Cat’s Claw

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This herb isn’t the most common one found in your spice rack, but it does have a number of powerful anti-fungal components that make it a valuable asset in the fight against histoplasmosis. Although this fungal infection often shows no outward symptoms, except for some mild cold or flu-like signs, it is important that you treat it as soon as possible. The root of cat’s claw can be brewed into a unique-tasting tea and consumed 1-2 times per day. This can quickly eliminate the fungal spores in your respiratory tracts and flush them out of your body. Protection Status
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