5 DEVIL'S CLAW seeds (Harpagophytum...
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Harpagophytum procumbens or Devil's Claw is a perennial herb of the family Pedaliaceae.
Its main root has an important deep vertical development.
It is a tropical plant of Africa with caudex as baobab, desert rose or ponytail palm.
Secondary roots are sometimes huge bulbous tubers, weighing up to 1.5 kg.
Its fruits are garnished with sharp hooks which serve to transport them by the animal's coat.
The Bushmen peoples of southern Africa used devil's claw to relieve rheumatic pains and treat digestive, liver and kidney disorders.
Sowing Harpagophytum procubens seeds:
Sow your Devil's Claw seeds in a small pot of potting soil and sand.
cover the seeds with 2 to 3 mm of sand and then spray with a sprayer.
Place your pot in a warm place at a temperature of 25 to 35 ° C.
Germination of Harpagophytum procubens seeds usually takes 4-5 weeks.
Seed of rare plant, to cultivate for the safeguard of the species.