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A.Vogel Atrosan Devils Claw 60 Tabs

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A. Vogel Atrosan Devil's Claw - 60 Tablets



Joint Pain?

Muscular Pain?

Rheumatic Pain?



Atrosan Devil’s Claw tablets are a traditional herbal medicinal product used for the relief of backache, rheumatic or muscular pain, and general aches and pains in the muscles and joints, based on traditional use only.


Atrosan Devil’s Claw tablets - made from tubers organically grown in the Kalahari Desert, South Africa


Atrosan Devil’s Claw tablets have been proven to work in research


Atrosan Devil’s Claw tablets - no restrictions on long term use


1 film-coated tablet contains 480 mg of extract (as dry extract) from Devil’s claw root (Harpagophytum procumbens D.C. and/or H. zeyheri L. Decne.) (1.5-3.0:1). Extraction solvent: Ethanol 60% V/V. The other ingredients used for the tablet are lactose, maize starch, microcrystalline cellulose, precipitated silica, colloidal silica and magnesium stearate (vegetable source). The tablet coating contains talc, titanium dioxide, macrogol and hypromellose.


Directions for use:
Adults and the elderly:
Take one tablet twice daily immediately after food. The dose can be increased to two tablets twice daily if relief is not obtained after 3 to 5 days.

Not for use in children or those under 18.
For oral use only. Read leaflet before use.
Do not use if you are allergic to Devil’s claw or any of the other ingredients. This product contains lactose.
Keep out of the reach and sight of children


Frequently Asked Questions


How quickly will Devil’s Claw work?

Devil’s Claw will normally work very quickly. Most people will start to see improvement after a few days but the longer it is taken the more benefit will be seen.


How long can I take it? Are there any contraindications or side effects?  

There is no time limit with Devil’s Claw: it can be taken for as long as it is needed.    There are no known side effects and it can be taken with most prescribed medications.


What type of inflammatory conditions does it help?

It will help with rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, gout, general joint and muscular pain, sprains and strains and sports injuries.


Which will work more quickly, the tablets or the tincture?

The tincture will work more quickly as it is absorbed straight into the system bypassing the digestive system. Tablets need to be broken down, digested, then absorbed.


The tablets are quite big. Can I cut them in half?

It has been found in studies that digestive enzymes in the stomach can destroy certain active ingredients in Devil’s Claw. In order to preserve these active ingredients we have coated the tablets with a special film, which prevents them from being broken down in the stomach. If you cut the tablets you expose the inner ingredients and this will allow them to break down in the stomach, making them less effective.


I cannot take conventional anti-inflammatory medication as they upset my stomach. Can I take Devil’s Claw?

Devil’s Claw tablets do not break down in the stomach so they should be fine for you to take. The tincture is absorbed straight into the system so; again, it is fine to take.


What does 'based on traditional use' mean?

Many herbs have been used for a long period of years to relieve certain conditions, such as Horse Chestnut for varicose veins or Saw palmetto berries for urinary problems in men. This 'traditional use' can now be reflected on the packaging of products that have achieved registration under the Traditional Herbal Medicines Directive. Each claim derives from the documented long term medicinal use of the herb as shown in respected reference sources such as pharmacopoeias, publications by experts in herbal medicine, and EU member state approved lists of herbs and their uses, rather than being based on the results of clinical trials.


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