What are aperitives?
The word aperitive is derived from the French word Aperitif, which refers to a drink taken before dinner to accentuate appetite and prepare the palate for the meal's arrival.
Aperitive herbs are a group of herbs that have been used for centuries to stimulate the appetite and aid digestion. By encouraging the release of digestive fluids and enzymes, promoting the flow of bile, and alleviating digestive discomfort, these herbs are renowned for their ability to help the body get ready for a meal. They can be consumed in a variety of forms such as teas, tinctures, or culinary preparations to help boost appetite and promote healthy digestion.
What are the benefits of Aperitive?
Aperitive herbs offer a variety of benefits, including:
- Stimulate appetite
- Improve digestion
- Increase nutrient absorption
- Supports healthy liver function
- Calm the digestive distress