St. Francis Herb Farm: Canadian Bitters Tincture (50ml)
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- Could possibly work to help prevent nausea (anti-emetic).
- Used in Herbal Medicine to help increase bile flow (cholagogue).
- Possibly effective for flatulent dyspepsia—gas, burping, bloating and indigestion
Designed to enhance secretions of the liver, pancreas, stomach, and small intestine, bitters may provide rich enzyme catalysts, which improve nutrient absorption.
Bitters has also been traditionally used fo cholesterol build-up, hyperlipidaemia, constipation, digestive distress, and sluggish elimination, which is often the result of reduced secretions by the digestive organs and small intestine.
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- Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum, fruit)
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- Black Walnut (Juglans nigra, fruit hull)
- Ginger (Zingiber officinale, rhizomes
Who Could Benefit from this?
If you’re experiencing digestive problems such as gas, bloating, stomach upset, or any kind of dyspepsia.
Canadian Bitters may also provide daily support for your digestive health and overall wellness.
Adults: Take 1-2 mL (30-60 drops), three times daily, in a little water, on an empty stomach. Take 15–60 minutes before meals.
Do not use if you have acute stomach irritation, inflammation, and stomach or duodenal ulcers.
Do not use if you are pregnant.
Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Distilled water, Certified Organic alcohol, Certified Organic vegetable glycerine
Cautions & Warnings
Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen, if you are breastfeeding, or if you have liver or gallbladder diseases, and/or intestinal obstruction.
Do not use if you have acute stomach irritation, inflammation, and stomach or duodenal ulcers. Do not use if you are pregnant.
Known Adverse Reactions:
Some people may experience headaches. Stop use if hypersensitivity/allergy occurs.