Profile: Uncaria tomentosa is a woody vine that climbs trees with its claw-shaped thorns, reaching heights of up to 100 feet. Cat's claw bark, which grows in tropical areas in Central and South America, has been used in traditional medicinal traditions for thousands of years. Extractions, infusions, and decoctions of the bark are common preparations, such as cat's claw tea.
Details: Cat's claw (una de gato in Spanish) refers to a group of at least 20 plants with sharp curving thorns that are native to the tropical rain forests of South and Central America, with Uncaria tomentosa accounting for the majority of commercial output. For many Brazilian and Peruvian towns, ethically collected cat's claw bark is a vital source of revenue. The Rubiaceae family includes the plant.
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