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Uncaria tomentosa (Willd. ex Schult.) DC. (Family: Rubiaceae), commonly known as cat's claw, is a tropical medicinal vine originating at the Amazon rainforest and other areas of South and Central America. It has been traditionally used to treat asthma, abscesses, fever, urinary tract infections, viral infections, and wounds and found to be effective as an immune system rejuvenator, antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory agent. U. tomentosa is rich in many phytoconstituents such asdoi:10.3390/app10082668 fatcat:e34viljfxrbrpo66lhd6u7mfea