Digestive Bitters

Digestive Bitters are an old timey folk remedy to help balance the belly and get the digestive juices flowing in preparation for food. Traditional, wild foods are often bitter by nature and our kinfolk likely ate bitter greens in their foraged foods daily. Today’s standard diets really don’t value the bitter taste because, well…THEY ARE BITTER! Yet studies reveal that using bitters helps with regulating blood sugar, appetite and cravings, increasing bile production, promoting detoxification, while reducing bloating and constipation.

Taking just 5 drops of a bitter tincture 20 minutes before you eat primes your body to receive and assimilate nutrients and balance and tone the digestive system. When digestion is a smooth running machine, everything else wants to be, too, including your inner waste management system!

 

  • Chicory, Chamomile & Lemon Zest in Vodka
  • Rosehips, Chamomile, Lemon Zest, Lavender, Fennel in Brandy

 

***FDA regulations strictly prohibit the use of therapeutic or medical claims in conjunction with the sale of any product not approved by the FDA. These products are not approved by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. As always, if you are pregnant/ breastfeeding, if you are under medical supervision/ taking pharmaceutical treatments of any kind, or if you are using any Mishe Mokwa Medicinal products for children, please, always check first with your trusted healthcare provider for their safety & efficacy before using any oral or topical folk remedies.

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