|Product Name:||Cat Claw Grass Extract||Latin Name:||Uncaria Tomentosa|
|Color:||Yellow||Shelf Life:||2 Years|
|Test Method:||HPLC||Part Used:||Root|
Cat's claw is a plant. Two species of cat's claw, Uncaria tomentosa and Uncaria guianensis, are of primary interest for use as medicine. Uncaria tomentosa is most commonly used in the U.S., and Uncaria guianensis is typically used in Europe. Medicine is made from the root and bark.
|Product Name||Cat's Claw Extract|
|Latin Name||Uncaria Tomentosa|
|Shelf Life||2 years|
1. Improves Memory and Cognitive Performance
Cat’s claw is considered a nootropic as it creates a synergy in the brain that reduces inflammation, promotes antioxidant activity, and corrects damage caused by free radicals.
Together, these processes can lower the incidence of depression while bolstering focus, cognition, and information processing.
Various clinical trials on cat’s claw extracts and the brain show it to cause an inhibition of beta-amyloid plaque formation. It dissolves these plaques that would otherwise affect memory.
2. Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory (Neuroprotection)
Cat’s claw possesses antioxidants and the ability to fight inflammation. The antioxidants work to ward off damage caused by free radicals, while inflammation can cause depression and dementia.
In a neuroprotective capacity, the bark may help reduce the formation of plaques associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
Plus, its ability to repair DNA in the brain makes it a stellar neuroprotective agent.
It can help reduce inflammation in individuals with rheumatoid arthritis pain and stiffness, and these effects extend to the brain and neural network.
3. Boosts The Immune System
Cat’s claw may also stimulate the immune system as part of its health benefits. Animal and human studies seem to validate this, with one study indicating an increase in white blood cell (WBC) count.
White blood cells are part of the body’s immune system, helping the body fight infections and other diseases.
When study participants received 700 mg of cat’s claw daily for two months before being vaccinated for pneumonia, there was an increase in their WBC count.
Another study with animal models investigating how cat’s claw may stimulate the immune system presented similar findings after subjects received cat’s claw extract for six weeks.
Cat’s claw extract can be used to treat a wide range of medical conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis and high blood pressure. It’s also well tolerated with few common side effects, making it a safe addition to any supplement regimen.
Q1. Can I have a sample?
A: Yes, we welcome sample order to test. Mixed samples are acceptable.
Q2. What about the lead time of an order?
A: 3-5 days
Q3. Do you have any MOQ limit?
A: Usually 25kg. If you want to test in advance, 1kg is OK for us.
Q4. What is the typical package of the
A: Two plastic bags inside and paper drum outside.
Q5. What is the shelf life of the product?
A: 2-3 years
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