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Super Harpagophytum is a natural extract of Harpagophytum procumbens, available as devil’s claw capsules.

  • Inhibits pain in the back and joints.
  • An excellent antioxidant that protects against cellular damage caused by excess free radicals.
  • Combats chronic inflammation.
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Super Harpagophytum - Devil's Claw Capsules for Inflammation

Super Harpagophytum is an extract of Harpagophytum in the form of devil’s claw capsules. It is highly standardized in harpagosides, which produce optimal effects for combating joint and back pain. Devil’s claw is also a powerful antioxidant, which contributes to its anti-inflammatory properties.

Devil's Claw Benefits

The specific way in which Super Harpagophytum is collected differs from normal harvesting methods.

It is a highly delicate technique carried out by Bushmen from the Khwe community that protects the main root of the plant from damage, enabling it to regenerate. This method of harvesting Khwe Harpagophytum ensures it’s a product of established and sustainable cultivation.

The three biggest devil’s claw extract benefits include:

The benefits of devil’s claw will endure as long as you continue supplementation. Long-term supplementation with Super Harpagophytum is well-tolerated by most healthy adults. Only pregnant women, nursing mothers, or those taking anticoagulants should consider avoiding this supplement.

Why opt for Supersmart’s harpagophytum procumbens root extract?

While non-steroidal anti-inflammatories are widely used to relieve chronic inflammation and crippling pain in the back and joints, they do have long-term side-effects.

Herbal substances, on the other hand, offer a healthy alternative to those drugs, and Harpagophytum procumbens is one of the most effective options. However, for maximum efficacy, scientifically supported active substances must be taken at high enough doses and extracts must be obtained via a specific extraction process in order to guarantee optimal purity.

Harpagophytum, also known as devil's claw, is a plant found in the desert regions of South Africa where it flowers only one day of the year. Its efficacy comes from its active principles — harpagosides. Taking 1000 mg/day of this extract provides 200 mg of total harpagosides, which is well above what you could obtain naturally, but in line with levels used in clinical studies.

For acute lower back or chronic joint pain, it should be taken until significant improvements are seen.

Super Harpagophytum can also be combined with other supplements available to buy at Supersmart, such as Super Gingerols, Infla Relief Formula, and Super Curcuma, in order to optimize its effects.

Does Devil’s Claw Extract Have Any Side Effects?

Devil’s claw capsules are generally safe to consume by anyone looking to improve their health. However, before starting a harpagophytum procumbens root extract regimen, you should always do your own research to learn about all the advantages and drawbacks.

In most cases, healthy adults will only experience Devil’s claw side effects if they fail to follow the instructions for using this supplement. Side effects from Devil’s claw standardized extract are also more likely if you choose to take more than the recommended serving size.

It’s also highly recommended to talk to your doctor before adding a Devil’s claw supplement to your daily supplement regimen. It’s especially important for anyone with pre-existing medical conditions and who take prescription medications to talk to their doctor before taking a new supplement.

There is plenty of information online related to devil’s claw side effects. Research papers and medical websites are both valuable resources to learn more about harpagophytum procumbens extract.

Some people also choose to consult others when taking a new supplement. If you decide to buy harpagophytum procumbens extract, speaking to others who have already taken devil’s claw extract will help you understand its benefits and whether harpagophytum capsules are suitable for you.

Like any supplement, if you start experiencing any adverse side effects, you should stop taking devil’s claw immediately and contact your doctor. Occasionally, healthy adults will discover that their body reacts negatively to specific supplements and they may be unable to take them.

Take control of your health and stay informed before adding devil’s claw to your diet.

Daily dose: 4 capsules
Number of doses per pack: 30
Amount per dose
Extract of Harpagophytum standardized to 20% harpagosides 1 000 mg
Other ingredients: Acacia gum, rice bran.
Directions for use

How to Take Our Devil’s Claw Supplement

Knowing how to take devil’s claw properly allows you to maximize its benefits.

To get the most out of devil’s claw, take four capsules per day, spread throughout the day. Each capsule contains approximately 200 mg of harpagophytum procumbens extract.

If you can, take devil’s claw with your meals. Devil’s claw benefits are maximized if you take capsules after eating because the presence of food optimizes its absorption. For those with sensitive stomachs, taking supplements with good food reduces the chances of experiencing an upset stomach.

Monitor the effects of devil’s claw after taking them. If you experience any unexpected problems or strange side effects, make note of them and contact your primary care physician. They will be able to determine whether or not devil’s claw is a suitable supplement to incorporate into your diet.

Another way to stave off side effects is to always follow the instructions on the bottle. Never exceed the recommended daily serving size in an effort to gain additional benefits from devil’s claw capsules. Taking more than the recommended amount will only increase the risks of side effects. While devil’s claw is not especially dangerous, unwanted side effects could be unpleasant.

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  1. Chrubasik S. Wirksamkeit pflanzlicher Schmerzmittel am Beispiel des Teufelskrallenwurzelextrakts [Devil's claw extract as an example of the effectiveness of herbal analgesics]. Orthopade. 2004;33(7):804-808. doi:10.1007/s00132-004-0675-7
  2. Peruru R, Usha Rani R, Thatiparthi J, Sampathi S, Dodoala S, Prasad KVSRG. Devil's claw (Harpagophytum procumbens) ameliorates the neurobehavioral changes and neurotoxicity in female rats exposed to arsenic. Heliyon. 2020;6(5):e03921. Published 2020 May 8. doi:10.1016/j.heliyon.2020.e03921
  3. Grant L, McBean DE, Fyfe L, Warnock AM. A review of the biological and potential therapeutic actions of Harpagophytum procumbens. Phytother Res. 2007;21(3):199-209. doi:10.1002/ptr.2029

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