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Devil's Claw Drops

Extract of Harpagophyum root

Devil's Claw
  • Made from cultivated Devil's Claw (Harpagophytum procumbens) root
  • Organically grown
  • Botanical food supplement

Alfred Vogel devoted much of his life to the cultivation of herbs known by native people worldwide to have beneficial effects. Working with scientists and local people on a specially created farm in the Kalahari Desert, we have achieved a unique and sustainable organic farming method for Devil’s Claw, a herb notoriously difficult to cultivate.

  100ml (out of stock) £ 17.99

  50ml (in stock) £ 10.50

Product reviews

Devils Claw

Customer rating:

24th September 2019

“Have been using for years.”

Anita Phillips

Response from A.Vogel: Thank you for your many years of custom.

Devil's Claw

Customer rating:

19th June 2019

“Have been using for years”

Anita Phillips

Response from A.Vogel: Thank you for your continued custom, it's very much appreciated.

Devil's Claw

Customer rating:

3rd March 2019

“Have been using for years. Helps with pain control management alongside other products”

Response from A.Vogel: Delighted that Devil's Claw has been helping you for such a long time.

Devil's Claw tincture

Customer rating:

2nd December 2018

“It's the first time I've tried this and it seems like it's helping my constant middle back ache and also hip and leg pain.”

Response from A.Vogel: Sorry to hear that you're in constant pain but delighted to hear that Devil's Claw is helping.

Devil's Claw

Customer rating:

22nd November 2018

“Use this with other products to help control muscular pain. Find it effective.”

Anita Phillips

Response from A.Vogel: Pleased that Devil's Claw is helping control your pains.

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