Cat’s Claw has anti-inflammatory properties most likely due to its antioxidants properties (Gonçalves et al. 2005) and the presence of phenolic compounds such as flavonoids, tannins and diterpenes (Pilarski et al. 2006). Moreover, Ccahuana-Vasquez et al. (2007) found that Uncaria tomentosa extracts exhibit antimicrobial properties in the human oral cavity and additionally have anti mutagenic and antiviral properties (Keplinger et al. 1999)
For about 2000 years many Amazonian tribes, especially the Ashaninkas, have known this species for its healing properties (Keplinger et al. 1999, Williams , 2001).
Cat’s Claw grows as a wild bush in the Amazon basin, as parte of a productive chain, working with Indian communities we process carefully Uncaria tomentosa bark to premium powder to produce our 500mg tablets in the most natural way