- Known to botany as Uncaria Tomentosa it is most prevalent in Peru, where it has been used as a tea for centuries
- It can reach to a height of 30m
- Material for further study is available on the Internet for those interested in a deeper understanding of Cat’s Claw uses.
Also in the UK there has been a growing interest in the strong effects of this plant
- Cat’s Claw has been known and studied in Europe since the 1960’s, and a large amount of research and analysis has been carried out
- In 1994 the world health organisation sponsored the first International conference on Cat’s Claw in Geneva, and the special status for the plant in the field of ethnobotany was recognised
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