... Devil's Claw Secondary Root for lower back pain. I haven't taken it yet. Is there a difference between the extract and root in terms of efficacy around lower back pain? What exactly IS the difference?
Phil; You have one type already and you well be the best judge follow the directions on the bottle and see if you get any relief. here is some information from the facts and comparison. It would be better to go to the top of this page to the search bar and where it say ALL click on that then a list comes down. pick natural Remedies then type in Devil's Claw. and remember to follow any of the directions and let any doctor know you are taking this many of these things can cause problems with other medications. Good luck Chuck1957 here is the copy and paste that I got off the site for you.
Devil's claw is a folk remedy used for an extensive range of diseases, including arthritis and rheumatism. Clinical trials are generally supportive of its use as an anti-inflammatory and analgesic in low back pain and osteoarthritis.
Options for Chronic Pain: A Health Care Professional's Guide
Devil's claw has been studied for low back pain, muscle pain, and osteoarthritis using daily doses of crude tuber up to 9 g, 1 to 3 g of extract, or harpagoside 50 to 100 mg.)))))
- Devil's Claw Information for Consumers
- Devil's Claw Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
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