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Rhumatoid Arthritis 

Grapple Plant; Harpagophytum procumbens; Wood Spider 

Rheumatoid arthritis happens when the body's own defense system doesn't work properly. It affects joints, bones, and organs--often the hands and feet. You may feel sick or tired, and you may have a fever.

(Martynia parviflora or Prohoscidea parviflora)-also called the unicorn plant. A coarse, low-growing annual with large, shallowly lobed leaves. All parts of the plant are covered with coarse, sticky hairs. The seedpods turn black at maturity and each is characterized by a long, slightly curved extension of its tip. The plants grows at elevations of 1000 to 5000 feet and ranges from western Texas to southern Nevada.


Rheumatoid Arthritis as related to Devil's Claw