!
Pregnant or nursing women should not drink this tea before talking to a doctor.
People allergic to the plant or those with autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis, or ulcers should not drink cat's claw tea without medical orientation.
When consumed in excess, it can cause diarrhea, nausea, constipation, and even have a contraceptive effect.
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