Una de Gato or Cat’s Claw tea is derived from the interior of the Peruvian Jungles. Cat’s Claw tea has long been a staple of the indigenous Indians for a variety of medicinal healings. If you don’t have the time to fly to Peru, hire an airplane, parachute into the jungle and bag your own bark— you could always go to the health-food store or purchase it on line. According to local legend the herbal tea from the Amazon rainforest has many health benefits- including using the extract to heal wounds. A natural herbalist explained to me that Cat’s Claw tea was an excellent tea to boost the immune system and had some long term benefits for fighting some extra nasty bugs.
Cat’s Claw Tea tastes pretty good in it’s own right or you can mix it with other herbal teas if you desire. Old Folklore suggests if you drink too many cups of Cat’s Claw tea you might start dreaming of goldfish. So like anything else— use moderation.
“Cat’s Claw Bark is a general stamina-enhancing tonic from South America. It enhances immunity, increasing immunoglobin counts and helps protect the cells from damage. This valuable herb regulates normal blood pressure, balances cholesterol, relaxes blood vessel walls and opens up peripheral circulation making it helpful for the skin and joints. A relaxing herb, it balances the heart rate. It supports the health of the digestive tract lining and relieves symptoms of coughs, sneezing and congestion. Cat’s claw benefits PMS, and its diuretic effect balances water in the body.”
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Sit back, pour yourself a cup of Cat’s Claw tea and let nature take it’s course.
Don’t you just hate it when your parachute gets stuck in the trees and you are imbedded in one of the largest rain-forests in the world. I guess It would depend on your perspective and your your survival skills. I already see a river and have plans to build a raft. I just hope these native folks are friendly. Not to worry I brought one dozen Ipods and a few Mp3 players for trade and goodwill. What’s that zinging noise I hear in the trees? I’m out of here. Things could be worse— I at least have a backpack full of Delicious Cat’s Claw tea
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Zentraveler says have a spot of tea ole boy, high tea in the afternoon for the ladies, and why not treat yourself to an elaborate Japanese Tea Ceremony. While we are on teas drink magnums of Herbal Green Teas and work in a few cups of CAT’S CLAW TEA along the way! If you are not careful you will be so healthy you will be transformed into a Jaguar cat.