Cat’s Claw is a versatile herb that grows in the tropical jungles of South and Central America. It is known to contain alkaloids and is often blended with Kratom for a variety of purposes. If you’re looking to purchase it, be very careful not to accidentally get Cat’s Foot. They’re not the same thing, and this is a mistake you don’t want to make.

According to WebMD, this certain type of herb is extremely popular. The online health news publisher stated that it is ranked as the seventh most purchased herb in the U.S. in 1997.  Additionally, it is legal to sell and purchase this product, which is classified as a class 4 herb — meaning there’s not enough evidence to state whether or not it toxic, although it’s generally regarded as safe.

Cat's Claw

For that reason, many Kratom vendors have begun selling it in order to make it easier to purchase this product and Kratom at the same time. So, without further adieu, Here 4  suggestions for where to pick up some for yourself!

1. Major Kratom

The raw botanical version of Cat’s Claw Bark Powder is sold by Major Kratom for a regular price of only $7.99. At the time of this writing, it’s on sale for $5. Each 25g container contains Cat’s Claw that was harvested in Brazil or Peru and packaged in New England. Major Kratom will ship Cat’s Claw Bark Powder to every US state except Louisiana.

2. Serenity Botanicals

Grab yourself 2 ounces of Cat’s Claw Bark Powder from this vendor for $3.99. Looking for 4 ounces instead? That size is available for $6.99. However, Serenity Botanicals requires consumers to be 18-or-older to purchase this product. They also warn that anyone who is allergic to coffee or gardenias should not have any interaction with Cat’s Claw.

3. Heavenly Products

Whether you’re looking for Cat’s Claw, Kratom, books, clothing, or a musical instrument, Heavenly Products has got you covered. This shop sells a little bit of everything, giving it kind of an online flea market vibe. In addition, they frequently have 50 percent off sales for various products. In fact, they even have a Credit Card Fraud Hall of Shame section that brutally drags out the private details of consumers who tried to commit credit card fraud.

4. Meridian Botanicals

You can buy Kratom and its potentiator, Cat’s Claw, from Meridian Botanicals. However, you’ll need to use the appropriate search terms. Searching for it online brings up three related products, ranging from $3 for Cat’s Claw Bark Powder to $7.50 for tincture made from it. You can also find 22 strains of Kratom by searching for Mitra. They sell 28 g of Kratom for $7.

Non-Kratom Vendors that Sell It

Dried Cat's Claw herb on white background
Dried Cat’s Claw Herb.

Cat’s Claw is also sold by a diverse list of vendors that don’t carry Kratom. Depending on what you’re looking for, you may want to check out these options. Mountain Rose Herbs is one of the most popular non-Kratom shops for purchasing it. Here, you’ll find a liquid extract made with it, along with dry extract, powder, and capsules. Small sizes range from $4 to $9.75.