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Digest More Tincture

Digest More Tincture

Regular price $38.00 CAD
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A blend of Chinese and Western herbs that have a bitter taste and bitter compounds. Bitterness stimulates gastric fluids, and the release of bile from the liver/gallbladder, and can help with liver detoxification.  This blend is used with difficulty in digesting fats and/or proteins, reduces bloating/gas, and is an appetite stimulant.

Actions: Cholagogue, digestive, carminative, appetite-stimulant

Dosage: 10-15 drops into a small amount of water 10mins before meals, for acute use

Herbs: Gentian root, Dandelion root*, Turmeric*, Elecampane*, Fennel*, Ginger*, Licorice*, Slippery elm* (*organic ingredients, g/f, v)

Ethanol, distilled water 1:4 tincture
60ml size

Cautions: Adult use only, contains ethanol, not to be used at the same time as antacid medications. Not to be used with blood-thinning medications without professional consultation. Take 1-2 hours away from other pharmaceuticals/herbals/supplements and/or consult a medical professional about interactions that may occur.  Not to be used with ulcers, gastritis, emaciation, bile-duct obstruction, or severe diarrhea.

Storage: Keep out of direct sunlight, and store in a cool dark place, expiry is 5-7 years depending on storage and formulation type, the expiry is outlined on the bottle.

Pairing Products:  This item pairs with Rtemisia's other digestion products, 'Relax Digestion' Tea Blend, 'Tame the Flame' Tea Blend, 'Detox' Acetic Infusion

If you have any questions or concerns, we are here to help. Do not hesitate to email us and a Certified Herbalist will get back to you within 2 business days.




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