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Ingredients & Description
Gentian Bitters Angelica Bitters O 1oz is a pure combination of gentian bitters and the sweet, aromatic angelica bitters. The bittersweet taste of Gentian Bitters Angelica Bitters works to stimulate healthy digestion. It is a safe, all-natural approach to improving digestive health and function. The bitter action of Gentian Bitters Angelica Bitters begins working at the tongue and then enhances the digestive process by stimulating stomach acids and digestive juices, particularly, hydrochloric acid. Gentian Bitters Angelica Bitters can be especially useful for elderly people and those suffering from gas, bloating, and sluggish digestion.
Gentian Bitters Angelica Bitters should be taken before meals to maximize healthy digestion. It is best mixed with liquids, such as water or tea. Bitters can take some adjustment to get used to the flavor, but the extremely bitter and sweet taste is what so effectively aids in digestion. Patients who suffer from gastritis or ulcers should be cautious about using Gentian Bitters Angelica Bitters. Always consult with your physician before taking any new medication or supplement.
Stimulates digestion All-natural Safe and effective
Ingredients Dried Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) seed, 1:4, 21.9%; Dried certified organic Elecampane (Inula helenium) root, 1:4, 21.9%; Dried Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) root, 1:4, 21.9%; Dried wildcrafted Gentian (Gentiana spp.) root, 1:4, 16.4%; Dried certified organic Angelica (Angelica archangelica) root, 1:4, 16.4%;
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Questions and answers:
Asked on: April 12, 2013
Question: Can I take gentian bitters angelica bitters if i am taking blood pressure pills
A: Though Gentian Bitters are considered to be safe it is recommended that you consult with your physician first before starting since you are taking prescription medication.
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