Devil’s claw is a perennial shrub that is native to Southern Africa. It has lush foliage and red flowers. It is named Devil’s claw because of tiny hooks that cover its fruit. Devil’s claw has branching roots and shoots. Secondary roots (called tubers) grow out of the main roots. It is the roots and tubers that are used to treat certain maladies.
- anti-inflammation, pain and rheumatism.
3. promote assimilation.
4. regulate immunity
- It is used as pharmaceutical raw materials and stuff.
- It is used in beverage for health care.
- It is used as healthy food additive.