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What is the recommended dosage for Devil's Claw?

 

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The following doses have been studied in scientific research:

BY MOUTH:
  • For osteoarthritis: A specific powdered devil’s claw root product (Harpadol, Arkopharm) dosed at 2.6 grams/day. This dose provides a total of 57 mg of harpagoside, one of the active ingredients, and 87 mg of total iridoid glycosides, another active ingredient. Another specific devil’s claw extract (Doloteffin, Ardeypharm) dosed at 2400 mg/day has also been used.
  • For back pain: A specific devil’s claw extract (Doloteffin, Ardeypharm) that provides 50-100 mg of the active ingredient harpagoside daily.

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