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    help me out

    Any one used or know anything about cats claw human being claw?.


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    Re: help me out

    Pkease give us the context for this.

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    Re: help me out

    Quote Originally Posted by fizeal View Post
    Any one used or know anything about cats claw human being claw?.

    Cat's claw is used in herbal medicine.

    I have no idea what you mean by your question, however, nor what "human being claw" is!

    More info needed!!


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    According to Yahoo online dictionary claw can means hand.

    Let me try :-

    Does anyone have used or known cat's claw for human hand (kind of disease/infection)before.

    If I guess it right, then visit this website to see how cat's claw can help for medicinal uses:-

    Uncaria tomentosa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Re: help me out

    Quote Originally Posted by cmlg38542006 View Post
    According to Yahoo online dictionary claw can means hand.

    Let me try :-

    Does anyone have used or known cat's claw for human hand (kind of disease/infection)before.

    If I guess it right, then visit this website to see how cat's claw can help for medicinal uses:-

    Uncaria tomentosa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    I'm still not sure whether you're looking for help with English, or almost advertising a product!!!

    On the assumption that you want help with the sentence you originally posted, then you need to say:

    "Has anyone here used cat's claw as a medicine for a hand problem?"

    or

    "Has anyone here treated a hand problem with cat's claw?"


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    I'm still not sure whether you're looking for help with English, or almost advertising a product!!!.....> I tell the O.P. where I find the meaning of claw, how come advertising a product??

    Many responses also quote the source or attach a link, if you think it is wrong, you shall send your comments to the web administrator.

    It is a forum, not a battle field. I write poor English but I'm not the only one who write poor English.

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    Re: help me out

    Quote Originally Posted by cmlg38542006 View Post
    I'm still not sure whether you're looking for help with English, or almost advertising a product!!!.....> I tell the O.P. where I find the meaning of claw, how come advertising a product??

    Many responses also quote the source or attach a link, if you think it is wrong, you shall send your comments to the web administrator.

    It is a forum, not a battle field. I write poor English but I'm not the only one who write poor English.
    Sorry!!! Clearly my English sarcasm didn't come across in writing. I was joking.

    I think we're clear now on the translation of the original sentence. A claw, by the way, is generally only used to describe the "hand" of an animal, although people with severe arthritis or similar, sometimes find that their fingers start to bend uncontrollably, and resemble a claw.

    Apologies again for the misunderstanding!

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    Smile Re: help me out

    In this case, "cat's claw" is an herb used to help arthritic people.

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