Swedish bitters is made from a classic blend of seventeen different organic herbs grown within the walls of a Georgian kitchen garden. The bitter herbs contained in this tincture help stimulate the flow of the digestive juices and enzymes needed to properly break down food. Taken before a meal, the preparation can help to improve assimilation, and relieve gas and bloating.
The inclusion of herbs such as ginger root, Malabar cardamom, angelica and cinnamon bark make Swedish bitters a warming herbal tonic which can help relieve griping or colicky pains associated with constipation or indigestion. The additional combination of Aloe, Rhubarb root, Senna, Myrrh and Carline thistle make this a potent cleansing and detoxifying remedy, helping to cleanse the system of toxicity, and remove stagnant waste from the bowel. It may be helpful for people who are looking to manage their weight, or are following an anti candida protocol.
This very special preparation is made using fresh (not dried) herbs, which have been gathered at their peak. Once picked, the fresh plant material is immediately macerated in naturally fermented alcohol and stored in glass vessels to avoid contamination from plastics. The plants from which this remedy is manufactured have never been exposed to modern pesticides or herbicides. The soil in which the plants are grown is fertilised by natural leaf mould collected from the properties own woodlands.
This superior quality herbal product is made to a traditional recipe and is certified by the British Soil Association.
Swedish bitters are not suitable for people who have been diagnosed with peptic ulcers, acid reflux, over acidity or chronic diarrhoea. Neither is it suitable for children, or women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Please note that this product contains alcohol and is therefore unsuitable for anyone abstaining for personal or religious beliefs.
If you are unwell, have health concerns or an ongoing illness and are concerned about the suitability of this product, please send an email to email@example.com before you purchase. There can be interactions between herbs, food supplements, certain medicines and even some foods. If you are currently taking any prescribed medication for a current health condition, or are unsure if there may be a risk of interaction with anything else you are taking, please check with your GP before taking this herbal remedy.