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Disha Jolly



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Digestive bitters simply stimulate bitter receptors in your mouth, tongue, stomach, gallbladder, and pancreas to help stomach acid, bile, and enzymes quickly break down food and assist in the proper absorption of nutrients and minerals. This process may also support normal detoxification processes, and, thanks to the gut-brain connection. Bitters also allow food to remain in the stomach longer, ensuring that it is optimally digested, which helps with occasional gas and bloating while promoting regular bowel movements


Base of Glycerin, Lavender, Chamomile, Gentian, Fennel, Ginger, Orange Peel, Lemon


Usage: Add 4/5 drops to one teaspoon water. You can also add a little honey if required



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This apothecary staple was first marketed in the 1700s as a remedy for common ailments such as digestion irregularities. Throughout the next few centuries, bitters would be used for everything from a stimulant for the troops in the 1800s to a proposed treatment for malaria before making their way to the modern happy hour menu.

Bitter plants & herbs have been used for centuries in Chinese and Ayurveda Medicines before a meal to support normal digestion and overall gastrointestinal health. Scientists label bitterness as one of the seven basic tastes. Our body contains tons of receptors (T2RS) for bitter compounds in not only our mouth and tongue, but our stomach, gut, liver, and pancreas.

In her book, The Bitter Prescription, Dr. Jennifer Stagg writes that dietary bitters are packed with bioactive compounds that help regulate appetite, help with weight loss, and reduce sweet cravings. From indigestion to heartburn and inflammation to blood sugar levels, bitters can help control these parameters and aid in beating the bloat and firing up your digestive system.
Some of the ingredients used :
Angelica is a stimulant, which aids in gastrointestinal secretions, absorption, and elimination. It relieves gas and the feeling of fullness.
Gentian is a simple bitter that has been used for over 3,000 years to revitalize the gastrointestinal tract by optimizing levels of stomach acid and digestive enzymes. Gentian is especially helpful for protein and fat digestion.
Dandelion is high in nutrients and is bitter, which stimulates the cascade of digestive secretions. Dandelion also has a significant cleansing effect on the liver by stimulating bile production, which is important for fat digestion.
Known as the “universal medicine,” ginger is warming and carminative, which means it’s great at relieving bloating and gas. Ginger also supports healthy bowel movements.
Burdock is an inflammation shown to have positive effects in people with osteoarthritis. The anti-inflammatory compounds in ginger and turmeric have powerful antioxidant effects to protect the body from autoimmune diseases.
Licorice root is anti-inflammatory and can soothe digestive issues.

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