Devils Claw, Devil's Claw Root, Garra del Diablo, Grapple Plant, Griffe du Diable, Harpagophyti Radix, Harpagophytum, Harpagophytum procumbens, Harpagophytum zeyheri, Racine de Griffe du Diable, Racine de Windhoek, Teufelskrallenwurzel, Uncaria procumbens, Wood Spider.
arthritis called osteoarthritis.
There isn't enough information to know if devil's claw is effective for the other conditions people use it for, including: upset stomach, loss of appetite, high cholesterol, gout, muscle pain, skin injuries and conditions, and many others.
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