Cat’s Claw

Cat’s Claw

Cat’s claw has been used for different kinds of digestive system disorders, this includes swelling and pain (inflammation) of the large intestines, the lower bowel, the stomach lining and leaky bowel syndromes. Cat’s claw has chemicals that can help stimulate the immune system and fight off viruses. Inflammation will fade with this substance.

 

Echinacea, Goldenseal, Pau d’ Arco, Red Clover, Yucca

Echinacea, Goldenseal, Pau d’ Arco, Red Clover, Yucca

Echinacea, Goldenseal, Pau d’ Arco, Red Clover, and Yucca can all help ease you of your inflammation. Let’s look at a brief description of each:

  • Echinacea: Echinacea is a North American cornflower. It’s commonly used in herbal medicine, largely for its antibiotic and wound-healing characteristics
  • Goldenseal: Goldenseal is a woodland plant belonging to the buttercup family and is also used for treating the common cold and other upper respiratory tract infections, including stuffy nose and hay fever. Others use this for digestive disorders such as stomach pain and gastritis.
  • Pau d’ Arco: Pau d’ Arco is a tree with an extremely hard wood and is used to make medicine; the bark can also be used for the same reason. Aside from curing inflammation, Pau d’ Arco is also used for diabetes, ulcers, asthma, joint pains and wounds.
  • Red Clover: Red clover is a plant and its flower tops are often used to make medicine. It’s used for a myriad of conditions; however, so far, there isn’t enough scientific evidence to identify whether it’s effective for any of them. But, it’s been said that red clover has worked for curing inflammation.
  • Yucca: Yucca has been used as a food source and has been utilized to make daily necessities. However, it’s also been used as a remedy for a couple of health conditions, an example of which is for inflammation. It’s mainly because of the fiber, antioxidant and saponin properties it has that it can combat inflammation.

 

Cat’s Claw – Cancer

Cat’s claw is commonly used in treating conditions like inflammation, dysentery, fevers, stomach ulcers and even arthritis. According to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, cat’s claw has also been used to support the immune system, help prevent pregnancy abortion and promote kidney health. However, the center also states that there’s not enough scientific evidence to validate its effectiveness for any health conditions.

One way to get cat’s claw into your system is by making it into a tea. Here’s what you need to do:

  • Boil up to 10g of root bark in 8 oz. of water for 15 minutes
  • Strain the tea and allow it to cool
  • You may drink the tea up to three times on a daily basis

 

Cat’s Claw – Cancer and Tumor Growth/Malignant Tumors

The top cancer clinics in Mexico specialize in transforming cancer patients into cancer survivors in a couple of weeks by using natural, non-invasive, alternative treatments, one example of which is cat’s claw.

Here are some of the programs in some of the Mexican clinics that cure cancer naturally:

  • Hyperthermia (local and whole body heat)
  • Sonodynamic Therapy
  • Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT)
  • Oxygen Treatments
  • Virotherapy

 

Catnip – Cold Symptoms

Catnip is not just only for cats, it can also be used by humans as well; and it can be found in the Northern Hemisphere. This useful plant can help relieve someone of their cold symptoms and even break a fever, as it promotes sweating. In addition, it also helps stop excessive bleeding and swelling when applied topically rather than being ingested.

Take note, though: catnip can help stimulate uterine contractions, so it should not be consumed by pregnant women.

Author: Serena

Share This Post On