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Tired of being scared to travel because you might fall sick !! One thing that spoils a holiday is stomach infections. Here is a tincture you can keep in your travel kit which helps not only protect against contaminated food but also help digest new foods your gut might not have encountered before. 

Made from: Oregon Grape Root, Triphala, Olive Leaf Extract, Ginger, Fennel, and Apple Cider Vinegar. 



Apple Cider Vinegar, Oregan Grape root, Triphala, Ginger, Fennel, Olive Leaf


Add a dropper full to ¼ glass of water and consume before each meal



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Apple cider vinegar is part of a centuries-long tradition of using vinegar to extract the beneficial compounds of herbs, roots, and berries. It’s been traditionally used as a powerful digestive aid, but it’s also believed to promote healthy microbial balance, overall healthy weight management (with an overall healthy diet and lifestyle), a healthy pH balance, and more. We use organic, unfiltered apple cider vinegar – which means the yeast and beneficial bacteria are still present. Oregon grape Roots can inhibit the growth of bacteria and viruses, provide Candida support and be helpful against many parasites. It supports a healthy immune system.

Numerous studies show that enenolic acid, a component of oleuropein, the main active compound found in olive leaf, effectively inhibits the growth of viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites. The most current research shows that olive leaf may block viruses by selectively blocking an entire virus-specific system in the infected host. Olive leaf also appears to have the ability to interfere with critical amino acid production for viruses; an ability to contain viral infection and/or spread by inactivating viruses by preventing virus shredding, budding or assembly at the cell membrane; the ability to directly penetrate infected cells and stop viral replication.

Triphala functions as a near panacea for digestive complaints. Taken in larger doses of 3-10 grams per day, Triphala is a laxative, whereas very small amounts (less than 3 grams) can help bind loose stools. Triphala is also useful as a carminative, meaning that it soothes gas and bloating and aids digestion and assimilation (Frawley, 2000). Because traveling has a way of throwing the body’s rhythms off track, a little Triphala is very helpful for keeping digestion and bowel movements regular during travel.

Furthermore, Triphala has been shown to be an effective prebiotic, meaning that it encourages the proliferation of beneficial gut bacteria. In particular, the phytochemical compounds in Triphala, quercetin, and gallic acid, have been shown to promote the growth of Bifidobacteria and Lactobacillus while inhibiting the growth of E. coli and other harmful gut bacteria (Peterson, Denniston, & Chopra, 2017).

Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is another versatile digestive support that doubles as a tasty spice and digestive stimulant. Warming in nature, ginger enhances circulation and assists in timely peristalsis. Fennel has strong antimicrobial effects against food-borne pathogens and may add an additional layer of protection.

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