Bottle With Pipette, Tincture, 30 Ml from New Zealand (SKU 3853)
Amarantium works well before meals to help wake up the system as a bitter tonic formula. Bitters are still used extensively in many cultures to strengthen digestion. Most ancient cultures have some sort of bitters in their diet, such as the Greeks and their unripe, sour bitter plums that are eaten before meals. Stimulation of bitter taste receptors results in the secretion of digestive juices, including stomach acid, bile and pancreatic enzymes. This item is reduced as it reaches its BBD on 02/20. It is still safe to use and good quality.Packed in Miron Glass bottles with pipette dropper, containing 30 ml.
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This item is reduced as it reaches its BBD on 01/20. It is still safe to use and good quality.
Amarantium works well before meals to help wake up the system as a bitter tonic formula. Bitters are still used extensively in many cultures to strengthen digestion. Most ancient cultures have some sort of bitters in their diet, such as the Greeks and their unripe, sour bitter plums that are eaten before meals. Stimulation of bitter taste receptors results in the secretion of digestive juices, including stomach acid, bile and pancreatic enzymes.
Taraxacum officinale has been used in herbal medicine to treat infections, bile and liver problems, and as a diuretic. Dandelion is used in herbal medicine as a mild laxative, for increasing appetite, and as a plant bitter for improving digestion.
Melisa officinalis contains chemicals that relax muscles, particularly in the bladder, stomach, and uterus, thereby relieving cramps, gas, and nausea.
Carum carvi leaves, roots, and seeds seem to activate the glands and they increase the functions of the kidneys. Additionally, an infusion prepared from the caraway seeds can help aid digestion, menstrual cramping, and relieve gas.
Angelica archangelica is a warming and invigorating herb that can be used as a remedy for wide variety of diseases and disorders. Because the herb is a bitter, it is primarily used for ailments associated with the digestive system.
Gentiana lutea root has a long history of use as an herbal bitter and is an ingredient of many proprietary medicines. It has been used for hundreds of years for the digestive system. Supposedly, the action of gentian begins when it is absorbed by the membranes of the mouth. Particles in gentian stimulate the taste buds, causing an increase in saliva, gastric juice, and bile secretion.
Artemisia absinthium is an excellent remedy for digestive issues. This is primarily because a bitter flavor on the tongue actually causes the gallbladder to produce and release bile. Contrary to popular belief, it is often too little acid production that leads to most indigestion, not an excess of it. It is also noted as being useful in alleviating fever, expelling parasitic worms like roundworm from the digestive tract, and for its tonic effects.
Centaurium umbellatum is a stomach bitter that is traditionally used to improve indigestion. It helps by increasing the secretion of digestive enzymes and gut motility. These action mediated by the hormone gastrin, enhance the breakdown of food which then helps to relieve symptoms of indigestion such as nausea, flatulence, fullness and gastric discomfort. It can also be used to improve appetite in both children and adults.
Mentha Piperita was used by the ancient Egyptians, one of the most medically-advanced ancient cultures, who cultivated and used peppermint leaves for indigestion. The ancient Romans and Greeks also took peppermint to soothe their stomachs. The plant was used by Europeans in the 18th Century, especially in Western Europe, and gained popularity for stomach ailments and menstrual disorders.
Other names: Bitters
This 10ml Miron bottle is considered to be a starting point to experience this tincture blend before commiting to the larger size (full course) of 30mls or 50mls. It is also handy for travelling when to many large bottles can become heavy and cumbersome.
Generally these tinctures should be taken over a full month to 3 months to benifit completely from the healing properties of the ingredients contained herewith.
Taraxacum officinalis (Dandelion), Melisa officinalis (Lemon Balm), Carum Carvi (Caraway), Angelica archangelica (Angelica), Gentiana lutea (Gentian), Artemisia absinthium (Wormwood), Centaurium umbellatum (Centaury), Mentha piperita (Peppermint). 70% Bio Alc, Purified water
10-15 Drops under the tongue, in hot water or a herbal tea infusion 10-20 mins before meal times.
These tinctures should not be used with other depressants, such as ethanol, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, opiates, kava, or antihistamine drugs.
Do not use if pregnant or breast feading.
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