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Devil’s Claw at Tourism Expo

Devils’s Claw is an indigenous plant used mainly for its healing properties. It has been used traditionally for hundreds of years. Its unique anti-inflammatory ingredients were again highlighted at the Tourism Expo when Barbara Ludwig of Economic and Social (ECOSO) Dynamics exhibited a range of extracts, tablets and teas, derived from Devil’s Claw. These remedies are widely used to support the treatment of joint inflammation, stiffness, arthritis and rheumatism. ECOSO Dynamics trades in raw material of Devils Claw. The company processes the raw form of the plant into a range of derivative supplements for humans but they also manufacture a powder for treating rheumatism in dogs and horses. All products are made of pure plant material consisting of the dried secondary root of the plant. All their products are organic and stocked by most pharmacies and health shops in Windhoek. (Photograph by Hilma Hashange)

Devils’s Claw is an indigenous plant used mainly for its healing properties. It has been used traditionally for hundreds of years. Its unique anti-inflammatory ingredients were again highlighted at the Tourism Expo when Barbara Ludwig of Economic and Social (ECOSO) Dynamics exhibited a range of extracts, tablets and teas, derived from Devil’s Claw. These remedies are widely used to support the treatment of joint inflammation, stiffness, arthritis and rheumatism. ECOSO Dynamics trades in raw material of Devils Claw. The company processes the raw form of the plant into a range of derivative supplements for humans but they also manufacture a powder for treating rheumatism in dogs and horses. All products are made of pure plant material consisting of the dried secondary root of the plant. All their products are organic and stocked by most pharmacies and health shops in Windhoek. (Photograph by Hilma Hashange)

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