Better Bitters Tincture
Better Bitters, digestive bitters help stimulate the production of your body’s digestive juices. Enabling the body to function efficiently at breaking down food, absorbing nutrients, and eliminating waste.
ginger (fresh), dandelion leaf, dandelion root, fennel seed, cassia cinnamon bark + gluten-free vodka
Ginger (fresh) contains aromatic compounds that increases the production of digestive fluids and enzymes, lowers blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol. It also contains bitter compounds that reduces muscle spasms, increases blood circulation and dilate blood vessels. Ginger is a great herbal source of trace minerals, especially silicon, magnesium and manganese.
Dandelion leaf is loaded with antioxidants, reduces fluid retention, provides potassium, calcium and iron. Dandelion is one of the best liver cleansers; it increases the activity of the liver, the flow of bile into the intestines and increases the activity of the pancreas and the spleen and helps open urinary passages. This highly nutritive leaf is also one of the best blood purifiers and builders available which helps to restore and balance the blood.
Fennel seed is a common remedy for upper digestive problems. It relieves griping, abdominal bloating, trapped gas, reduces food cravings.
Cassia cinnamon bark helps soothe gas, bloating, nausea and indigestion as well as recovery from gastrointestinal infection. Cassia cinnamon also help stimulate circulation and supports blood sugar levels.
Without a healthy digestive system, our bodies cannot properly break down and absorb the food and nutrients we eat on a daily basis. Digestive bitters help stimulate the production of your body’s digestive juices by sending a signal to digestive organs. This starts the digestive process, enabling the body to function efficiently at breaking down food, absorbing nutrients, and eliminating waste.
Chronic stress has a way of wearing down the body. When we suffer from chronic stress, our body’s response is to shut down/delay the digestive process. This can lead to many temporary and long-term health issues including, malabsorption and malnutrition indigestion, gas, bloating, constipation and skin issues like eczema and acne. Bitters also stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system response, allowing us to recover from stress, relax, and digest.
With improved digestion, you’ll likely experience fewer digestive symptoms, improved mood and energy, clearer skin, better immune function and circulation, regular bowel movements and improved nutrient levels.
It’s safe to say, health begins and ends with proper digestion; it is the most important factor in improving your physical and mental health.
Did you know there is more alcohol content in a ripe banana than there is in the average dose of a tincture made with 80 proof vodka (which is 60/20 water/alcohol per drop)?
If you are still concerned, you can simply put your dose into a cup of warm water to evaporate the minuscule amounts of alcohol.
Plants can be powerful allies, when used responsibly.
Although most herbal preparations are safe and effective, it is important to note that there may be potential side effects (allergies) and individual results may vary. Creating a relationship with their vital energy plays a large role in the symbiotic partnership toward healing and physical well-being.
There is no way to know any particular body will react to any substance. When you are taking herbs, you are your own primary care giver and you must be vigilant of your own health. Consult with an herbalist or primary care provider and do your research, so that you can become an knowledgable and compassionate caretake of your own body.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.