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Atrosan® – Devil’s Claw tablets for muscle and joint pains

Relieves backache, rheumatism and joint pain

Atrosan Devil's Claw
  • Relieves muscle and joint pain
  • For rheumatic pain, backache or lumbago
  • Made from extracts of cultivated Devil’s Claw rather than endangered wild harvested herb
  • Can be used with other medicines

Devil’s claw is the common name of the plant Harpagophytum procumbens. The herb is only found in the wild – and only in the Kalahari desert of Southern Africa and even now, it is a difficult plant to cultivate. The root of Devil’s claw is used in herbal remedies for the treatment of muscle and joint pains, backache and rheumatism.

  60 tablets (in stock) £ 17.65

  30 tablets (in stock) £ 9.99


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