Cats Claw Herb as a Potential Remedy for AIDS
Added: 10/01/2006Cats claw herb is a plant growing mainly in the upper Amazon regions of Peru, Ecuador, Columbia and other South American countries. It is a high-climbing woody vine with two curved thorns at the base. The thorns resemble the claws of a cat, that's why the plant is called in such a way. The thorns help the vine to climb up trees in the forest. In botany the plant is called Uncaria which means "hook" and plant extract is used for healing purposes.
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