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|Product Name:||Cat's Claw Extract / Cats Claw Extract||Part Used:||Root|
|Specification:||10:1, 20:1, Customized||Appearance:||Brown Powder|
|Shelf Life:||2 Years||Storage:||Dry Place|
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Prodcut name: Cat's claw extract / Cats claw extract
Latin Name: Ranunculus ternatus Thunb.
Part used: Root
Appearance: Brown Powder
Test Method: TLC
What is Cat's claw extract / Cats claw extract?
Cat's claw may be a more recent natural remedy in North American, but it has a lengthy history in South America dating back to the Inca civilization. It's been used as traditional medicine by indigenous peoples in the Andes to treat inflammation, rheumatism, gastric ulcers, dysentery and even tumors. One of the most impressive effects of cat's claw is its scientifically proven ability to repair DNA.
1. Treats Arthritis
Multiples studies have confirmed using cat's claw to naturally improve both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis symptoms. In a 2001 study, 45 subjects suffering from osteoarthritis of the knee either took 100 milligrams per day of freeze-dried cat's claw or a placebo for four weeks. Researchers found that "pain associated with activity, medical and patient assessment scores were all significantly reduced with benefits occurring within the first week of therapy." Knee pain at rest or at night and knee circumference were not significantly reduced by cat's claw during the short trial, but results led researchers to conclude that cat's claw is an effective treatment for osteoarthritis with no significant side effects.
2. May Fight Cancer
Scientific studies suggest cat's claw may help kill tumor and cancer cells in test tubes. A 2001 in vivo study demonstrated that the bark of cat's claw (Uncaria tomentosa) prevented the growth of human breast cancer cell line MCF7 by having antimutagenic and antiproliferative effects on the cancer cells. (5)
Cat's claw has also demonstrated its ability to fight against leukemia. A 2006 study published in the British Journal of Haematology was the first to investigate the antiproliferative and apoptotic effects of five highly purified oxindole alkaloids of Uncaria tomentosa, including isopteropodine, pteropodine, isomitraphylline, uncarine F and mitraphylline. Four of the five alkaloids inhibited the proliferation of human leukemia cells in the lab, but the researchers found that cat's claw pteropodine and uncarine F both were especially impressive. These alkaloids were most potent in both inhibiting the growth of human leukemia cells from and inducing the cells to undergo programmed cell death or apoptosis. This points toward these specific alkaloids having significant potential to not only stop cancer from continuing to grow, but also killing the cancer cells themselves.
3. Repairs DNA
In vivo studies have shown that water-soluble extracts of cat's claw (C-Med-100) can enhance DNA repair, mitogenic response and leukocyterecovery after chemotherapy-induced DNA damage. Chemotherapy is a common conventional cancer treatment with many negative side effects, including damage to the DNA of healthy cells.
4. Lowers High Blood Pressure
Studies of cat's claw as a treatment for hypertension indicate that it may be helpful in naturally reducing high blood pressure. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, a variety of cat's claw (Uncaria rhynchophylla) has been used to lower blood pressure as well as improve various neurological symptoms. Cat's claw has also been shown to inhibit platelet aggregation and blood clot formation. This means that cat's claw could likely be helpful in warding off heart attacks and strokes by not only decreasing blood pressure and increasing circulation, but by also inhibiting the formation of plaque and blood clots in the arteries, heart and brain.
5. Boosts Immune Function
Both animal and human studies have demonstrated cat claw's powerful immune-boosting abilities. In one animal study, researchers gave subjects a water-soluble extract of cat's claw (Uncaria tomentosa) for eight weeks. They found that this supplementation significantly elevated subjects' infection-fighting white blood cell count. Researchers also observed a repair of DNA, both single and double strand breaks. These two highly impressive findings came with no signs of acute or chronic toxicity in the animal subjects.
6. Improves Digestive Problems like Crohn's Disease
Researchers are looking into the possible benefits of cat's claw for people suffering from Crohn's disease. Crohn's is an inflammatory bowel disease that causes inflammation of the lining of your digestive tract, which can lead to abdominal pain, severe diarrhea, fatigue, weight loss and malnutrition. Cat's claw, specifically Uncaria tomentosa, is believed to be able to help fight the inflammation associated with Crohn's. A dosage of 250 milligrams per day is a recommendation for Crohn's sufferers. If you can naturally calm the inflammation, unwanted Crohn's symptoms should improve greatly.
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|Physical Property Appearance||Brown Powder||Organoleptic||Conforms|
|Mesh Size||95% through 80 mesh size||USP36||Conforms|
Cat's claw extract
|Loss on Drying||≤1.0%||Eur.Ph.6.0[2.2.32]||1.35%|
|Total Plate Count||≤1000cfu/g||USP35<965>||160cfu/g|
|Yeast & Mold||≤100cfu/g||USP35<965>||30cfu/g|
|Shelf Life Package &Storage||24 months under the conditions below, no antioxidant used Standard packed in fiber-drum and two plastic bags inside N.W: 25kgs. I.D. 35 x H51 cm; Store in a cool, dry place away from Moisture, Light, Oxygen.|
|Manufacturer||Xi’an Healthway Biotech Co., Ltd.|
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