This Herb Can Be a Safer, More Effective Anti-Inflammatory

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March 15, 2015 Updated: March 15, 2015

Chris Kilham, the Medicine Hunter, discusses how the herb cat’s claw can have an anti-inflammatory effect and also benefits immunity. He explains how cat’s claw still isn’t well known because it’s not a prescription and can’t be patented.

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*Image of “Cat’s claw” via John Tann/Flickr

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