cat's claw

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cat’s claw

n (bot) uña de gato
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The rear lights are all LED and Jaguar says the three distinct red strips are reminiscent of a cat's claw marks.
It does look impressive with familiar cat's eye headlight clusters, cat's claw rear lights, long swooping bonnet with large grille, integrated roof bars and smart alloy wheels.
Cat's claw is native to tropical Central and South America and has been used for at least 2000 years among many Peruvian tribes.
Special healing plants include Arnica Montana, Creosote bush, Cat's Claw, Aloe Vera, Elderberry, Century Plant/Maguey, Eucalyptus leaves, Mullein flowers, Mexican Thistle, Linden tea, whole Cloves, Porter's Lovage, Rue, Aztec Marigold and Hummingbird Flowers.
| AGE Cymru urge people to get on their dancing shoes and join a charity barn dance with the Cat's Claw Ceilidh Band playing at CMC Sports and Social Club at the University of Wales Hospital in Heath on Saturday, June 8.
Faisal also cautioned that being hit by a cat's claw is as dangerous as being bitten by a dog.
Recently, there was a small, randomized controlled trial (RCT) on the effects of cat's claw (Uncaria tomentosa) on the immune system of women with stage II invasive breast cancer who were undergoing adjuvant chemotherapy.
CAT'S CLAW provides a new Pecan Springs novel revolving around Police Chief Sheila Dawson, who is investigating the death of a computer guru.
scour on drooling grass, swan plant and cat's claw stake their
Herbal medicines that are commonly used to treat OA include vegetable extracts of avocado or soybean unsaponifiables (ASUs), cat's claw, devil's claw, Indian frankincense, ginger, rosehip, turmeric, and willow bark.
South American Botanicals (Bitter Melon, Borojo, Camu Camu, Cat's Claw, Cascara Sagrada, Chia Seed, Maca, Yucca)