Anima Mundi Bitters Tonic Digestive Harmony, Microbiome + Liver Support - 2 fl. OZ.
Healing Jungle Bitters | Digestive Cleanser | Microbiome Health
A potent extraction of bitter leaves, barks and roots for gut health and metabolism. The power of bitter is in its ability to purify the blood, remove stagnation, increase absorption, increase enzymatic power, assist gut flora and boost the microbiome. This formula can help stimulate bile production, enhance a smoother digestion, revitalize liver function by helping to eliminate accumulated toxins.
Ideal for those who feel constantly constipated, have slower metabolism, get bloated easily, have unbalanced cravings, or feel the need for digestive assistance. Bitters are also great to simply maintain healthy digestive function. This formula is a great addition to a cleanse, and for daily supplementation.
+ May relieve gas, bloating and occasional heartburn
+ Can stimulate digestive enzymes for optimized digestion
+ Supports healthy liver and gallbladder function
+ Bitters are traditionally used for daily gentle detox
+ Can help with appetite regulation and cravings
Quassia - In the Amazon rainforest, Quassia, also known as amargo, has been used as a bitter digestive aid for centuries. It is also used across South America as a tribal remedy for debility, digestive problems, fever, liver - gallbladder problems, as a natural insecticide (for plants and humans!) as well popularly used for viral and parasitic diseases like malaria.
Dandelion - Folk healers have long prescribed the root of this cleansing digestive herb for liver and digestive problems.
Milk Thistle - In classic Greek medicine, milk thistle was used to treat liver and gallbladder diseases and to protect the liver against toxins.
Ginger - This root was introduced into Europe during the Roman Empire, and it has held an honored place as one of the herbs for digestion in traditional medicine for a very long time. Chinese herbalists have used ginger root for 2,000 years, and the ancient Greeks prized it as an aid to digestion, mixing powdered ginger into bread.