Devil's claw is a native plant of Africa, growing in the southern countries of Namibia and South Africa. It has been used by the people of the Kalahari Desert as a traditional remedy for pain, pregnancy complications, and skin problems for thousands of years. During the twentieth century this medicinal plant was used in Europe to treat heartburn, pain and inflammation, and as a digestive tonic. It is still used today by traditional herbalists. The dried roots have been valuable for curing heartburns, inflammations, and restoring appetite. They are even effective for the people suffering from arthritis. The intake of this root lessens down the fever and reduces pain.
Here are some of the uses: -Hip and knee arthritis -Back pain -Neck pain -Headaches -Poor appetite -Allergies -Upset stomach -Fever -Minor skin sores and ulcers when applied topically