Digestive Bitters is a complex combination of different bitter herbs that have profound feelings for your troubled gut. It gives strength to the digestive system and improves the functioning of the stomach and intestines. It is effective for the treatment of flatulence, stomach ache, indigestion, feeling of heaviness in the stomach, loss of appetite, and sour belches. Its distinctive bitter taste makes it compatible to go with your favorite custom craft cocktails too to add a hint of bitterness to an after-dinner drink.
Digestive Bitters is composed of a wide variety of digestive tonics, including dried hawthorn berries, dried dandelion root, dried artichoke leaves, fennel seeds, black pepper, hibiscus flowers, coriander seeds, fresh orange, raw honey, and grain alcohol.
Take half to a full dropper of Digestive Bitters up to 3 times a day, preferably before the meal, in water or tea.
About the Ingredients
Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) is a plant with edible bark, twig, stems, berries, sap, and roots. Its trees can attain an exquisite height of approximately 45 feet with a dense crown, full of long leaves, and clusters of pinkish-white flowers.
Hawthorn berries are in more use. These red berries are known to be incorporated in various medicines to help with oxidative stress, inflammation, cardiovascular disease, digestive tract ailments, anxiety, liver dysfunctioning, and urinary tract infections.
Dandelion (Taraxacum) is derived from the French word ‘dents-de-lion’, meaning the tooth of the lion. It earned this complex name due to its vibrant yellow flowers and serrated leaves that depict lion and teeth, respectively.
From root to fluff, dandelion is bagged with a plethora of medicinal benefits. It is popular for tending to arthritic conditions, liver malfunctions, and gastrointestinal disorders. It is also known to control diabetes, high cholesterol, urinary tract infections, acne, eczema, and cancer proliferation. It serves as a nervine tonic and helps in toning down anxiety-related disorders.
Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) is an edible herbaceous perennial popular for its approximately 30 inches long glaucous green leaves with quite deep lobes. Its edible fleshy buds transform into exquisite purple blooms.
In ancient Egypt and Rome, it was highly praised for its remarkable medicinal benefits, such as for treating asthma, high cholesterol, bile stones, urticaria, different liver disorders, stomach ache, eczema, and fever.
Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) is a flowering hardy perennial that proposes its divine seeds, bulb, and leaves to the world. The dried fennel seeds are used for adding some depth and flavor to the dishes.
Fennel seeds are not only used as a culinary herb. They are packed with nutrients like fiber, vitamin C, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, and manganese, which are good at halting cellular damage. They can also help to regulate gut health, blood sugar levels, heal wounds, develop healthy bones, and enhances metabolism.
Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) is a universal spice that no dish can escape. Its smoky and spicy aura completes the code of the whole cuisine. The small black balls are crushed and reside in shakers as a flavor enhancer.
Black pepper contains piperine that gives it both culinary and medicinal importance. It controls elevated blood sugar levels, improving cholesterol levels, enhancing brain activity, supports respiratory tract health, and promoting a healthy gut.
Hibiscus is a huge genus, composed of several species that are native to tropical, subtropical, and temperate regions of the world. It is famous for its large and vibrant colored flowers that are very much capable of inviting pollinators to the garden.
Hibiscus flowers are rich in antioxidants and important phytochemicals that help tame blood pressure, cholesterol levels, bacterial infections, digestive tract disorders, and even cancer. It also promotes healthy liver functioning and helps with weight loss.
Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) is an annual herb with seeds are insanely popular since ancient times. Its typical earthy note seems to complete the very quintessence of ethnic dishes.
Coriander imparts anticancer, immune-boosting, anti-inflammatory, and neuroprotective properties. It also ameliorates the lipid profile by reducing LDL (bad cholesterol) and triglycerides levels while increasing HDL levels (good cholesterol). This can prevent the onset of heart diseases and improve the existing heart health. Some preclinical studies call it a memory enhancer too.
Orange (Citrus sinensis) grows on hearty trees that can stretch between 32 to 50 feet in height. The orange fruit is high in Vitamin C so it is hailed as one the top-notch immune booster in herbalism.
Orange fruit protects the cells from damage, accelerates wound healing, fights anemia, helps in digestion, sharpens the vision, and reduces the risk of developing an ulcer.
Raw honey is a famous sweet potion that has everyone wrapped around its comb. It is wildly popular due to its remarkable phytochemicals that takedown oxidative stress, sore throat, digestive issues, and much more.