Devil’s Claw & Bamboo Cream Gel is the ideal product for relieving muscle and joint problems. The high concentration of Harpagophytum extract, which gives the product a particular color, in synergy with horsetail (Equisetum arvense) and bamboo extracts chosen for their high organic silicon content, with 100% pure essential oils, and tamanu oil rich in polyphenols, develops a strong soothing, calming, and restorative action.
Devil’s Claw & Bamboo Cream Gel is:
- IMMEDIATE RELIEF: Devil's claw, horsetail, bamboo, and aloe vera help relieve muscle and joint problems
- EFFECTIVE: Excellent soothing, calming and restorative action
- RESOLVES: Devil's claw and silicon (found in horsetail and bamboo) help the musculoskeletal system
- Soothing, calming and restorative
- 75 ml
- 9 M
- Does not contain
- Petroleum derivatives, dyes, synthetic perfumes and viscosifiers, PEGs and PPGs, parabens
- Certified COSMOS organic cosmetic
- 2% devil's claw (Harpagophytum procumbens)
- Aloe vera sap (Aloe barbadensis)
- 100% pure, complete and natural essential oils of black pepper (Piper nigrum), rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), and meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria)
- 100% pure sunflower (Helianthus annuus) and tamanu (Calophyllum inophyllum) plant oils
- Glyceric extracts of horsetail (Equisetum arvense) and bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris)
- Glycerine (*) produced from organic raw materials
- Cosmetic allergens (Limonene, Linalool) naturally contained in 100% pure essential oils
- NO Petroleum derivatives, dyes, synthetic perfumes and viscosifiers, PEGs and PPGs, parabens
Apply a light layer of Devil’s Claw & Bamboo Cream Gel to the affected area, and gently massage in. Repeat application as necessary. Applied locally it is quickly absorbed, non-greasy.
Aloe juice* (Aloe barbadensis), devil's claw dry extract* (Harpagophytum procumbens), tamanu oil* (Calophyllum inophyllum), extracts of horsetail* (Equisetum arvense) and bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris), sunflower oil* (Helianthus annuus), 100% pure essential oils of spruce (Picea obovata), black pepper* (Piper nigrum), frankincense (Boswellia serrata), rosemary** (Rosmarinus officinalis) and meadowsweet* (Filipendula ulmaria). Ingredients are sourced from controlled organic* and demeter biodynamic** farms.
Find out more:
Devil's claw extract: The name is due to the shape of its fruit, which look like hooks and resemble the claws of the devil. Its medicinal use originated in southern Africa, and it is now one of the flower emblems of Botswana. In traditional southern African medicine, the devil's claw has been used for centuries to treat various problems, such as:
- Rheumatic diseases
- Joint pain
- Stomach problems
A small curiosity: According to the theory of signatures, which medieval herbalists developed by observing nature, plants in their appearance reveal properties that can be beneficial to humans; if you look closely, doesn't the devil's claw look like a hand suffering from arthritis and pain, seeking help and relief?
Tamanu plant oil: The native Polynesians believed the tamanu tree was a sacred gift from nature, that the gods were hidden in its branches, and from there protected the islanders from sun, heat, humidity and wind. Folk medicine on these islands, uses tamanu oil for cuts, burns, abrasions, irritated skin and sores. It is also used as a massage oil for rheumatism and sciatica. Its use has spread over the centuries; there are records from the early 1900s of tamanu oil even being used to treat leprosy.
Horsetail extract: This is one of the oldest plants in existence. It already existed during the Upper Carboniferous period (around 345 million years ago). It is known by its common name 'horsetail' because its shape resembles that of a horse's tail. As far back as Galen of Pergamons's time in the 2nd Century b.c., horsetail was already being used for its medicinal properties, to stimulate diuresis, on wounds (even serious ones that were having difficulty healing), for serious intestinal problems, and dysentery. It is said that 5000 years ago the Sumerians used horsetail to treat oedema, and battle wounds. It was also used in antiquity to polish wood and metal due to the rough surface of its leaves. It is now known that horsetail is a plant that is very rich in silicon, and as a result is excellent for remineralization.
Bamboo extract: The stem of bamboo has an exceptional mineral content, and its sap is naturally rich in organic silicon, the substance that promotes the production of collagen essential for the balance of skin tissue, tendons and bones.
Black pepper essential oil: The properties of black pepper have been known since antiquity. Pedanius Dioscorides from ancient Greece and Galen of Pergamon recognized its many properties: diuretic, appetite stimulant, digestive and pain-relieving. It is currently used in sports massages for its muscle stimulating action.
Rosemary essential oil: Activates microcirculation and cellular oxygenation. Rubefacient, stimulating and a tonic, it promotes firming of the tissue. Excellent for spinal massages for tired backs.
Meadowsweet essential oil: In folklore the flowers are used for problems related to fluid retention such as limbs and joint oedema, gout, rheumatism…