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Gentian is an excellent bitter which, as do all bitters, stimulates the appetite and digestion via a general stimulation of the digestive juices. It helps promote the production of saliva, gastric juices and bile. It is indicated for sluggish digestion, lack of appetite, gastric distress and flatulence.
This aromatic little flower has two specific actions - one upon the gastro-intestinal tract, by relieving irritation, and the other, upon the nervous system, subduing nervous irritability. Indigestion and inflammations such as gastritis are often eased with Chamomile.
Mugwort Artemisia vulgaris fresh leaf
Mugwort is a bitter herb and is valued as a liver stimulant and digestive aid. In combination with other bitters, it can be taken before and after meals to alleviate sluggish digestion, constipation, and gas.
Artichoke Cynara scolymus fresh leaf
The leaf of this plant is protective, regenerative and anti-toxic to the liver.
It stimulates production of bile by the liver, lowers concentrations of fats, cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood. As a bitter it stimulates appetite and enhances good digestion.
The root of this common weed is one of the best herbs for the liver and is used for all liver disorders, digestive upsets, and gall bladder problems. Both the root and leaf of Dandelion provide essential nutrients to the system. Considered a food herb, Dandelion is a rich source of vitamins A and C, iron, calcium and potassium, as well as many other trace minerals.
Ginger is an excellent warming herb that promotes circulation throughout the entire system. It is especially indicated for woman's reproductive problems, digestive disturbances, and for respiratory and bronchial problems.
A stomach and intestinal remedy which relieves flatulence and colic while sti mulating digestion and appetite. It also soothes and settles the intestinal walls.
~Actions and Indications~
This bitter, digestive compound contains bitters that are used to stimulate reduced appetite, for treating allergy distorted digestion, to aid the liver in it's detoxifying work and to increase the flow of bile. Bitter flavor must be tasted to trigger it's stimulating action. This compound helps remedy stagnation, bloating, abdominal distension and excessive gas in the intestinal tract.
Precautions: This compound is not appropriate when stomach (gastric) ulcers are present, as it will stimulate stomach acids.
Take 30 to 60 drops in a little warm water before meals.
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