Cat's claw, finely cut into threads
Uña de Gato (Uncaria Tomentosa, Cat's Claw) from the Peruvian rainforest strengthens in a natural way.
For the famous tea: Uña de Gato, Uncaria Tomentosa, Cat's Claw, is a gift from the Peruvian rainforest. It has been used in Peru for over 2000 years. The inner bark of this up to 300 m long liana plant is on a triumphal procession around the world.
Because it strengthens the body in a natural way
There are 34 varieties of cat's claw in the world.
This one is Uncaria tomentosa from the Liláceas family.
Only when cat's claw is cooked does it release its active ingredients. These flush out harmful foreign substances on their way through the body and neutralize harmful microorganisms.
Add about 6-10 g of Una de Gato per liter to bubbling boiling water. Continue to boil on low heat, covered, for about 10-15 minutes.
Drink 1-2 liters throughout the day.
The finished tea can be stored in the refrigerator for several days, preferably in the Flaska. Do not boil or store in aluminum pots or pots containing tin. Sweeten with erythritol or even better probiotic with yacon syrup.
People with immune system dysfunction, people with organ or skin transplants, children under 3, pregnant and nursing women should not take Cat's Claw. Seek medical advice first. However, trusted medical professionals should be familiar with medicinal herbs and their use.
You can only get the active ingredient of cat's claw by boiling the bark. Raw, the bark has no beneficial effect.
The main active ingredients of Una de Gato are the oxindole alkaloids.
Cat's claw (Uncaria tomentosa) is a liana plant species that belongs to the redbud family. It grows preferentially on moist, shady ground in the natural rainforest, where the plants reach a stem diameter of up to 25 cm and a stem length of up to 100 meters. Other occurrences include South America, Amazon region, Brazil, Peru.
Uncaria Tomentosa has been known and appreciated by the primitive peoples of South America for centuries and is still widely used today. Due to the characteristic cat?s claw shape of the thorns, the plant is called 'Una de Gato' in Spanish vernacular, 'Cat's Claw' in English, and 'Katzenkralle' in German.
We wish you great health and joy of life!