Cats Claw Bark, c/s

Unicaria tomentosa


Origin: Peru

Common Names: Una de gato, Garbato Casha, Unha de gato

Native to Amazonian jungles, this woody climbing vine was named Cat’s Claw due to its thorn’s resemblance to those of cat’s claws.

Note: Not to used during pregnancy. Consult health care practitioner before use.
The roots and bark are commonly prepared as a tincture, encapsulated, or brewed as an herbal tea.
Not to be used during pregnancy. May interfere with immunosuppressive drugs. Talk to health care practitioner before use.