When we first moved to the farm and tilled up an area for a vegetable garden, we had these unidentified vining plants voluntarily growing in the garden. I let them go, curious to see what they would be and they were Devil’s Claw!
Chopped and dried these Devil’s Claw roots are most popular for arthritis relief but also known as a good digestive stimulant.
The seed pods with their long sharp barbed hooks were used for weaving baskets.
Used in tinctures, teas.
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