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 (in stock) £ 18.65

  50ml (in stock) £ 10.85

Product reviews

Devils Claw

Customer rating:

30th September 2020

“Have been using for many years & it works”

Anita Phillips

Response from A.Vogel: What better feedback than this can we ask for, thank you.

Devils Claw tincture

Customer rating:

19th June 2020

“Good for helping pain relief”

Michael Mc Laughlin

Response from A.Vogel: Pleased to see that Devils Claw has been helping you.

Devils Claw

Customer rating:

28th April 2020

“Have been using for years & it works”

Anita Phillips

Response from A.Vogel: Thank you for your continued custom, we are delighted to have been of help for so long.

Devils Claw

Customer rating:

23rd April 2020

“I have found it to be beneficial and it lives up to its reputation. The advice is sound. You need to persevere for a month or so for it to take effect”

Response from A.Vogel: Great feedback, thank you for giving Devils Claw the time to take effect.

Devils Claw

Customer rating:

16th January 2020

“Use this every day to help blood fly through my muscles.”

Anita Phillips

Response from A.Vogel: Delighted that you are benefitting from this great product.

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