You’re WRITHING in pain… and SCARED out of your wits.
Having an ulcer isn’t just painful…
It can put you in the crosshairs for cancer!
As if that weren’t bad enough, the drugs the mainstream offers put a target on your back for bone loss…
And even dementia.
That’s about as bad as anything can get.
But you don’t have to SACRIFICE your bones… or LOSE your precious memories…
Because there’s a secret from the Amazon rainforest that’s helped indigenous South Americans BEAT gastric ulcers since the Incan Empire.
And it’s just as effective today as it was in pre-Columbian time.
The cat’s out of the bag
Native to Peru, cat’s claw (Uncaria tomentosa) is a woody vine with curved – or “claw-shaped” -- thorns.
The tribes of the Andes call it “uña de gato”… and they’ve used its bark as medicine since the time of the Incans.
Hence its nickname, the “life-giving vine of Peru.”
Its ability to REVERSE peptic ulcers stems WAY beyond Amazonian folklore…
Because scientific studies have PROVEN how cat’s claw…
- HEALS wounds
- BOOSTS immunity, and
- EXTINGUISHES inflammation by inhibiting TNF-alpha.
Its ability to close up those open sores in your stomach lining means you’re MUCH less likely to experience the DEVASTATION of “leaky gut” syndrome, too.
And if you’re worried about the heightened cancer risk that comes with peptic ulcers… you’ll be relieved to know that cat’s claw has demonstrated anti-cancer and anti-tumor action as well.
That may be in part because of its ability to repair DNA damage… which is a hallmark of the oxidative damage that occurs with a wounded gut
Fortunately, cat’s claw is a potent antioxidant…
And it can BEAT BACK the production of reactive oxygen species that cause oxidative stress.
You can find cat’s claw as a liquid extract, in capsule or tablet form, or as a tea at your local health food store or online.
Another cat’s claw species with therapeutic value is Uncaria guianensis, best-known for its wound-healing abilities.
But Uncaria tomentosa is the best-studied… and most commonly available… species.