Cat's Claw Bark C/S, Wildcrafted, 1/2 lb.(CCBC-2)
Indiginenous to the Amazonian rainforest and other tropical areas of South America, Cat's Claw Bark is a vine that clings to trees by use of its "claws". The inner bark and root are used medicinally in teas and tinctures.
High in both antiviral and antifungal properties, Cat’s Claw may help to better equip the body to fight sickness and infection. It has also been used to help support the circulatory system and promote healthy kidneys.
Cat's claw is used in tinctures, teas, infusions and more. Some people mix corn silk with cat's claw to help keep the kidneys cleaned out.
Precautions: Avoid use before and during pregnancy.
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All-In-One Parasite Cleansing Tincture Recipe
Give those nasty little creepy crawlies a run for their money with this powerful combination of herbs!
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
- 2 parts Whole Cloves
- 2 parts Black Walnut Hull Powder
- 2 parts Pau D'Arco Bark
- 2 parts Olive Leaf
- 1 part Cats Claw Bark
- 1 part Minced Garlic
- 1 part Oregano Herb
HOW TO MAKE IT...
- Blend together all herbs and store in a tightly-sealed glass jar.
- Follow our Tincture Making Instructions for an incredibly effective all-in-one parasite cleanse.
- To make a larger or smaller amount of Parasite Tincture, use the parts measurements (we used a 1/2 cup measurement for each "part" in this recipe).